Rifle / Archery Trophy Elk Hunts
We offer great elk hunts in western Wyoming in the Salt River and Greys River areas. These units can be hunted on Wyoming’s General Elk License as well as additional opportunities on a few unit-specific licenses. We hunt in elk units 88, 89, 90, and 91. Our elk numbers are very high and have not been affected by wolves like the herds near Jackson Hole have. We will see elk on a daily basis. Bulls exceeding 350″ B&C are killed on a yearly basis in our hunting areas, with the majority of mature bulls being closer to 300″ B&C.
We offer archery hunts during the peak of the rut in September that provides an exciting hunt with extremely high success rates. Our hunts run the month of September and provide opportunities to hunt elk during all phases of the rut.
Rifle hunts start in early October and run through early November. We also offer a unique opportunity for late-season cow harvest. See our hunts and price list for more information about each hunt and our seasons/applications page for application periods and season dates.
Our clients enjoy a great elk hunt with good opportunities, beautiful country, and a trip of a lifetime!
Base Price is per person for a 5-Day/2x1 Guided Hunt. Make it a 1x1 Guided hunt for an additional fee.
*Lodging and Meals Included
Archery Sept 1 - 30
Rifle October 1 - 31
1 on 1 Guide
We hunt the best country in Wyoming. Our Mule Deer hunting in Wyoming's famous Region G has long been known for monster bucks, and our elk hunting is fantastic as well. It is the perfect mix of opportunity and trophy quality.
More Pricing Information
You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.
$1210.00 Per Person
$5280.00 Per Person Per Experience
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.
- Trophy Handling
- Hunting Gear
- Comfortable, Waterproof Boots
Rules & Guidelines
What to Expect
In addition to our day use permit (explained below) we can now provide the full pack-in camp experience. Adding a camp to our operation allows us to provide you with the hunting experience you prefer. We’re excited about this new addition and feel that it will help you have a more successful hunt by adding to our versatility and ability to meet your expectations.
We also operate on a day use permit, which means we start and end in town. By offering the luxuries of civilization and close proximities of the forest, it allows us the mobility to hunt vast areas to provide you a hunt that you will never forget. Breakfast as well as a sack lunch will be provided and after your hunt is finished for the day a great dinner will be waiting.
It is recommended that you or your party arrive a day prior to your hunt for introductions to your guide and mount, and also to check the zero on your rifle. You do not want to miss your trophy due to the mishandle of the airlines!! Be comfortable shooting long ranges of 300+ yards.
Western Wyoming is rugged country. Physical conditioning can play a big part in your hunt and will help you navigate the rigorous terrain that your big trophy may reside in; but we can accommodate to your individual physical needs. The majority of our hunts are via horseback which can be sometimes as long as 2 hour rides in the dark in order to reach our destinations. We hunt long days in order to help you tag the trophy of a lifetime.
We will take care of your trophy and deliver the meat to the meat processor, but it is up to you to pay for the processing and shipping. Whether it be a life size, shoulder, or a skull boiling (European) mount; we have a fantastic taxidermist that can build your preferred mount. All the fees of preserving your memory are up to you.
Prior to your hunt:
In order to maximize your enjoyment and success of this hunt is suggested that you get in the best shape possible and be extremely familiar with handling of your rifle. It’s also strongly recommended that you have a good pair of broke-in, lightweight, waterproof boots which will protect you from the elements and keep you in comfort throughout your hunting experience. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask.
Where We Hunt:
We are a permittee of the Bridger Teton National Forest and operate on public ground. We start at the trail heads of the many canyons and drainages that encompass the Greys River and Salt River drainages and can typically leave before sunlight, hunt all day, and return after shooting hours.
NOTE: grizzly bears and wolves have wandered through the areas that we have hunted but they have not impacted our hunting. It’s important to note that we only book a limited number of hunters each year.
Deposit & Cancellation:
There is a 50% nonrefundable deposit included in your booking. In case of cancellation, the remaining 50% will be returned to you.
If you have to cancel or reschedule, please get in touch with me and will will work out the details.
License & Permits
Most of our hunts require drawing a license through the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. Planning ahead is critical as preference points are needed to draw some of our best hunts. Let us know if you need any help with your applications. To find more information or to apply online, visit the new Wyoming Game and Fish Website.
Elk (non-resident) Application Period: January 1 – January 31
Areas 88,89,90,91, General
BG license # 042
Permittee of the Bridger-Teton National Forest.