New Mexico Antelope Hunts

JFW Ranch Consulting is permitted in the following:

  • NE New Mexico (N. Of I-40) – Late August Hunts
  • SE New Mexico -(S. of I-40) Early October Hunts
  • SW New Mexico- (S of I-40) Early October Units 13, 16, 17
  • Mobility Impaired Hunts- SW, NE, and SE Mid July, Mid August


 JFWRC will offer hunts using the outfitter pool as follows:

1. Minimal Hunting Guide Service– Allows hunters to come to NM and have a guide accompany you in the unit to hunt the species, acquire knowledge of the unit, hunting laws and regulations, and hunting strategy of the unit. This service does meet the requirements set forth in SB 196 and the rules prescribed by the NM Dept of Game and Fish. The statute and rules require a guide to accompany a hunter in the unit where the license is valid for a minimum of 2 days. We will be meeting these requirements by providing TWO FULL DAYS in the field with a licensed guide.The “Minimal Hunting Guide Service” does not include meals and lodging. The service does include trophy care, field meat care,  and pack out as long as it takes place during the actual time contracted.
The fee structure for minimal guide service hunt, if you are successful in the draw, is as follows: $1,500/Single; $1,500/Double or $750 ea.; $1,750/Triple or $584 ea.; $2,000/Quad or $500 ea. **PRICES ARE PER APPLICATION**

2. Full Guide Service (Guided Only)-Includes guide, assistance with pack out, field meat and trophy care. Does not include meals, lodging, or transportation.
  • 3 days guided $ 1850 single/double or $925 each 
3. Fully Outfitted Service- Includes guide, meals, lodging/camp as well as trophy and meat care for 3 days. Prices vary from $2.450 each for 2×1 hunts and $2,950 for 1×1.
  • 7.3125% (subject to change) Gross Receipts Tax will be added.
  • The fees above are not due until you draw your tag.
  • Ask about discounts for youth and active military or wounded warriors.