Game & Fish Elk Area 7 Information Game & Fish Elk Area 123 Information Application | January 2 - February 1 Results via Game & Fish Website | May 20 Regular Tag | $707 Special Permit | $1,283 Youth | $290 Second Draw for Leftover Tags | Application Dates June 21-25 | Results July 8 Preference Point Only | $52 | Application Dates July 1 - November 1
Game & Fish Antelope Information Application | January 2 - June 1 Results via Game & Fish Website | June 17 Regular Tag | $341 Special Permit | $629 Youth | $125 Preference Point Only | $31 | Application Dates July 1 - November 1
Game & Fish Deer Information Application | January 2 - June 1 Results via Game & Fish Website | June 20 Regular Tag | $389 Special Permit | $677 Youth | $125 Preference Point Only | $41 | Application Dates July 1 - November 2
This is the reduced price cow/calf license price. If you select a Cow license (Type 4 or 6) as the second choice on your Type 1 application, you will be charged the full license cost for your cow license
Youth | $115
Over-the-Counter Tag Non-Resident Regular Tag | $373 Resident Regular Tag | $32
Over-the-Counter Tag Non-Resident Tag | $373 Resident Tag | $47
Camp is located about 20 miles from Douglas, Wyoming off of Highway 91, locally known as Cold Springs Road. Camp consists of a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom "bunkhouse" and a separate "cook shack". The cook shack offers a lounge, dining area and kitchen. The outfitter and cook stay on sight in their own 2 bedroom cabin. The bunkhouse offers 3 beds made up with flannel sheets and comfy blankets. You don't need to bring a bedroll, pillow, or towels because we provide those amenities. The bathroom offers a hot shower after a long day of hiking in the cold.
There is no cell service, wifi, or television at camp. You can get cell service in a couple of locations on the mountain if you need to make a call or check your email, or you can drive about 15 minutes towards town to get service.
We provide a hot breakfast every morning, lunch fixin's for you to make your own sack lunch to eat on the mountain, and a home-cooked meal every night. One client described the meals as the type you would have at home if you were having company. If you have dietary restrictions, please let us know when you book your hunt so we can make the appropriate arrangements. We ask that you bring your adult beverage of choice when you come to camp.
Antelope camp is about an hour south and east of Gillette, Wyoming. Camp is located in a remote area on a private ranch. Access is limited to ATVs and 4x4s. Camp sits in the bend of a creek in an isolated valley. There is no cell service or television in camp, but there is cell service once you get up out of the valley. Camp consists of a two bedroom bunkhouse that comfortably sleeps four with a kitchen and dining room in a remodeled granary. A separate bath house and guide quarters make up camp.
We provide beds made up with flannel sheets and comfy quilts. You don't need to bring a bedroll, pillow, or towels because we provide those amenities. We provide a hot breakfast every morning, lunch fixin's for you to make your own sack lunch to eat on your hunt and a home-cooked meal every night. If you have dietary restrictions, please let us know when you book your hunt so we can make the appropriate arrangements. We ask that you bring your adult beverage of choice when you come to camp.
SUGGESTED PACKING LIST
There's a joke about Wyoming weather... if you don't like the weather, wait 5 minutes and it will change. You can expect to experience extreme temperature swings during your hunt. It's common to see days in the 70s, followed by snow, rain, or high winds (or all of that in one day!). Here are some suggestions for gear to bring:
rifle you're comfortable shooting and appropriate ammunition
suppressors are legal for hunting in Wyoming and recommended if available
moisture wicking clothing that can be layered
wool socks - make sure you're comfortable with the weight inside your boots
at least one pair of hunting boots
rain gear that can be carried in your pack
warm jacket and pants
water/wind resistant jacket appropriate for colder weather (it can be as cold as -10º some mornings)
backpack with a water bladder (or room for water bottles) and room for extra layers and gear
shooting sticks or bipod
headlamp with extra batteries
one item of orange clothing (preferably a cap or stocking hat)