Hunt private ranches at the base of the beautiful Bighorn Mountains in northern Wyoming. This area contains both mule deer and whitetails. Whitetails taken score 110-140 with 150 being the top end. Hunting is spot and stalk and stand hunting. Past hunters have enjoyed a 100% success rate.
Application period is January 1 - March 15. Up to 6 hunters can apply as a party to ensure all get drawn. This unit typically runs 100% on draw odds for deer. If available, leftover tags can be purchased in early July. Outfitter will apply for you. A hunter’s safety card is required for rifle hunters if born after January 1, 1966 - not needed for archery hunters. Crossbows are legal to use during archery and firearm season.
Outfitter also offers airport pick-up and drop off at no charge.
Includes meals, lodging, 2 hunters/guide, airport pick-up and drop-off, transportation of meats and mounts to processing plant or taxidermist.
5 Day Hunt - $3000 (Nov. 1 - 30)
Hunt southwest Texas for free range or high fence whitetails.
The Free Range Hunt is for 8 point bucks or better. Bucks typically average 115-125 B&C with some scoring 140 and better. Hunting is conducted on over 20,000 acres. This is a great destination if you like to see a lot of deer. It is not unusual to see 10-20 bucks per day. Success rates normally run 95%+.
Hunting methods include ground blinds, glassing open flats from tripods and horn rattling.
Includes meals, lodging, 3×1 guiding and field care of your deer (field dress, skin and quarter).
4 Day Hunt - $2900 and $2400 for youth 16 and under (Youth hunting licenses are only $7)
The High Fence Hunt is conducted on 2000 acres. This hunt can be a challenging hunt due to the size of the enclosure. The high fence hunts are limited to 3 hunters at a time to give each hunter the best opportunity to harvest a buck that meets his expectations.
Trophy hunts are available for rifle or archery hunters on any 3 or 4 consecutive days from October 1st through the end of February. During the Texas general firearms season, November 6th - January 2nd, these hunts will be booked in conjunction with the low fence hunt dates. All animals harvested on a Trophy Hunt will be tagged with a MLD III tag (Managed Land Deer) and will NOT count towards the hunters Texas license limit.
Management and trophy hunts are conducted in the high fence. Management hunts are for mainframe 8 and 9 points that have reached maturity but lack desired antler characteristics. Management hunts are $2900 with a $1500 deposit. Trophy hunts are priced using a sliding scale based on the gross B&C score of the buck harvested. Trophy Hunt Pricing is as follows: up to 150 B&C $4,200; 150 1/8 to 170 B&C $5,750; 170 1/8 to 190 B&C $7,750; 190 1/8 to 200 B&C $9,000; 200 1/8 B&C $10,000 + $100 an inch for every inch over 200 B&C.
Trophy hunts require a $2,500 deposit. The deposit is subtracted from the prices listed above. The final balance will be due upon the harvest of an animal. Your guide will estimate the score of the deer on the hoof. In the event of a discrepancy, the benefit will go to the hunter. If the guide says a buck is in the low 170’s and ends up scoring 169, the hunter pays for that price range deer. In the event of harvesting a 200+ animal, the hunter pays according to the final score of the animal.
Both the free range and high fence hunts require a General Non-Resident Hunting License for $315. For ages 16 and under, the only license required is the Youth Hunting License for $7. License are unlimited and there is no draw required.
Includes meals, lodging, 1×1 guiding and care of your deer (field dress, skin and quarter).
This hunt is primarily a bow hunting operation with limited rifle hunts. The outfitter has over a dozen properties totaling 10,000 acres.
Hunting is out of ladder stands, tripods and shooting boxes. The terrain is flat to rolling consisting of ag crops, weed fields, scrub oaks and timbered shelter belts. A feeding program is in place.
This is a great hunt for someone that likes to look at a lot of deer. For those that can hold off, the odds are very good of killing a 130 or better. Hunters are asked to refrain from shooting bucks scoring under 120. In 2010 two bucks between 155-159 were killed. One mature buck and one doe can be taken. This area does not have a lot of hogs but they can be taken if seen for no additional fee.
The outfitter will show hunters the property they will hunt, boundaries and the stand sites. Meals and lodging are not included but there are multiple options for hotels and restaurants in town. Hunters can also bring their own camper and camp on one of the ranches.
Bow hunts are held from early October until early January and rifle hunts are held from early November to early January. Licenses are over-the-counter and cost $315 - buck and doe tags included.
5 Day Bow Hunt - $1700
5 Day Rifle Hunt - $2300
Hunts are held in west central and south Texas. Good numbers of deer with many bucks scoring in the 115-130 range. Must be 8 point or better to harvest. Hunts are held on three different properties.
This hunt offers an opportunity to harvest a variety of Texas animals on one hunt. Here’s how it works. Hunters pay $1995 before the hunt starts. Hunters that harvest a buck pay a kill fee of $1500 on 10 point or better bucks or $500 for bucks with 9 points or less. Once a buck is harvested, they may then hunt for and harvest four of five of the following species: wild boar, Rio Grande turkey, javelina, bobcat and a coyote.
The hunt is primarily a deer hunt but allows hunters the opportunity to continue hunting other species once they have killed their buck.
Included are: airport pick up and drop off, meals, lodging, in-field transportation.
5 Day Hunt - Hunts are held in October, November and December.