Sonora, Mexico – Mule & Coues Deer

Our goal is to provide you with a hunting adventure of a life time in Mexico. They have incredible weather, beautiful skies mixed with a large variety of cactus, trees and other wildlife only found in the Sonora Desert . This will give you a unique and wonderful stage for your adventure. Our Outfitter and Guides treat our guest like family. They make a team effort to provide our guest with any and all needs that they may have in camp and in the field.

Our Outfitters family has owned this land for more than 100 years and our hunting areas consists of more than 100,000 acres. The opportunity to harvest the trophy of your dreams is a reality.

Our bookings are based on groups of 5 hunters per week maximum. Our ranch house is powered by a generator and solar energy. We have very clean and comfortable rooms, beds and bathrooms. Our cooks prepare daily fresh authentic Mexican home cooked meals! As well as fresh squeezed orange juice, fruits, vegetables, beef, chicken and fresh sea food from the Sea of Cortez.

In the field you will be accompanied by one of our experience guides. They will cook your lunch over a mesquite wood fire. Water, beer and sodas will be served cold on ice. All of our guides work with us on the ranch year round providing wild life and cattle management, A four wheel drive vehicle and driver will be provided to each hunter.

At night when you return to the ranch a cold drink and an appetizer will be served to you by the fire before dinner.

Coues Deer can be found in the hills during your Mule Deer hunt. This small species of deer is a very sought after trophy. You may decide to take a Couse Deer during your Mule Deer Hunt. Also we have an abundance of Javelina on the ranches, if you would like at no charge you can add another species to your list.

2015-16 Hunting Season

Hunting during the ” RUT ” is from Jan. 2nd to Feb. 2nd 2016

Price List

Mule Deer Hunt

Price – $6,000 U.S.

Length of Hunt 6 days and 7 nights.

Kill Fee (Trophy Fee) for Any Buck under 200 inches – $4,000 U.S.

Over 200+ inches Mule Deer Buck – $5,000 U.S.

During the six day Mule Deer Hunt, Hunters may have the option of taking a Coues Deer for a kill fee of $3,500 U.S.

For Archery and Disability Hunters Only                             

From Nov. 2 to Dec. 2, 2014.

Guided Mule Deer Hunt – $5,500 U.S.

Self-guided Mule Deer Hunt – $4,500 U.S.

Kill Fee(Trophy Fee) for Any Buck under 200 inches – $4,000 U.S.

Over 200+ inches Mule Deer Buck – $5,000 U.S.


Coues Deer Hunt

Price – $3,500 U.S.

Length of Hunt 4 days and 5 nights.

Kill Fee for any Coues Deer Buck – $1,500 U.S.

The Mule and Coues Deer Combo Hunt- Price $8,000 U.S.

Length of Hunt 9 days and 10 nights, Trophy Fee not included.

Taking a Second Trophy

Second Mule Deer – $7,500 U.S.

Second Coues Deer – $3,500 U.S.

Extra Hunting Days – $650 U.S.

Non Hunter Welcome (1 per Hunter) Day Fee – $150 U.S.


Desert Bighorn Sheep Hunt

Price – $45,000 U.S.

Length of Hunt 10 days and 11 nights

Trophy Fee Included.

Hunters are allowed to bring a non-Hunter with them.


Combo Hunt

Desert Big Horn Sheep, Mule Deer and Coues Deer- $50,000 U.S.

Length or Hunt 15 days and 16 nights

Trophy Fees for Mule Deer and Coues Deer not included

Extra Hunting Days – $650 U.S.

All Hunts include

All Paper Work, Trophy Tags, Hunting License, Gun permits, Trophy Care and Preparation for Shipping or Traveling.

Lodging                               Transportation
During the hunt                                       From HMO (Hermosillo, Mexico) airport to camp and back
All meals                                                 All field transportation
All soft drinks`
Not included
Gratuities, A minimum of 10% of the cost of your hunt is recommended. To be paid to your Guide, Driver and Cooks.
Lodging out from camp
Trophy shipping

Reservations, Payments and Hunting Policies

All reservations must be made with a non-refundable deposit of 50% of the value of your hunt. Upon receiving your deposit, a confirmation receipt and contract of dates will be sent to you. Deposits are non-transferable and may not be rolled over to the next season unless prior arrangements have been made.

Clients will be invoiced for the remaining balance 90 days prior to hunt and final balance should be paid in full no later than 60 days prior to your scheduled trip. If balances are not paid 60 days prior the hunt, deposit may be forfeited and trip cancelled.

  • Flight arrangements and itineraries must be booked and emailed to us 30 days prior to your hunt
  • All flights must arrive and depart before 1:00 P.M. This will give us plenty of time to deal with paperwork and get to the ranch on time to sight in your rifles
  • All hunters must arrive and depart on scheduled dates. Unscheduled trips to HMO will be a $500.00 U.S. Charge.

According to the Mexican Law every Hunter is allowed to bring two rifles and 100 rounds of ammo for each rifle. Gun permits are included in the price.

  • Trophy fee must be paid after harvesting a buck according to size
  • Trophy fee will apply to any wounded deer and hunt will be over

Trophy Care

Our Outfitter and guide(s) will prepare all trophies for transport back to the United States or other final destinations. The capes will be salted, frozen and put into a insulated custom container. All skulls will be boiled, cleaned, and tagged before leaving the ranch. We recommend that you bring a big duffle bag or we can take you to Wal-Mart before departing to purchase a plastic tote to protect your antlers. SDE will complete all forms needed for the hunt and will provide each hunter with the following; U.S.F.W.S Declaration Form, U.S.D.A. Notice of Arrival Form, Hunting Contract and the Ranch Hunt Authorization Form. These documents along with the Firearm Transportation Permit will be given to each hunter prior to entering Mexico on the hunt. Hunters are responsible for any quarantine and associated costs placed on their trophies by the U.S.D.A. at the Border. If the trophy is quarantined, hunters must select a U.S.D.A. approved Taxidermist for inspection and processing. Once trophies are inspected and cleared, they can be taken to any Taxidermist of your choice for mounting. Please visit to locate a U.S.D.A. approved Taxidermist in your area.

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