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    Question for NM hunters

    I'm probably moving to clovis nm in a couple months. I'm seeing that supposedly there are antelope pretty close to clovis and was wondering if there's anyway to get a tag this late in the season. Thanks.


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    My brother is going to be moving down there in Oct.

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    My only guess is possibly landowners' tag.

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    The only chance you will have is a land owner tag. Another option is to cross over into Texas for some. They are all in private land and may be expensive but I would imagine you could still find somewhere there as well.
    Now therefore, please take your weapons, your quiver and your bow, and go out to the field and hunt game for me.
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    Do you bow hunt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doe Nob View Post
    Do you bow hunt?
    Sure do and so does the wife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdcour View Post
    The only chance you will have is a land owner tag. Another option is to cross over into Texas for some. They are all in private land and may be expensive but I would imagine you could still find somewhere there as well.
    Yea I hear u there. I have family land to hunt that's about 3.5 hrs from Clovis. That's going to be my whitetail hunting location. Any advice on getting landowner tags for mulies and pronghorns would be appreciated. I've excepted that I'll prob have to wait until next year for a chance at an elk.

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    I can't really help you with any contacts as I am originally from the Lubbock TX area. I did have a cousin that grew up in Clovis but he didn't hunt much. So can't help you there either. I know there are a lot of dairy farms nearby. Maybe talking to some of the guys at some of those places could help. Maybe you could work your way into some hunting that way. They usually have lots of farm ground to go with the feed lots. That would be my first stop. By your username I would guess you are heading to Clovis to the air base? You can get a long way with people in that area trading work to hunt as long as you work your tail end off. Good luck!
    Now therefore, please take your weapons, your quiver and your bow, and go out to the field and hunt game for me.
    Genesis 27:3 (NKJV)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdcour View Post
    I can't really help you with any contacts as I am originally from the Lubbock TX area. I did have a cousin that grew up in Clovis but he didn't hunt much. So can't help you there either. I know there are a lot of dairy farms nearby. Maybe talking to some of the guys at some of those places could help. Maybe you could work your way into some hunting that way. They usually have lots of farm ground to go with the feed lots. That would be my first stop. By your username I would guess you are heading to Clovis to the air base? You can get a long way with people in that area trading work to hunt as long as you work your tail end off. Good luck!
    The irony is that you're correct about me being military but LT is my first and middle initials haha. Yeah I think I'll be spending some time driving around to local farms to see if I can get permission to hunt private land.

    Do you guys know if there are antelope or mulies in the units close to clovis?


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