We offer Mule Deer Hunting on Private and Public lands.


New Mexico Hunting Adventures offers Mule Deer hunting across New Mexico. Your chance at a trophy Mule Deer is great with us because we manage ranches with high populations of deer, which give you the opportunity to harvest the trophy of a lifetime. The weapon of choice is up to you but our rifle hunts are limited and book up very fast. The archery hunt provides the best opportunity for hunting deer during the rut.

We offer hunts on both public land and private land, and can accomodate over the counter tags for private property or hunters are applied in the state draw in early-to-mid-March for the public land quality/high demand deer hunts.

We also offer deer hunts as add-on's to our Elk trips. See the Elk Hunting page for pricing information on these hunts, or contact us to discuss the options.

Our hunting techniques vary from spot & stalk hunts and sitting over waterholes. You and your guide will work out the best suited technique for your success, based on the location, and time of year you're hunting.


Our Mule Deer Hunts offer the hunter the ability to take a true Mule Deer trophy, with the season running through October, November, and parts of January.

  • License fee's are NOT included in the price of your hunt
  • 1-Day Hunt Extensions available if needed
  • Quality / High Demand Unit Hunts Available Upon Draw
  • Pricing does NOT include NMGR Tax
  • Pricing does NOT include Guide Tip / Gratuity
    • Note - typical gratuity is 10-20% the cost of your hunt, and tipped directly to your guide.  This is a standard across the industry.  Tipping rates should be reflective of the experience, and not the success of the hunt.  Our guides will work their hardest to put you on the trophy you're after.  

Rifle Mule Deer

  • Public & Private Land Hunts Available
  • (Q/HD) - Quality/High Demand Unit available when Drawn
  • 4 Day hunts in October - November
  • 4 Day Mule Deer Hunt

    Random Draw, 4 Day Mule Deer Rifle Hunt
  • 4 Day Mule Deer Hunt

    PRIVATE Land, 4 Day Mule Deer Rifle Hunt

Archery Mule Deer

  • Public & Private Land Hunts Available
  • (Q/HD) - Quality/High Demand Unit available when Drawn
  • 4 Day hunts in January Archery Season
  • 5 Day Archery Mule Deer Hunt

    PRIVATE Land, 5 Day Mule Deer Archery Hunt


Spot & stalk hunting is the primary tool of the Coues deer hunter. Most hunters climb to a high vantage point before first light, then glass long and hard for moving bucks. The same technique is used in the evening. Binoculars in the 15x56 class are used by many serious Coues deer hunters to help them locate these miniscule deer at long distances; the minimum binocular power should be 10X. Coues deer are easily the most skittish deer species in North America. They have excellent eyesight, smell, and hearing, and will leave the country at the first hint of trouble. Hunter also will be able to test there marksmanship as Coues deer terrain sometimes makes it difficult to get a close shot.

Rifle Coues Deer

  • Public or Private Land Hunts Available
  • 4 Day hunts in November
  • 5 Day Coues Deer Hunt

    5 Day Coues Deer Hunt, inquire for dates


Use our Draw Application Service to increase your Odd's at Success!

When you want to draw a tag in the state lottery versus purchasing a land owner permit we have you covered. Our service removes the hassle of having to remember to apply and provides the convenience of our knowledge of where to apply depending on what your desires and goals are for that specific species.

Also, odds are much better through the outfitter pool so this allows you a better chance of drawing.

Deposit/Service Fee for elk and deer are $500.00 to join the service and Oryx is $300.00. All deposits go toward the price of your hunt in the year they are drawn.


Bringing the right equipment on your trip is often something that can make a break an experience. If you have any questions on what else to bring, please don't hesitate to ask!


It is very important to remember to dress in layers. Mornings are usually cold but days warm up. Always check weather for the week you are coming out to better prepare for the conditions. No orange or sleeping bags are needed.

  • Light weight rain gear
  • 2 pair of waterproof boots
  • Goretex Gaitors
  • Warm camo Gloves
  • Long and Short sleeve camo shirts
  • Facemask
  • Heavy Jacket
  • Billed & Stocking Cap


  • Rifle or Bow (dependent on hunt)
  • Water Bottles (2-3 16oz or 24oz)
  • Day Pack
  • Small first-aid kit
  • Scent Shield
  • Game Bags


  • Towels for showers
  • Toiletries
  • Plastic Bags
  • Laundry Bags
  • Guide & Camp Gratuity

Optics & Electronics Equipment

  • GPS Unit *you will be asked to delete all waypoints you have made before you leave
  • Binoculars (10x42 minimum)
  • Rangefinders
  • Flashlight & Headlamp
  • 12 extra batteries
  • Tripod and Camera