Mountain Lion Hunt in Wyoming

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The quoted trip price will exclude Wyoming Game & Fish Department license, Conservation stamp, Special management stamp, Archery permit, County sales tax, National Forest Service fees, BLM fees, Tips, Travel and Personal gear.

Mountain Lion Hunts
General Area 14 & 17 – Winter Lion
Purchase Over the Counter
Requires Conservation Stamp & Wildlife Management Damage Stamp

Season Dates: September 01 –  When Quota is met or March 31

Lodge Hunt
7-day | 1-on-1 and hounds…

A 50% deposit of the value of your hunt will reserve your dates for the year you are successful in the license draw – (non-refundable). Remaining balance of 50% is due 60 days prior to your hunt dates or you may pay with cash the day before your hunt begins.

License Fees and Application Deadlines
Follow this link to the WG&FD Regulations

Nonresident Fees
Acquire anytime | $373.00 + Conservation Stamp $12.50 + Wildlife Management Damage Stamp $10.00.

An applicant must be at least eleven (11) years old at the time of submitting an application to purchase a preference point and must be at least twelve (12) years old by December 31 of that year | All prices are subject to State taxes, 3% Forest Service and/or BLM Use Fee | All are subject to change at any time.

License Fees and Application Deadlines for all trophy game and big game species are set by Wyoming Game & Fish Department, purchased on the WG&FD website, drawn by the WG&FD lottery system or purchased over the counter at a WG&F pre-approved site. We can and recommend that we process your license applications, preference points and etc. as a service to you or you may apply online yourself at: Apply Here

Mountain Lions are hunted during the winter in Wyoming’s mountain ranges. Baiting for lion is illegal in Wyoming.

Hunter harvest within individual hunt areas is regulated through a female mortality quota. Once the quota is reached, the season closes. It is the hunter’s responsibility to determine if an area is still open prior to hunting by calling the Mountain Lion area mortality quota hotline at (800) 264-1280.

Once a lion is harvested, the license holder must present the unfrozen pelt and skull within 72 hours to a local warden or biologist or at any of the WGFD offices during normal business hours for registration and the collection of two premolar teeth.

Mountain Lion hunting in Wyoming is one the most sought after, exciting, free ranging trophy game animals in the world to pursue with hounds.  Mature toms are wary, extremely cagey, and can make for a very challenging hunt.  The mountains and plains of western Wyoming are famous for producing trophy class toms and are home to one of the greatest lion populations in the world.  There are several factors specific to our areas which allow our lions to grow and reach their genetic potential at maturity.   These factors include ample game for them to hunt, outstanding genetics and fabulous habitat. Our Lodge lies within the boundaries of area 14 & 17, which allows us easy access and the ability to hunt some of the best areas in Wyoming for mountain lion.