DEC – FEB
All hunts are 3 days 4 nights
This historic herd of American bison is a direct decedent of the same herd Buffalo Bill Cody once hunted. At the confluence of the North and South Fork Rivers, Buffalo Bill at the age of 21, became a commercial buffalo hunter for the purpose of supplying food for the railroad as our young country expanded west. In just over 1.5 years, Cody successfully harvested over 4,000 bison and was given the name, “Buffalo Bill Cody”, – these bison are lineage to this herd! Still, today, this naturally sustaining herd of bison see no vaccinations or supplemental feeding programs and roam as they did back in 1867 during the time of Buffalo Bill. Cody’s original homestead sits just west of this 3,000 acre estate, which is comprised of some of the most unmanicured, undisturbed, rolling countryside found anywhere in the modern-day Lower 48. Feel free to add in an upland hunt or 2 while you are on your hunt!
This historic destination is now paired with some of the finest accommodations that exist in the adventure travel industry. The lodge itself is worth the trip. An architectural masterpiece filled with natural woods, this venue is warm and inviting. Spectacular rooms with a fantastic social space to reminisce about the day afield, this is a fantastic destination for both individual and corporate travelers looking for the very best. Space is limited, so give WTA a call today to reserve a reservation – 1-800-346-8747.
Meat Buffalo: $6,750
Trophy Buffalo: $9,950
Upland hunt add-on: $300 per day/person (included 7 birds)
Easy: Farm or ranch hunts from stands or blinds. Substantial use of 4x4 pickups, UTVs. Most whitetail deer hunts.
Medium: These hunts are mostly conducted on private ranches. Species include mule deer, elk, antelope, some caribou and African plains game hunts. Moderate to light hiking each day in semi-mountainous terrain.
Hard: These hunts are a true wilderness experience and are usually conducted on horseback, hunting species such as elk, moose, bear, some mountain lion and African Cape buffalo. Difficult to extreme hiking and backpacking can be involved.
Difficult: All sheep hunts, goat, most grizzly and brown bear, some mountain lion and elephant. The terrain and/or animals can involve some dangerous situations. These hunts will probably require extreme physical endurance and some athletic ability.
Airport Pickup and Drop Off, Gratuities.
Meat processing, there is a butcher shop on-site. Basic processing (steaks, roasts, and burger) wrapped frozen and ready for transport $700 per
Private room accommodations
Guests can fly into either North Platte, NE (1.2 hour) or Grand Island, NE (2.5 hour), rent vehicle and drive to the lodge (exact directions to the lodge will be supplied at the time of booking.
There is also an airstrip at the lodge to accommodate private travelers.
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.