We offer two different options for our cow elk hunts, Regular season (October) and Late season (November). I will be breaking down the differences in the hunts for you today.
Regular Season (October) Cow Elk Hunts: These four-day horseback hunts in the Big Horn Mountain Range are fully guided and include room and board while in camp, airport transportation if you fly in the day prior to your hunt start date, and meat transportation to a meat locker in Casper. We also take care of the licensing by applying for your tag, if booked prior to the draw. However, there is usually a surplus of licenses that can be purchased over the counter after the draw as long as supplies last. These four-day hunts are for those hunters looking for a quality Wyoming elk hunt.
Late Season (November) Cow Elk Hunts: These three-day horseback hunts also take place in the Big Horn Mountain Range of Wyoming and are also fully guided. Room and board are included in the cost of the hunt and licensing is the same. Unlike the October cow elk hunts, this is a drive-in camp only, airport pickup is not provided. When your tag is filled, your guide will field dress and quarter your cow so that you may take it home in your personal coolers as meat transportation is not available on this hunt. These late-season hunts are for the economy hunter looking to fill their freezer and experience a Wyoming elk hunt.
Both of our cow elk hunts require hunters to be prepared physically to ride horses and hike. Please practice shooting well in advance of your hunt. Plan on shots of 200-350 yards.