2013 New Mexico poor Antler Growth?

We review them, eat them, and digest precipitation reports.  Poor New Mexico!  

New Mexico has been hammered by severe drought conditions, but
the 6 month precipitation reports show units 15, 16A, 16D, & 23
at 80-90% of their normal precipitation.  Units 22 & 24 are at 70-130%!

Over the past several years, New Mexico seems to always draw the short end of the stick.

Antler Growth in 2013?

Below average across much of the state for deer & elk, but units 15, 16A, 16D, 22, 23 & 24 are the only bright spots.

3 month Precipitation Outlook for New Mexico.

The Monsoon Outlook isn’t looking good for the drought conditions in New Mexico.  If it all plays out, this could also be a HORRIBLE elk rut year in New Mexico.  Units 15-17 are just to the west of the light brown, but considering the over all conditions, they need an EARLY-GREAT Monsoon Season.

You can’t control the weather, but if your application service or outfitter isn’t on top of the facts, you could end up wasting a lot of time and money.

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