New Mexico offers excellent opportunities for the physically impaired hunter. You must receive doctor certification, and meet at least one of the following criteria: “Permanent restriction to the use of a wheelchair, a walker, two crutches, severe permanent restriction of movement in both arms, or who has a combination of permanent disabilities which cause comparable substantial functional limitation.” We have hosted physically impaired hunters for many years and have earned a reputation for producing top-quality trophies for our clients. These hunts are on a drawing basis with landowner permits available if unsuccessful in the drawing. All handicap hunts are one hunter per one guide.
This is a three day hunt in early August. It is open statewide, allowing the handicap hunter access to virtually untapped antelope populations. For this reason, we have consistently produced top-end Boone and Crockett antelope for our clients, with 100 percent success rates, and will continue to do so. Rates: $2,500.
This five day hunt occurs during the last week in September in one of New Mexico’s premier units, boasting one of the highest overall success rates in the state. We have typically produced a 90 percent success rate. Rates: $4,500.
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