Guided New Mexico Elk Hunts
The elk hunts we offer at TG’s Trophy Hunts all take place in New Mexico. To get a tag, you must either be successful in the state draw or you must purchase a landowner tag. When our contracted clients apply through us in the draw, your odds are better. Our guided New Mexico elk hunts take place on public land. Our home is in unit 36. Our number one unit is unit 34. We also guide in unit 37, and in the Gila units; 13, 15, 16a and 16b. We contract with guides all over the state, so if you draw a different unit, we can still provide a great hunt, so contact us and let’s talk!
New Mexico is an amazing state for trophy bull elk. That said, there aren’t 400″ bulls everywhere you go. In some units, a 300″ bull is tremendous. In other units, a 300″ bull is a youngster and should be passed. We’ll give you our honest take on where the best units to apply in New Mexico are. Every year, our hunters kill lots of 320-340″ bulls. We also have several that surpass the 350-380″ mark. We’ve guided numerous governor tag bulls in New Mexico, so rest assured we know where to find big bulls and how to judge and hunt them!
Our New Mexico Elk Hunts
We offer fully guided, public land archery, muzzleloader, and rifle hunts for elk in New Mexico.
Archery Elk Hunts
Our New Mexico archery elk hunts are 7 day hunts with an option to buy up to a total of 10 days.
Muzzleloader Elk Hunts
TG’s Trophy Hunts’ muzzleloader elk hunts are 5 day hunts.
Rifle Elk Hunts
Our rifle elk hunts are 5 day hunts.
Elk Hunts in New Zealand
The other opportunity we offer for elk would be on one of our New Zealand hunts! Although one typically thinks of red stag, tahr, and chamois when he goes to New Zealand, we do have some great elk hunts available too, so please see our New Zealand page for more information and contact us to get started with your hunt of a lifetime!