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2017 UNIT 16 NEW MEXICO BEAR HUNT 
$4,350 USD
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Listing ID: 3081

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NEW MEXICO UNIT 16 BEAR HUNT
FROM A HUNTER'S DOMAIN HIGHLY RECOMMENDED OUTFITTER



Unit 16 hunt Location: 

2 to 5 hrs. from Albuquerque airport 

Accommodations available in Unit 16: 
Hotels, Motels, Cabins, Camper, Wall Tents with cots

Food option for bear hunt in Unit 16: 
Restaurants, Cook, Snacks, Drinks, Bring your own

Hunt Elevation: 
7,800 ft. – 9,500 ft. 

Unit 16 New Mexico Terrain:
High Desert, Pinion, Juniper, Bluffs, Sandstone, Arroyos, Washes, Burns, Waterholes, Steep 

Physicality of hunt: 
5 if hunting waterholes (1 easiest - 10 toughest) 
8-10 if running dogs (1 easiest - 10 toughest) 

Type of Hunt: 
Spot and stalk, Calling, Waterholes, Still hunting, Running with dogs, Time in truck attempting to catch scent 

Weapons: 
Archery/Muzzleloader/Rifle

Unit 16 Bear Seasons: 
August 15th – 31st 
September 25th – November 15th 

Prices of this unforgettable hunt:

Fully Guided 5 Day Hunt w/ or w/o dogs (Includes food/camp) $4350.00
Guide Service 5 Day Hunt (Provide own food/camp) $3,450.00 

Add 8% for fee, 15-20% for tips and $350.00 for State License fee Discounts for 2 or more hunters; Trophy care included 

New Mexico Bears: 
150 lbs. – 450 lbs. 
Up to 6 feet tall and 20” skulls 
Great color phases – blonde, brown, cinnamon, black, mixed colors 

About The Outfitter


Grew up in N.M. and Arizona. Hunting over 30 years. Guiding over 20 years. Live close to units and spend more than ½ the year scouting, hunting, shed hunting, setting trail cameras. Hunting all species gives us extensive knowledge of out of the way spots and waterholes, as well as summer, fall and winter ranges. Cater to each needs of each hunter, from specialized menus, personally selected guides and hunt difficulties depending on age and physicality. Sitting water in August is a great way to hunt New Mexico bears. Predator calling is also effective. For those who want excitement, dog hunts are the way to go but can be very strenuous. Runs can last for hours over uneven, steep, rocky ground. Dogs are from great hunting lines and sometimes tree two to three bears a day. Relationships between the dogs and their owner make for a memorable hunt. Feel free to call and chat anytime with questions. Pictures and references upon request.


For additional information or to purchase this hunt, call:

Jimmy Horton
936-635-0929

  • Listing ID:
  • 3081
  • Price:
  • $4,350 USD
Trip Type: Guided
Trophy Quality Hunt Expectations: Trophy Class Animals
Max # Hunters on Trip: 1
# of Hunting Days: 1
Max # Hunters in Camp: 1
Transportation During Hunt: N/A
Accommodations: N/A
Expected Weather: Cool Weather
Weapons Used: N/A
Weapon Sizes: See State Rules
  Member Since: Mar 12-19:30
  United States
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