Wyoming's High Plains Antelope
These hunts are operated by one of our favorite Wyoming outfitters and takes place on large private ranches in the southeastern corner of the state. Success rates are consistently very high and the trophy quality is very good, with most heads scoring in the mid to high 70's. Accommodations and excellent home-style meals are provided in a new lodge, just on the outskirts of town. This outfitter always receives great reviews from our clients and you just can't go wrong booking a hunt with him. 299
$2,295 (2x1) for a 3-day hunt
$1,000 extra for (1x1)
Lodging Tax $12.15 & Food Tax $4.32
Archery - August
Rifle - October
Fly to Cheyenne, WY., or Denver, Colo., and rent a car. Directions to lodge will be provided
Approximate License & Tag(s) Cost
Subject to change:
Wyoming licenses are on a computer draw. State application deadline is May 31st. Antelope license is $629 for the special license. Outfitter will submit applications. This area of Wyoming usually draws 100%. A hunter safety card is required if born after Jan. 1, 1966. Archery license is $72 and conservation stamp is $15.50, both can be purchased over the counter.
Physical Requirement Level
Level 1 - These hunts are mostly farm or ranch hunts from stands or blinds. Includes substantial use of 4x4 pickups and/or ATVs. Mostly whitetail deer hunts are in this category.