From the blue skies over Yellowstone to “The Daddy of ’em All” ~ Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo, from Devils Tower to the still waters of Flaming Gorge Reservoir, Wyoming has something for every sportsman.
The majestic mountains of the cowboy state hold large populations of elk, mule deer, shiras moose, bighorn sheep, mountain lion and mountain goats, not to mention thousands of crystal blue lakes teaming with brook trout, rainbow trout, brown trout, cutthroat trout, lake trout and grayling.
If you desire the wide open spaces, Wyoming has millions of acres of prairie lands covered with lush grass and sagebrush, home to a pronghorn antelope population that outnumbers the total human population of the state. Large whitetail deer and merriam turkey populations inhabit the lush riparian zones on the Eastern side of the state and offer excellent hunting opportunity.
When sportsman think of Western big game hunting, pristine mountain valleys and rolling sage prairies the first thing that comes to mind is Wyoming. There’s always room for a few more visitors, so saddle up partner ~ we’ll see ya soon.
Wyoming Mountain Lion Hunt 7-Day Guided Wyoming mountain Lion Hunt in the beautiful mountains of north central Wyoming. Click here to email us for more information on our mountain lion hunts. Wyoming Pronghorn Hunt 2-Day Guided Wyoming Antelope Hunt with Noon Meal in the Field and and Trophy Care. Click here for more information on […]
The wilderness of northwestern Wyoming is rouged, incredibly beautiful and teaming with wildlife. This is home to one of the World’s largest populations of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. It is highly valued by sportsmen as one of the most sought after trophies in the World and the most difficult species to collect as part of […]
The Thorofare region of Wyoming’s Bridger-Teton Wilderness is known as the most remote area in the lower forty-eight states. This is elk hunting country at it’s best, wild and pristine. The elk hunt area is located only a short distance from the southeast boundary of Yellowstone National Park and has long been famous for producing […]
The Bridger Teton Wilderness of west central Wyoming holds breathtaking beauty with hundreds of high mountain lakes and streams located just below the towering snow capped peaks. This region of Wyoming also offers some of the best elk hunting to be found anywhere in the Rocky Mountains. Camp is located at 10,000 feet with access […]
Enjoy this great trophy elk hunt in Wyoming’s beautiful Bighorn Mountains. All hunts are conducted horseback from high mountain tent camps in some of Wyoming’s best elk country. If you enjoy the challenge of stalking a trophy bull with archery equipment during the rut, then the September season is exactly what you are looking for. […]
The rough rocky terrain on the Western slope of Wyoming’s Bighorn mountains provide excellent mule deer habitat, which produces outstanding antler growth and equates to trophy bucks. This is a high-country horseback hunt when weather permits and 4×4 access to the hunt area when the weather becomes too extreme for long periods of exposure to […]
The majestic American Bison, symbol of the old west, now thrives on many private ranches across the high plains region. This hunt takes place near Cheyenne, Wyoming, on a large ranch which specializes only in the production of quality registered bison. Herds on the ranch number in the hundreds. Consequently, you may choose the animal […]
Wyoming is the pronghorn antelope capitol of the world and this great 35,000-acre ranch is one of the reasons why we have that reputation. Water is the key to antelope hunting success on this ranch, as cattle are rotated out of summer pastures water tanks are allowed to remain active which keeps the antelope in […]
Western lore is filled with happenings of the Wild West and Wyoming claims it’s share with places like the famous Powder River and the Hole In The Wall where Butch Cassidy hide from the law. The Powder River region of Wyoming is still a very exciting place to visit, especially if you show up in […]