New Mexico Professional Big Game Hunting

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New Mexico Professional Big Game Hunting



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Contact: Mic Chapel

Location: New Mexico

Species Hunted: Elk, Mule Deer, Black Bear, Pronghorn Antelope, Mountain Lion

State(s) Hunted: NM

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Submitted by: James Warlick

Review Submitted: Jun 30, 2011

Hunt Date: Jan 30, 2010

Species Hunted: Mountain Lion

Days Hunted: 7

Hunt Type: Guided

Primary Terrain: Mountain

Method: Rifle

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note: The following reviews predate the numeric rating system and are not included in this outfitter's overall rating.


outfitter review submitted by: Mark Lounsbury on Feb 20 2007

Species Hunted: Elk

Game Quality: Members only

Accommodation Quality: Members only

Camp Condition: Members only

Food Quality: Members only

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Other Personal Experience: Members only

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Reviewer Comments: First class operation. Hunted ... Join now to read hunt reviews for New Mexico Professional Big Game Hunting in New Mexico

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outfitter review submitted by: Mike Boyd on Feb 18 2006

Species Hunted: ELK

Game Quality: Members only

Accommodation Quality: Members only

Camp Condition: Members only

Food Quality: Members only

Guide Experience: Members only

Other Personal Experience: Members only

Overall Impression: Members only

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Reviewer Comments: Promised primitive area only ... Join now to read hunt reviews for New Mexico Professional Big Game Hunting in New Mexico

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outfitter review submitted by: Jay Gilchrist on Dec 10 2004

Species Hunted: Elk

Game Quality: Members only

Accommodation Quality: Members only

Camp Condition: Members only

Food Quality: Members only

Guide Experience: Members only

Other Personal Experience: Members only

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Reviewer Comments: Mick is passionate about ... Join now to read hunt reviews for New Mexico Professional Big Game Hunting in New Mexico

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outfitter review submitted by: Erick Seager on Jun 25 1999

Species Hunted: Pronghorn Antelope; Mule Deer; Black Bear

Game Quality: Members only

Accommodation Quality: Members only

Camp Condition: Members only

Food Quality: Members only

Guide Experience: Members only

Other Personal Experience: Members only

Overall Impression: Members only

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Reviewer Comments: Mick Chapel is the ... Join now to read hunt reviews for New Mexico Professional Big Game Hunting in New Mexico

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