Hunting Trips

Our day use hunting permit allows us to hunt our entire surrounding area for six species of big game. Whether your chosen quarry is bighorn sheep, moose, elk, mule deer, whitetail, or antelope we can guide you to the realization of your western dreams.

All of our hunting takes place in breathtakingly scenic landscape. Some of the game resides in the high alpine, mountainous terrain, some in the sagebrush covered rolling hills of the badlands, and some in the willow choked valleys. Some of our hunting is done under warm sunny skies, and some days we’ll be tracking animals in a foot of snow. No matter the season, the surroundings, or the species, we absolutely love what we do, and the only thing we love more than hunting is the ability to share the sport with others.

We base all of our hunts from the town of Dubois, a small town in Northwestern Wyoming which still maintains a strong dose of western flavor. This gives us wonderful flexibility in that we can use horses or four-wheel drive vehicles on our hunts. So, if we go to one area and don’t have any luck, we can change plans and go to a totally different drainage the following day.

We cater to the needs and desires of the client. If you don’t feel like hunting from horses, or hiking, we can use a truck to hunt the areas that are vehicle accessible. Lodging and meal accommodations can be tailored to fit your needs and desires.

We are blessed to live in an area where the game is plentiful, and there are some excellent opportunities to harvest your western trophy. We will not pressure you to squeeze that trigger until you find an animal you will be happy with. It will always be your decision. Your guide will give you a rough estimate of the size of the antlers or horns (depending on the species), but ultimately you must decide if this is the animal for you.

We use only the best knowledgeable, friendly, and experienced guides and horses, who have been all over these mountains in search of game. However, we consider our hunts more than just the pursuit of a trophy. We think of it as an opportunity to share our beautiful areas with you. We want your hunt be as enjoyable, rewarding, and memorable as possible. All you need to bring is your rifle, license, gear, and desire.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions, comments or just to talk. We look forward to hearing from you.


Suggested Gear List:
Hunting license Firearm Ammunition Ammunition carrier Binoculars Spotting Scope* Camera and film Videocamera * Sharp knife Daypack Waterbottle Small flashlight and batteries Waterproof matches or lighter Can of pepper spray (bear deterrent)
Quiet waterproof coat and pants* Heavy/ warm coat Light jacket Sweater Light duty long-sleeved shirt T-Shirts Long underwear 1 Pair warm socks for each day Comfortable waterproof hunting boots Extra pair of footwear Waterproof cap or hat Facemask* Scarf Warm/ Waterproof Gloves Light gloves *Optional, not necessary but recommended.
Please note:

Wyoming statute requires that rifle hunters wear at least one fluorescent orange garment, and purchase a Conservation Stamp before hunting. We recommend a light fabric vest that can be worn over a coat or other clothes. As your trunk is the part of you that moves least this is the best place for orange, as opposed to a hat which is always moving, and always visible to whatever you are looking at.

Tips to Make Your Hunt More Enjoyable:

We recommend that as much of your clothing as possible, is either wool or waterproof. Wyoming is famous for its sudden and drastic changes in weather, and it’s best to be prepared for anything. However, it is also very important that your clothing is soft and quiet, the worst sound in the world for an animal to hear is pine needles or a branch brushing across a coat or pants with a plastic or nylon shell. Plastic pants also make a swishing sound when trying to walk.
You can expect extreme temperature changes in the course of a normal day, so it’s best to be dressed in a layered fashion, so that you can add or remove layers until you’re comfortable.
We furnish all accommodations and equipment involved in the pursuit and removal of the game. We will also arrange for meat processing and taxidermy, however, this is not included in the price of the hunt and you are responsible for these services.
We recommend that you not only sight your rifle in before your trip, but also shoot at varying distances, and from various positions in order to better prepare yourself for any situation we may find in the field.
We recommend that you bring good quality optics. While your guide will have good optics as well; we believe, the more eyes looking, the better the chance of finding. This is big wide open country and it’s not unusual to glass for several hours per day, at distances of over a mile, and the better your optics, the better your chances of looking longer and harder for your trophy of a lifetime.
Should you have any special diet or health needs or restrictions, please let us know before your arrival so that we may better prepare.
Thank you for your business, and remember, this is the adventure of a lifetime, and we want you to enjoy it to it’s fullest potential, so let us know if there is anything more we can do to make that possible.


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