WYOMING HUNTING INFORMATION

WYOMING OUTFITTER HUNTING INFORMATION
Wyoming Outfitter and Wyoming Hunting Guide
Hunting Trip Information
Thank you for your interest in Wyoming Outfitters. We feel that you have selected the best Trophy Hunting Area and the best Big Game Outfitter and hunting guides in the state of Wyoming. We are now booking for our hunting season. We will be happy to assist you with your Wyoming hunting license applications and schedules for your Wyoming mule deer Hunt, WY elk hunt, WY spring bear hunt, WY antelope hunt and more with us. Here is a little information about our operation and hunting area are hunting guides cover.

Our Wyoming hunting camp is located on the Bridger-Teton National Forest in Western Wyoming. We have an exclusive commercial area, centered in a very productive trophy area with 6 point Bull Elk scoring well over 300 points B&C, and trophy Mule Deer measuring up to 35 inches wide and scoring around 200 points B&C.

WYOMING HUNTING OUTFITTERS
Wyoming Hunting Camp  

Wyoming Hunting Camp is always maintained in a neat and orderly fashion. The tents are wall tents, they set on wood floors, they are heated by a wood burning stove, they are lighted by a 2500 watt Honda Generator. The sleeping accommodations are just as elaborate; we have outfitter cots, topped with a 4-inch foam mattress. There is a shower available for you to use at your discretion.
There will always be a full time cook in camp to prepare first class meals for the clients and the crew. The hunting guides and crew of Wyoming hunting Outfitters are very experienced, professional and very courteous. Everyone on the crew has been doing this for years, and to tell you the truth, our hunting guides and crew just plain love what we do for a living. It is my personal guarantee that everyone on the crew will give a 100% effort to make your trip a safe, successful and enjoyable one. The horses you will be riding are sure-footed, gentle, strong and well taken care of. All of the tack and equipment, that it takes to operate our Wyoming trophy hunting outfitters camp, is in the best of condition.

Our hunting camp is always maintained in a neat and orderly fashion. The tents are wall tents, they set on wood floors, they are heated by a wood burning stove, they are lighted by a 2500 watt Honda Generator. The sleeping accommodations are just as elaborate; we have outfitter cots, topped with a 4-inch foam mattress. There is a shower available for you to use at your discretion.
There will always be a full time cook in camp to prepare first class meals for the clients and the crew. The hunting guides and crew of Wyoming Outfitters are very experienced, professional and very courteous. Everyone on the crew has been doing this for years, and to tell you the truth, our hunting guides and crew just plain love what we do for a living. It is my personal guarantee that everyone on the crew will give a 100% effort to make your trip a safe, successful and enjoyable one. The horses you will be riding are sure-footed, gentle, strong and well taken care of. All of the tack and equipment, that it takes to operate our Wyoming trophy hunting outfitters camp, is in the best of condition.

Wyoming Hunting Day

A typical hunting day begins about 4:00 a.m. with a delicious hot breakfast while your guides get the horses saddled and ready for the long day ahead. After breakfast, you will pack a lunch of your choice (if the cook has not already prepared one for you) and coordinate with your guide on a departure time. When the time arrives, you will mount your horses and head toward the area of the guide’s choice. You will be in the saddle long before daylight, starting your trek into the rugged mountains, this putting you in prime Wyoming hunting country at the crack of dawn. We will glass the ridges and canyons for trophies feeding or traveling to their day beds. Most of the time we will spot and stock but in the heat of the day we sometimes set up drives or foot hunt. When Evening arrives we go back to spotting and stalking. When you arrive at camp there will be a delicious hot meal, hot shower, exciting hunting stories, and a warm comfortable tent and bed.

It is suggested that you be in the best physical shape possible, for this is a very rugged and strenuous Wyoming country with the elevation ranging from 8500 feet to 11,000 feet. Horse experience is a plus but not required. Practice shooting your rifle off hand. A fast, flat trajectory caliber with 140-grain bullets or more and sighted in at 3” height at 100 yards is recommended.
An average shot is 250-300 yards.



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