These areas are often lush with forbs, providing the birds a great food source in addition to the water source. To the east, Open gate property 132 near Moriarty, gives hunters a chance to access private land for dove hunting. Staff Nelson Luna Melissa Peyketewa Zuni Fish and Wildlife Director Zuni Fish and Wildlife Admin Assistant Photo Gallery Contact Information Pueblo of Zuni Fish and Wildlife P. The Federal Duck Stamp will also be available. The State Trust Lands Hunting Information Interactive Map is intended for reference only. Stands of subalpine or Douglas fir provide openings where insects, an important summer and early autumn food source, are able to thrive. Do not hunt without a valid tag.
Access to some State Trust Lands may be limited. Visitors are not required to obtain a state fishing license to fish these areas, but instead pay for a private fishing permit. Come as a client, leave as a friend. This kind of hunt takes place in premiere regions, though hunts for broken-horn oryx and youth hunts are also available and can be applied for each year. New Mexico Oryx Seasons General Season Oct.
As the season progresses, they move upward in elevation and feed primarily on conifer needles. Anglers can fish for free in New Mexico on Saturday, Sept. Water is a limited resource across the landscape, so hunting around tanks will give hunters the best opportunity for harvest. Drainage canals that follow the Rio Grande provide good trout fishing, but the ditches also have carp, bass, suckers, and sunfish. Failure to report these harvests will result in rejection of all draw applications. Hunting lands throughout New Mexico may vary in ownership; while some lands are public-access, many areas require landowner consent even if they are leased for public access.
By using the link below and entering the map viewer, you agree to the following: 1. Several 400+ elk have been taken on the reservation in recent years and our elk population is expanding. Look for trees with fresh clippings underneath, as a good start for finding these squirrels. We have become national leaders on issues such as tribal management of endangered species and migratory birds, riparian restroration, wetlands protection we have been nominated for a national wetlands management award by the U. Our goal is your success and our mission is making you a valued client and a lifelong friend. There are several private managed lakes around the city including: Shady Lakes, Sandia lakes, and Isleta lakes.
We are here to help you get your license and get outdoors. The variety of landscapes and abundance of public lands make for an exciting time. Maps of public fishing waters, lists of where to find family-friendly fishing and tips on how to fish also can be found on the department website. New Mexico offers not only an outstanding game variety, but also beautiful, scenic views to enjoy. Additionally, we consult on the landowner permit system and assist with the public application system. © September is a great time for outdoor recreation in New Mexico. Dusky grouse live in mature forests at high elevations.
New Mexico Turkey Seasons Fall General Season Sept. In addition, hunting on Native American lands requires tribal permission. You are responsible for performing your own diligence in verifying whether specific State Trust Lands remain open for authorized hunting, fishing, or trapping activities. This handsome squirrel is found almost exclusively in Ponderosa Pine forest, as this is a primary food source. Jim served on the original Landowner Sign-Up-System Committee and the A-Plus Task Force. This authorization extends to all state trust lands except those lands which have been withdrawn from this authorization due to an incompatible use. Permits for public land hunting called elk draw licenses have varying season dates.
. The fish bite year round in these well stocked ponds, which offer exciting fishing for kids as well as experienced anglers. New Pronghorn Seasons General Season Aug. In the early fall, grouse will be at lower elevations, feeding on insects and mast producing shrubs. Our deadline to process outfitter agreements is the 15th.
Results can be reported online and by telephone. The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish offers some hunts by a permit lottery system, along with specialty hunts for youth, veterans, seniors and hunters with disabilities. Big game: Tags are available on a limited basis, but the hunting opportunities are outstanding. Fishing: 3 lakes Nutria 4, Eustace, and Ojo Caliente are stocked with with Rainbow Trout, Channel Catfish, and Large Mouth Bass Ojo Caliente only. From the alpines of the Bighorn and Wind River mountains, the foothills of the Shirley Basin, the plains of the east and the fabled Red Desert of the southwest. You are solely responsible for verifying the availability of access to state trust lands and you may be subject to prosecution or penalty for trespass if attempting to access state trust lands through private land or other use-restricted property without permission.
Your desire to hunt is all that matters and we do whatever we can to make it happen. The magazine is printed and distributed statewide as an insert in local newspapers and is also available on-line. Though part of the desert southwest, New Mexico still provides a great place to fish, with plenty of places within driving distance where an angler could spend the day. Additional information is available through the records of the State Land Office and the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish. The state also offers some population management hunts for elk, deer, ibex, orxy, Barbary sheep and pronghorn antelope to become eligible for these hunts, you must apply online or by telephone.