Mountain Lion Hunting in Arizona
New Mexico and Arizona is home to the world famous Rocky Mountain Mountain Lion and Moon Valley Outfitters knows where they are. Join us for the cougar hunt of a lifetime. Once you have hunted puma in New Mexico you will never want to hunt anywhere else.
Below are articles about mountain lions in New Mexico.
For 100 years, various individuals, groups, and agencies have been working to make New Mexico one of the worlds premiere hunting and fishing destinations. There are many species of wildlife in New Mexico such as elk, deer, antelope, cougar, and black bear. Each one is cared for and maintained by the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish. Continue reading
New Mexico’s drawing system for hunts is based on a quota which allocates big-game hunting opportunities among resident and nonresident hunters. Residents receive 78% of the available licenses for any hunt code. Nonresidents who use registered outfitters will receive up to 12% of the available licenses. Nonresidents who hunt without outfitters will receive up to 10% of the available licenses. Continue reading
According to New Mexico law, no one under 18 years of age may hunt with a firearm before they have attended and passed the New Mexico, or another state’s Hunter Education Course. The Bowhunter Education Course is not mandatory for archery hunts, however it is highly recommended. In fact it is highly recommended that all new hunters regardless of age take the Hunter Education Course for your own safety. Continue reading
This program is a joint venture between sportsmen and the agencies that manage wildlife and their habitat. Each year licensed hunter, anglers and trapper, on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) or U. S. Forest Service (USFS) lands, are required to purchase the stamp or validation from the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish (NMDGF). These funds are dedicated to habitat conservation and rehabilitation projects. Continue reading
Federal taxes on sporting arms, ammunition, fishing tackle, boating fuel, hunting and fishing license, and outdoor activity fees help provide the money needed to operate the hatcheries, Provide outdoor recreation areas and restore wildlife habitation areas so future generations. Continue reading
Disabled Veterans Hunting and Fishing License
Any veteran rated 100 percent service-connected disabled, qualifies for a free lifetime small game hunting and fishing license in the State of New Mexico.
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The mountain, lion also known as cougar, puma, mountain cat, catamount or panther, depending on the region is a large, solitary cat and has the greatest range of any large wild terrestrial mammal in the Western Hemisphere. A capable stalk-and-ambush predator, the mountain lion is a formidable adversary and requires traversing some very rough terrain. This hunt is not for the faint of heart and we advise our hunters to prepare themselves for extreme physical activity before the hunt. Continue reading