The Barboa Family are life long New Mexico residents and have been hunting big game animals in New Mexico for many generations. Owner, Mark Barboa was born and raised in the Land of Enchantment. Mark's experience and knowledge of hunting in the New Mexico terrain was a skill he learned from his father who taught him the importance of a skillful hunter and the ethics that comes with that responsibility. Hunting in New Mexico is an experience that many hunters only dream about. Hunting with the Barboa Family is a journey and experience that you'll share around the campfire for years to come. Hunting with an experienced guide will sharpen your skills as a hunter and provide you with techniques that comes from years of hunting big game animals. Mark has teamed up with Paul Barboa his nephew who is a very experienced hunter and has hunted and guided hunters in some of New Mexico's most beautiful mountain ranges . Paul also started hunting at a very young age who's father had him archery hunting big game at the age 10. Both Mark and Paul's passion is hunting and want to share their love for it with you, making your hunt a hunt you will never forget.
These Hunts take place in the Florida Mountains in Southern New Mexico. The Mountains are extremely rugged and will push any hunter to there limits. Big deep Rocky Canyons makes for long days of extreme glassing, hiking and will test your physical endurance. The Bezoar Ibex were introduced in New Mexico in the 70's and have grown into a awesome herd. They are 100% free range and the Florida Mountains is the only place to hunt Ibex in the country. These hunts are all spot and stalk and requires top physical shape in order to maneuver through"the Rock" which some locals call this amazing mountain range. This hunt is limited with few tags available and is a once in a lifetime hunt when it comes to rifle hunting. This hunt is extremely tough to draw, but it's one of the best hunts to draw in the country. Rifle , muzzle and bow hunts are available in the draw system , and all require a lot of glassing and planning in order to get into position for a shot.