The New Mexico application deadline is March 17, 2021. If you’re interested in hunting elk, mule deer, bighorn sheep, Barbary sheep, pronghorn, or Oryx this year, it’s time to plan your hunt. All applications must be submitted by the March 17th deadline.
Here’s what you need to know:
How to Apply in New Mexico
Have questions about how the New Mexico draw works? We’re here to help. We make the process quick and easy for our hunters. We have the strategies and insider knowledge to set up your application for the best chances of success. What’s more, the state of New Mexico sets aside a pool of licenses specifically for guided hunters. So by applying with us, you’ll dramatically increase your draw odds!
Want to read more about how the New Mexico draw system works? Click here to read our previous article on that subject.
If you’re ready to get started, please call Jerry directly at 512-865-8990. Or you can contact us online.
Apply for Multiple Species
When we plan your New Mexico big game applications, you can opt to apply for any or all species – elk, deer, antelope, oryx, Barbary sheep and bighorn sheep. New Mexico will charge you for the full cost of the license upfront. Then, all but a processing fee will be refunded if you are unsuccessful.
By applying for more than one species, you can increase your chances of coming to hunt with us this year. Any one of these hunts will be a memorable experience!
Apply for a FREE Guided Bighorn Sheep Hunt
This year, we’re offering applicants a free, fully guided bighorn sheep hunt for applying with LOH Outfitters! Apply with us for a Rocky Mountain or desert big horn sheep tag. If you get lucky and draw the license, we’ll take you on a 10-day guided sheep hunt, valued at $11,749.
To learn more about this incredible opportunity, please visit our Sheep Hunting Page. Or, call Jerry now at 512-865-8990 to get signed up.
What If I Don’t Draw a License?
The results of the big game draw will be released at the end of April. If you don’t draw a license, you still have the option to purchase a landowner tag and hunt with us this year. Landowner tags for elk range from $4,000-$7,500. If you’re interested in this option, please let us know as soon as possible. These tags are very limited in number and always sell out quickly.
First thing’s first, however – let’s submit your application. Securing a tag in the draw will save you thousands on your hunt. Again, the deadline to apply is March 17th!
To get started, please give us a call at 512-865-8990. Or send us a message. We will make sure you have the best application strategy that meets your goals.
We look forward to helping you plan a memorable New Mexico hunt!