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Grouse Mesa Outfitters specializes in horseback elk hunting. We operate on private land near Chama located in northern New Mexico's pristine mountains. The property, a 7,000 acre cattle ranch, and the surrounding area host a large population of elk. Currently, the statewide price for a private land bull elk tag is anywhere from 6 to 10 thousand dollars.
Grouse Mesa Outfitters specializes in horseback elk hunting. We operate on private land
near Chama located in northern New Mexico's pristine mountains. The property, a 7,000
acre cattle ranch, and the surrounding area host a large population of elk. Currently, the
statewide price for a private land bull elk tag is anywhere from 6 to 10 thousand dollars.
We will sell our rifle bull tags at the low end of that spectrum. Our services will provide
a quality hunt in a wilderness atmosphere using horses while enjoying the comforts of a
We will pick our clients up at a meeting point and transport them to the cabin for a 5
consecutive day hunt, with 6 nights lodging and meals provided. Each hunt will be
guided with 1 guide for every 2 hunters. We will transport the hunters’ game back to the
cabin via horses and store it in a clean and safe spot for the duration of the hunt. At the
end of the hunt we will transport the hunters and their game back to the meeting spot.
The cabin, base camp, is a large spacious building with a western style bunkroom that
holds up to 12 persons. There is also a smaller private room available.
We have a very capable cook who prepares only the best of meals. Grouse Mesa
Outfitters is for any person looking to experience a quality, highly successful elk hunt on
horseback in the western mountains without the high volume of competition on public
land. We have 2 archery seasons in September and 4 rifle seasons in October. The
number of elk tags is limited so the sooner you book your hunt the better.
All licenses are private land owner vouchers, there is no draw, they are a guaranteed
Archery E/S - $4,500
Rifle Bull 1st Season - $6,000
Rifle Bull 2nd - 4th Season - $5,500
Rifle Cow any Season - $1,500
Additional Persons-$100/per day
Costs Include: 5 day hunt/6 nights lodging
Transportation to and from pick up spot to cabin
Use of horses and tack, readied by guides
Meals- (Breakfast, lunch, dinner)
Retrieval of Game taken, clean storage of meat for
duration of hunt
All tags are landowner licenses.
All landowner licenses are a guarantee!
Rifle Bull 1st Season - $6,000.00
Rifle Bull 2nd - 4th Season - $5,500
Archery E/S - $4,500.00
Rifle Cow - $1,500.00
Additional non-hunter - $100/day
Hurry and book now before the seasons fill up. These rates are subject to change in the
future; You can book now for 2015 through 2019 to lock in todays prices.
We also have an additional bear tag that can be purchased along with the elk tag for
$500. This is an over the counter license and must be purchased before the hunt. With
this tag you can hunt the gut pile after the elk tag is filled or just get lucky and see one
while hunting elk; no special hunts are given for bear only.
A 50% deposit is required to book any hunt. This is non-refundable.
Emergencies may be considered.
The remaining balance is due before September 1st.
License costs and sales tax are not included in your hunt price. Additional non-hunters
will be charged $100.00 per day and $50.00 per day per additional horse.
Hunting Season Details
Rifle First Season
This season is the most desirable of all seasons because it is a rifle season in the Rut. The
elk population still contains many large bulls that were not taken in archery. The success
rate has been very high in the past with over 90 % of hunters filling their tag. During
this season the land owners round up their cattle. The weather for this season is about
the same for second archery season but with a slightly higher chance of snow. More
leaves have fallen creating a blanket of orange and yellow on the hill sides. Most shots
are taken between 100 and 300 yards.
Rifle Second Season
This season is very similar to the first rifle season but with most of the leaves gone and
again the chance of snow is slightly higher. The bulls are waning out of the Rut now but
are still very active and calling is effective. The land owners let down their fence for the
winter during this time. The elk start moving in from public lands because of hunting
pressure, adding to the elk population on the private, creating more shot opportunities.
The success rate has again been above 90 % in the past. Most shots are taken between
100 and 300 yards.
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