Guided New Mexico Hunts

Elk and Bear Hunting Outfitter

Northern New Mexico Private Land Hunts

Our Specialty: GUARANTEED TAG Elk Hunts in Northern New Mexico. Our family ranch, Chavez Creek, has been privately owned family land for over 50 years. With elevations from 8,000 to 10,500 feet, it is perfectly situated near the boundaries of Chama Land Company, owned by the Jicarilla Apache Tribe, renown for incredible elk hunting because it is home to the biggest herd in New Mexico. We also provide combo hunts for Bear and Elk at very reasonable rates.

 

All elk and bear hunts are fair chase. For the past season, we have had very impressive success rates with a near 100 percent shot opportunity.

 

Experienced hunting guides are provided at a 1:2 ratio – one guide for every 2 hunters for both archery and rifle elk hunts. Reasonable rates on combo hunts (Bear – Elk)! We are happy to provide references upon request.

PRIME Location for New Mexico Elk Hunting

Northern New Mexico is famous for its beautiful vistas and healthy wildlife populations. Because the Elk herds have been carefully managed for many decades, we now have the largest Elk herd in the state! Game Management Unit 4 is among the best units to hunt elk in New Mexico – and that’s right where we are.

 

Elevations range from 8,000 feet up to nearly 11,000. While it is important to prepare yourself for a challenging hunt, we customize the to meet the needs of each hunter! We do all we can to make sure every hunter can focus on hunting by providing excellent property, comfortable lodging and delicious meals!

Google Map of Chavez Creek Hunting Area

GMU Unit 4 in Northern New Mexico is a hunting paradise! Private land bordering the Jicarilla Apache Tribe land, AKA Chama Land Company. By the way, NO TROPHY FEES!

Chavez Creek Hunting – Blaine Bagwell
719-843-5223

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