The long and storied history of northern New Mexico’s Jicarilla Apache Nation has been one of dedication and leadership in the management of its fish and wildlife resources to propagate and sustain those populations for future generations. Established in 1887 and with modern-day emphasis on trophy mule deer and elk management, the Jicarilla Apache Reservation has produced more record-book bucks than any other location in the West and is the world’s No. 1 destination for Boone & Crockett mule deer.

— Mike Altizer

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