A True Wyoming Experience

Hunt With Us

Jackson Hole is home to some of the finest big game hunting on earth, where hunters have the opportunity to pursue animals in their natural habitat. Our experienced and fully-licensed guides will lead you and your party in search of cow elk, bull elk, moose, sheep, mule deer, antelope, and bear. See our hunting rates page for season and pricing information.

Our camp is located along the Wyoming/Idaho border approximately 18 miles west of Jackson Hole. We are at the south end of the Grand Teton Mountain Range within Bridger Teton National Forest. Our camp is accessible by 4-wheel drive, another advantage. If we are not finding game readily available, we can load hunters and horses up and drive to a different hunting location within a short period of time.

First-Class Gear & Guides

The outfit is very well set up with some of the best equipment, tack and horses readily available. For comfort, you’ll sleep in spacious wall tents equipped with wood stoves, cots, pads & covered floors. You’ll be served hearty meals inside our comfortable dining tent.

We furnish airport pickup & return, guides, cook, meals, horses, rifle scabbards, saddle bags & tack. We will see that your game gets to the processing plant & airport when needed. You furnish hunting license and $11.00 conservation stamp and a $11.00 Special Management Permit for elk hunters, sleeping bag, rifle, ammunition, binoculars, fluorescent orange cap, or hat cover, meat processing, taxidermy and shipping, transportation or air fare to and from Jackson.


Some further suggestions are sunglasses, flashlight, camera, any personal medications, wool or insulated shirts & pants, heavy & light coat, warm waterproof hiking/riding boots with some ankle support, wool socks, gloves or mittens, thermal underwear and rain gear.

We do six-day hunts with a maximum of eight hunters in camp at one time. We furnish 1 guide per every 2 hunters. Operating this way helps to ensure a higher success rate and allows larger parties to book the entire camp. We have not found that any certain week is better than another; each has its own advantage. The actual rutting season for elk runs from opening in early September usually through the first part of October. Idaho hunting opens in mid-October pushing the game back over to us for a mid season boost. Exact season dates are not set until May of each year.