We would like all applications sent to us so we can check them for
errors, make sure the correct hunting area is requested and personally
submit them to the Wyoming Game & Fish Department. If you prefer just
call us and we will help you fill out your application over the phone.
Any other type of information you might need such as harvest
information, drawing odds, regulations and maps is available on the
Wyoming Game and Fish Web Site. All non resident big game licenses are
issued by a random computer drawing. Our hunt areas have had leftover
licenses for the last several years, so our clients have had a 100% draw
Predicting the weather in Wyoming
is very difficult, so you should be prepared for any type. Early in
September, the days are in the 60s and 70s, with lows at night in the
40s. In the later part of September, October and November, be prepared
for highs in the 50s and 60s, with lows in the 20s and 30s. In October
and November, snow is a strong possibility.
For hunters who fill their licenses early, we offer excellent bird,
small game and predator hunting at no extra charge. On many of our
hunts there are excellent opportunities to fish top-rated waters.
Inquire about extra activities when you are deciding which hunt to book.
Be assured that your game meat will be properly handled by our
experienced guides. In our entire history, regardless of weather
conditions, we have never lost any meat to spoilage. We can deliver
your meat to one of the meat processing plants in the area.