Wyoming Elk Hunting/Guiding
Jackson Hole and South Pass, Wyoming are known for their scenery, pristine environment and trophy elk hunting. Our prime elk hunting areas (24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 75, 79, 81, 82, 84, 99, 100) are some of the best the Rocky Mountains have to offer. All of our guides work hard, ride for the brand, and have years of experience guiding hunters, bugling, and tracking.
September and October finds us high in the back country of the Gros Ventre Wilderness chasing bulls with archery and rifles.
October through November we hunt the Yellowstone National Park elk herds as they migrate to the National Elk Refuge in Jackson Hole, WY. These hunts feature a variety of accommodations with an excellent opportunity to take a trophy bull. Our trucks, trailers, and horses give us the mobility necessary to hunt the different migration routes successfully.
The terrain includes large meadows, dark timber, high open parks, and steep canyons. Our hunting style aggressively combines a mixture of hunting methods including spotting and stalking, glassing open areas, sneaking bedding areas, driving (both by foot and horseback), and generally spending as much time in the field as possible. We begin hunting before daylight and usually return late in the day.
Wyoming Deer Hunting/Guiding
Our September through October deer hunts (areas 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 130, 131, 155, 160) are mostly on horseback; however, we can accommodate clients with 4-wheel drive vehicles. You will ride the sparse timber areas at tree line for the Mule that inhabit this rugged country. Much of the day will be spent glassing the high country meadows and hillsides of Wyoming for that trophy buck of a lifetime.
Wyoming Antelope Hunting/Guiding
The state of Wyoming has the largest antelope population in the nation and our particular hunt areas (60, 61, 64, 65, 66, 68, 85, 91, 92, 106, 107) are renowned for trophy antelope! For the past several years we have had 100% success on taking nice trophy bucks! Our Antelope hunts are spent traversing the area by truck or horseback over the historic South Pass area near the Wind River Mountains, where the Oregon Trail crosses the Continental Divide.
This land is rugged, big and spectacular – open as far as the eye can see. Qualified and experienced guides and horses have the flexibility to get you where the game is located.
For years this area has been carefully managed for large antelope herds and trophy size bucks, since this location plays host annually to the Governor’s famous celebrity invitational “One Shot Antelope Hunt.”
Antelope hunting is exciting and fast paced. You’ll see lots of game every day. This is a fairly non-strenuous and inexpensive hunt, so it’s a great way to get started big game hunting in the West. Hunters bunk and feed in Lander, WY which is centrally located in our large hunt area.
Wyoming Moose Hunting/Guiding
We hunt Moose in Wyoming hunt areas 2, 28, 30, and 39 during the months of September and October. There are a number of fine bulls in our area in the 40-50 inch class, which will give you an impressive trophy and a large supply of excellent meat!
Contact us for additional information regarding our Moose hunts.
Wyoming Bear Hunting/Guiding
We provide custom Black Bear hunts (areas: 13, 17, 18, 19, 20) in either Spring (April 15 – June 15) or Fall (August 15 – October 31st).
The spring hunts are over bait, while our fall hunts are mostly spot and stalk and usually in combination with another specie.
All of our bait sites are close to wilderness boundaries to ensure extremely good trophies. Bears in this area are also renowned for their various color phases and size. Annually, the Wyoming Outfitters and Guides Association recognizes the three species, and bears from the Hoback area have consistently received one of the “top three” awards. Bear tags can be purchased over- the- counter when you arrive for your hunt.
Contact us for additional information regarding our Bear hunts.
Wyoming Big Horn Sheep Hunting/Guiding
Sheep hunting takes place in September in hunt area 7. These hunts take place above timber line, so the hunter needs to be in the best physical shape. The sheep population is growing each year and doing well. In 2010, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department increased the number of tags issued.
Wyoming Mountain Lion Hunting
Mountain Lions are located in Wyoming hunt area 2.
Contact Jimmy Wiser for details on your next Mountain Lion hunt!