M4 Ranch Group has the knowledge and experience to help you find the best hunting land for sale in New Mexico. M4 Ranch Group offers a lifetime of experience in western hunting, from migration routes to herd compositions, age class to sex ratios, and landowner licenses and counter tags.
Coyote Canyon Ranch is 2,450± acres of New Mexico Mountain Country, located just 20 minutes south of Angel Fire, New Mexico’s premier ski area.
With year-round access, the ranch provides a mountain sanctuary nestled in deep canyons, dark timbered mesas, and creek bottoms.
The 172± deeded acres are a recreational paradise; the over 1 mile of live water makes this meandering stream one of the best fishing havens around Angel Fire. Little Coyote Creek runs diagonally through the property. Coyote Creek is nestled in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and enclosed by a forest of spruce and pine trees. The small valley displays abundant wildflowers and beautiful fall foliage. Located in game management unit 46
This vast piece of property with deep canyons offers you solitude in Northeastern New Mexico. Higgins Canyon comprises 2115.24± acres, with giant Ponderosas and a mixture of Juniper and Pinyon Pines. The ranch's elevation starts at 5700 feet and expands up to 6400 feet creating deep crevasses with seasonal creeks and springs.
Jarosa Creek Ranch is an exceptionally diverse property located near Angel Fire, New Mexico. The ranch is comprised of 152± acres with both sides of Coyote Creek and Jarosa Creek giving the ranch over .5± miles of live water
Jicarilla Ranch is located in "Unit 2B New Mexico," the heart of monster Mule deer country. This 97± acre ranch is nearly surrounded by National Forest and close by the prestigious Jicarilla Indian Reservation.
If you're an extreme Mule Deer hunter, you've likely heard of Unit 2B in New Mexico with more Boone and Crocket entries than any other unit in the state, and the biggest tipping the scale at over 300" non-typical mule deer.
Located 19 miles south of Angel Fire, New Mexico, the 282± acre Rincon Ranch is steep and deep with nearly 2,000 feet elevation gain from the cabin to the upper meadows. The mixture of thick aspens to the tall spruce provides a Mecca for all game animals.