It is customary to tip 10% of the hunt price for your guide. The best time to tip is at the end of your hunt, directly to your guide. Cooks customarily receive somewhere between $100-$300 from each hunter. Tipping is a very personal subject and should be based on the level of service you receive from the staff.
Do I need to have hunter safety?
Hunter safety is required for all hunters born after January 1, 1966 and all Wyoming licenses must have a conservation stamp prior to hunting.
Can I bring my dog with me?
We love dogs, but our camps are both located on working ranches with livestock at-large around camp. In addition, we have rat poison out around the buildings. We do not have the facilities to allow your pets to be comfortable and safe, so we ask that you make arrangements to leave them at home.
Can I bring a guest with me on my hunt?
Non-hunter guests are welcome for an additional $200/day, which can be paid upon arrival. If you plan to bring a guest, please let us know when you book your hunt so we make sure we plan appropriately.
How many points does it take to draw a non-resident Area 7 Elk tag?
In 2022, 13 points were required for 100% draw. Call us to talk more about points and applications. We tell everyone to apply because Wyoming holds a portion of the non-resident tags for a random draw and we have a couple of hunters every year who draw on the random.
What are the physical requirements of an elk hunt?
Our elk hunts are done on foot. We take side-by-sides from camp to a designated parking area on the mountain and then walk from there, no matter the weather conditions. The terrain is uneven and varies from rolling hills to steep rocks. We hunt to your abilities, but to get the most out of your hunt, you should be comfortable walking on uneven ground (rocks, grass, brush, etc.) with a pack and your rifle. If you have concerns, please call and talk to us because we're happy to do what we can to accommodate your needs.