NM Antelope Hunts For Sale

Discussion in 'Guns For Sale' started by IChaseCoues, Mar 10, 2006.

  1. IChaseCoues

    IChaseCoues Well-Known Member

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    Hey everyone!
    I lately got the go ahead to advertise these.

    2 (maybe 3) Northeast NM antelope hunts, fully guided, Aug 26-28.
    - $1500 (license fee not included, non resident $285, res. $68)
    - $200 meals and a bed for the hunt

    Have killed a few 15.5+". 100% success rate.
    E-mail me if interested rockbronc@hotmail.com
    Oh I forgot to mention,

    Long Range Friendly Hunts

    Would consider trading one hunt for some 'smith work!
     
  2. IChaseCoues

    IChaseCoues Well-Known Member

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    Bumpity bump bump!!!
     

  3. IChaseCoues

    IChaseCoues Well-Known Member

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    Well, I still have 3 tags available.
    Anyone interested should e-mail the above address
    Oh, the 'smith work has already been completed, so thats off the list now.
     
  4. BLASERMAN

    BLASERMAN Well-Known Member

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    Where can you fly into
     
  5. IChaseCoues

    IChaseCoues Well-Known Member

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    Nearest airports are Amarillo, TX or Albuquerque, NM.
    The ranch is about 170 miles from either one. Kinda in the boonies of northeast NM, but I like it that way.
     
  6. 257speed

    257speed Well-Known Member

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    IChaseCoues????? There aren't any coues in your neck of the woods! /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif
     
  7. IChaseCoues

    IChaseCoues Well-Known Member

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    Nope, thats where the chasing part comes in to play. We drive to southern AZ to try to find them!
    I chase Antelope, Mulies and Yotes around home, but those little Coues get under your skin.
     
  8. BLASERMAN

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    Yep my biggest so far is 94 3/8 's . Miss a 120 nontypical.

    I wish you were closer to a airport.
     
  9. IChaseCoues

    IChaseCoues Well-Known Member

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    My largest Coues so far is around 80". My dad killed one last year that went 95 0/8". Still looking for a 100"+.
    The hunt is a blast and when its over it takes about 2 weeks to recover. Grueling!

    Yep, it is a ways to an airport.
    Pickup and dropoff can be arranged at additional cost though.
    We also have a few PD's to shoot at if time allows.
     
  10. IChaseCoues

    IChaseCoues Well-Known Member

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    btt
     
  11. BLASERMAN

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    I am waiting to see if I draw a Kansas Permit. I 'll know around the 15 of this month.
     
  12. IChaseCoues

    IChaseCoues Well-Known Member

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    Let me know!
    I would be happy to talk it over.
     
  13. jeff 300

    jeff 300 Well-Known Member

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    would you like to trade a three day hog hunt for you and four of your friends in south Texas kill all the hogs you can shoot??????????????? i have been running this hunts for two years and every one this year was a return hunter from last we have a lot of fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  14. IChaseCoues

    IChaseCoues Well-Known Member

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    jeff 300,
    Sorry, not looking to trade for anything this year.
    Got some hunts lined up with the family and don't have enough time off work as it is!
    Thanks for the offer though. Hog huntin sounds like fun.