Regular Application Deadline – Elk: Jan. 31
Leftover License Draw Opens – Cow Elk: June 19
Wyoming Cow Elk hunting is one the most sought-after meat hunts for migratory and free ranging big game animals.
Our lodge hunts lay within the boundaries of several areas with large herds of cow and calf elk, which allow us easy access and the ability to hunt the best general areas in Wyoming. Our season typically runs from the 1st of November thru the 23rd of November, offering us a wide range of hunting opportunities, such as hunting cows in their migration moving thru transition country and when they finally reach the winter range.
Along with hunting in an area with superior genetics and low pressure, another key to success in an elk hunt is our preseason scouting. Forty-five to sixty days prior to our first hunt, we are glassing with high quality optics in the mornings and evenings, which always prove beneficial to our clients and contributes greatly to the odds of harvesting while on your hunt.
Our hunts take place in Western Wyoming’s high country, with elevations ranging from 6,000 feet to 8,000 feet and over in many cases. You will be hunting alpine bowls, timber areas, cedar breaks and sagebrush plains.