Top Colorado New Mexico Elk Hunting Ranches < $1 Mil

June 2019

elk ranches for sale

  • 430 +/- Acres, Fremont County, ColoradoWhat we like:
  1. Borders national forest and large ranches.
  2. Qualifies for LPP program.
  3. Wide variety of game.
  4. Property has spring fed water supply for livestock and wildlife.

What we don’t like:

  1. Expect to draw tags only every 2-3 years.
  • 2,180 +/- Acres, Catron County, New MexicoWhat we like:
  1. 3 elk tags annually
  2. Variety of game – good mule deer
  3. Top scoring Bull Elk unit – 350-400in possible
  4. Has Ranch home

What we don’t like:

  1. Not much.
  • 350 +/- Acres, Mora County, New Mexico

What we like:

  1. Qualifies for up to 5 landowner tags.
  2. 400 class bulls taken in area.
  3. Additional acreage can be added.
  4. Very easy to get around.

What we don’t like:

  1. Access to other properties through one end of ranch. Can be limited by purchasing additional neighboring acreage.
  • 160 +/- Acres, Saguache County, Colorado

What we like:

  1. National forest in-holding.
  2. Has been 100% draw and has over-the-counter either sex archery tags.
  3. Set up with cabin and shed.

What we don’t like:

  1. Smaller acreage.
  • 930 +/- Acres, Las Animas County, Colorado

What we like:

  1. OTC Tags for 2nd and 3rd so guaranteed to hunt each year
  2. Good Trophy unit
  3. Has Cabin
  4. Qualifies for Landowner Preference Point Program

What we don’t like:

  1. Small acreage for area.
  2. Can be hot during hunting seasons.
  • 130 +/- Acres, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico

What we like:

  1. 2 Elk Tags yearly.
  2. VERY close to bordering national forest.
  3. Excellent Mule Deer hunting (watch for upcoming Mule Deer Property list).
  4. home and barn.

What we don’t like:

  1. Small acreage.

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