Outfitter # 445

Wyoming Horseback Elk Hunt

WTA TAGS
Draw
Required

Description

Jackson Hole Wyoming is the home of the National Elk Refuge that was established in 1912. If you have ever had the chance to visit this amazing place you will know the amazing amount of elk that call this area home.  Settled underneath the Grand Teton Nation Park the views are just as impressive as the hunting.  This camp is located just 18 miles west of Jackson Hole and is on the south end of the Grant Teton Mountain Range within the Bridger Teton National Forest. The Camp is accessible by 4-wheel drive, but is located a few miles behind a locked gate, that makes the access for the un-guided public land hunter very difficult. WTA TAGS is excited to offer a true western horseback style elk hunt fully outfitted with spacious wall tents equipped with wood stoves, cots, pads & covered floors. You'll be served hearty old west style cowboy recipes inside our comfortable dining tent.

These hunts can also be a planned for a combination hunt with Elk and Mule Deer. If you are looking for a true wilderness experience, and would like a chance at both species while you are hunting then give us a call today at WTA TAGS 1-800-755-8247 and talk to a consultant about applying for these amazing hunts.

Average number of points to draw these permits is 1 point for each species in the special category.

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Price

2018

$5,000 2x1 

$6,500 1X1

*Hunt cost does not include 3.5% forrest service usage fee

Dates

Archery- Mid Sept.

Rifle- Sept. 26-Oct.31

Accomodations

Wall Tents

Included

airport pickup & return, guides, cook, meals, horses, rifle scabbards, saddle bags & tack.

Excluded

Airfare, gratuities, license, personal items

Transportation

Fly to Jackson WY where you will be met and transferred to camp

Approximate License & Tag(s) Cost

$1283- Elk, $677- Mule Deer - Computer draw – deadline early February for Elk and deadline late May for Deer. Contact WTA TAGS for professional application assistance 1-800-755-TAGS(8247)

Physical Requirement Level

Level 3 - These hunts are a true wilderness experience and are usually conducted on horseback, while hunting species such as elk, moose, bear; also, some mountain lion and African Cape buffalo. Difficult to extreme hiking and backpacking can be involved.

Additional Information
Approach: Spot and Stalk.
Equipment: Horseback.

Average number of points to draw these permits is 1 point for each species in the special category.

Best to plan this hunt at least one year in advance in order to purchase necessary points required to draw both permits.

Call WTA TAGS to talk to a consultant about applying for these points and planning this hunt. 1-800-755-8247