Welcome to Black Mountain Outfitters, your New Mexico, South Dakota and Arizona Hunting Outfitters. We offer a variety of trophy hunts with some of our more popular ones being:
- New Mexico Elk Hunting
- New Mexico Mule Deer Hunting
- New Mexico Antelope Hunting
- Arizona Elk Hunting
- Arizona Mule Deer Hunting
- South Dakota Mule Deer Hunting
- South Dakota Whitetail Hunting
We keep our hunts fully focused on client satisfaction and success.
Black Mountain Outfitters uses some of the best guides in the business who hunt harder and smarter ensuring that your hunting experience brings you back year after year. When you book a hunt with BMO, you will quickly see why our motto is “Providing the Trophy Hunt of a Lifetime”.Request Pricing or More Information
We lease top quality property and hunt both mule deer and whitetail deer.
Hunters should expect to see 10-20 bucks daily and will have opportunities at trophy deer during the rut. This hunt will produce whitetail bucks in the 140-180 class and mule deer in the 160-200 class. This is the way that deer hunting was meant to be, lots of deer and high success rates! We also offer many other trophy hunts. We have some incredible Arizona Mule Deer hunts that can produce a world class Desert Muley, and we offer fully guided Arizona Elk hunts for those of you who are lucky enough to draw a permit.Request Pricing or More Information
Our New Mexico Elk Hunting is done in Units 10, 12, and 13, located in western New Mexico.
Our three main methods of elk hunting are: spot and stalk, sitting blinds, and calling. In Units 10 and 13, we typically hunt public land, and in Unit 12 we hunt both private and public lands. These three units are not necessarily known for high numbers of elk, but more for the massive size of the bulls. We generally try to kill bulls that score 330 or better, and a good herd bull in these units is usually around 370-400+ inches.
Our New Mexico elk hunts are not too physically demanding primarily as the elk are in flat and easily accessible areas during the rut.
We hunt high desert terrain in thick Pinyon pine and Juniper thickets approximately 6000-7500 ft. in elevation. We typically drive to the general vicinity of where we will hunt, and then travel on foot from that point. Hunters should expect to walk 1-5 miles per day across fairly flat terrain. The only difficult hiking we sometimes encounter is when getting into position atop high points to glass. If you are hunting a late season hunt with us in November or December, the hunts tend to be more physically challenging as the bulls move into difficult terrain.
We consistently produces 320+ bulls.
We hunt over 400,000 acres of prime private New Mexico trophy elk hunting ground in units 10, 12 & 13, which are considered some of the premier elk hunting units in New Mexico. These are resident elk and the ranches you will be hunting on do not have large concentrations of elk but they do have tremendous trophy quality with the goal being to harvest only 330+ bulls. Typical herd bulls on these ranches will be in the 370-400″+ range. This outfitter runs very close to 100% shot opportunity on high quality bulls. The best bull they’ve taken here scored well over 400″ B&C.