Frequently asked questions
How Does the New Mexico Draw Work?
New Mexico has a quota system for their big game draw tags. If you are interested in applying through the 10% outfitter pool, you must first complete one of our contracts, and return. Once we receive the contract back from you, we will then provide you with the outfitter number to attach to your hunt applications.
Many new hunts, and changes have been added for the 2019-2020 season. Be sure and let us know if you have any questions.
DEADLINE IS MARCH 20TH, SO CONTACT US ASAP!
Pricing for Hunts and or Fishing Trips?
WildOutPro Pricing List 2020
Public Land Pricing: Group pricing available upon request. Fully guided = 1 guide to 1 hunter.
Species Semi-Guided (2 days) Fully Guided (5 days) Non-Res Tag fee
Antelope 2000 3500 (3-5 days) 283
Mule Deer 2000 3500 (5 days) 368
Elk 2000 4500 (5 days) 773
Ibex 2000 4500 (5 days) 1623
Barbary Sheep 2000 4000 (5 days) 373
Oryx 2000 3000 (3 days) Range Hunts 1623
Bear All-inclusive 3000 (5 days) Hounds 260
Lion All-inclusive 5500 (5 days) Hounds 290
Bighorn 5500 (5 days) 3173
* Contact Outfitter for group pricing *
Private Landowner Pricing is available and depends on units and Landowner pricing.
Contact us for the latest private landowner pricing on Antelope, Deer, Elk and Oryx
Wade/Float trips are 375 per day per rod on San Juan River quality waters.
Full day float for 2 = 425 Combo float and wade for 1 = 375 for 2 = 425
Drop Camps are an additional 500 per hunt (Outfitter style 14x16 with carpet and cots)
Camp Cooks are an additional 500 per hunt
Videography is an additional 500 per hunt
Horses/Mules/Llama pack animals are an additional 1000 per hunt but pricing varies
*All prices are subject to NM tax and NMG&F license fees (65.00 plus 9.00 stamps).