Guided Coyote Hunt

1-4 Guests • No Lodging • Private • Guided

Description

We offer some exciting thermal coyote hunting! Add coyote calling on to your Thermal hog hunts.


We will provide the rifle, tripod, thermal optics and up to a box of ammo!


27,000 Acres in the Lawton, Oklahoma Area

Jump in my truck and come put some fur down!


  • No guarantee on Bobcat
  • Can add Coyote Hunt and get as many as you want
  • Hunting License is included in cost
  • Tips for the guide are not included in price
  • No trophy Fee


Price is per person per night.

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Upgrades

Additional box of ammo

$27.50


Your Host

undefined's Trip

Brandon N

Wild pig hunt has been on my bucket list for quite sometime and Brandon made our hunt better than we could imagine. Awesome hunt, awesome guide and will definitely be back. Thanks Brandon! -Mike W

from $275/Experience

You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.

Additional box of ammo

$27.50

$27.50

Base Price

$275.00 Per Person Per Experience

$275.00

Pay Now

$151.25

Pay Later

$151.25

Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


Amenities

  • Rifle
  • Thermal Tracking Equipment
  • Experienced Guide
  • Scouted Location
  • First box of Ammo
  • Hunting License Included

Location

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Gear List

  • Personal Hunting Gear
  • Weather Appropriate Attire
  • Snack / Drinks

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Rules & Guidelines

https://www.wildlifedepartment.com/law/hunting_regs


All hunters 16 years and older must obtain a valid hunting license to take or trap game in Oklahoma. Residents under 16 or over 64 are exempt from this requirement.


All hunters 30 years or younger are required to complete a Hunter Education course before purchasing a license.


For other hunting regulations, as well as bag limits and aditional permits/stamps, check the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation website.

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