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First Class-Archery & Crossbow Trophy Mule Deer In Wyoming

Outfitter #43
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$8,000
Species:
Location:
Wyoming
Method:
Archery, Crossbow
Dates:

Sept.1-30

This hunt takes place in the southwest corner of Wyoming right on the Utah border. The 100,000+ acre private ranch holds an abundant population of mule deer, some of which will even turn the head of the most discriminating sportsmen – just look at some of pictures. WTA TAGS has worked with this outfitter for several years with great success. You can expect to glass dozens of deer every day. Hunter success is usually 90% each year on bucks scoring 160″-180″ with the occasional 200” plus being taken. The archery season has proven itself to be the best time to hunt big deer on the ranch. If you are not currently a bowhunter please note that crossbows can be used during archery season. The use of crossbows will allow any hunter to do this hunt without years of a preperation with a traditional or compound bow.  ATV’s, Polaris rangers, and 4×4 pickups are used to access the property where you and your guide will spend the mornings and evenings glassing. A gorgeous three-story log lodge will be your home during the hunt and outstanding meals will be the order of the day. These high success hunts can be hunted with as little as one preference point.

“This private ranch has to be one of the best kept secrets for trophy mule deer. The caliber of deer that continually come off this property is absolutely astounding. Couple this with world-class accommodations and you will be hard-pressed to find a better destination to hunt this amazing animal. Best part – drawing a tag is easy, unlike most high-quality mule deer units across the west, this tag can be drawn in one to two years.”

WTA TAGS TEAM

If you are looking for a 5 star location for trophy mule deer call WTA TAGS today to talk to a consultant about applying for this amazing mule deer hunt.

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Pricing Details

Archery (5 day hunt):

  • $8,500 (1×1)
  • $8,000 (2×1)

License & Tag(s) Cost (approximate)

Contact WTA TAGS for professional application assistance 1-800-755-8247

Deer license (regular) $389; (special) $677

Conservation stamp $15.50

Archery license $72

Inclusions

Bedding, Boot-Dryer, Fireplace, Freezer, Guide, In-Field Transportation, Infield Trophy Care, Lodge, Lodging, Meals, Pillow, Satellite, Towel, TV, Washer / Dryer, Wi-Fi

Guide, lodging, all meals, in field trophy care

Exclusions

Airfare, Airport Pickup and Drop Off, Gratuities, Shipping of Meat/Trophy

Travel, license, gratuity, personal items

Accommodations

Lodge

Transportation

Fly to Salt Lake City, UT where you will rent a vehicle and drive to Evanston, Wyoming and proceed to the ranch

Hunt Style

Physical Level:

Easy: Somewhat easy walking when it comes to physicality. Minimal walking or hiking and terrain is very accessible. Mostly hunting from blinds or tree stands.

Moderate: Physicality is somewhat moderate to advanced. Spot and stalk method of hunting as well as some hunting from blinds. Terrain can vary from prairies to mountains at higher elevations.

Difficult: Requires an advanced degree of physical endurance. Terrain is typically more mountainous and hunting can take place at higher elevation.

Extreme: Most difficult and physically demanding hunts. Requires advanced to extreme endurance and terrain or game pursued may involve dangerous situations.

Moderate
APPROACH:
Spot and Stalk

Trip Requirements

All participants must read rules and regulations pertaining to method of take and be within the state/country’s guidelines. WTA is not responsible for failure to meet any state/country requirements.
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