NE Wyoming Elk Hunt
Hunt the deep cedar draws for Powder River Elk
What to Expect
Our Five day elk hunts take you into the deep cedar draws of the Powder River country. These hunts can be intense, leaving by 5:30 am and sometimes not returning to the lodge until after dark.
We generally spot and stalk from ATV or small 4 wheel drive trucks. Usually glass and watch animal bed down for the day and then make a stalk on it during the evening hunt.
Spend lots of time glassing so having the best optics, footwear and socks is critical. Be sure that your boots are broke in before arriving!
There is NO trophy fee for elk.
We Live Where We Hunt
We offer 100,000 acres of hunting ground of which 70,000 acres we run cattle on and are there year round so we know the wildlife and their patterns.
The other acres are our neighbors, so we are familiar with the land, and how the animals flow from our side of the fence over to theirs and back.
We live and work cattle here every day we are in the field, seeing the wildlife, learning the circles they make, where they like to shade up and bed down, where they like to water at etc.
We believe in conservation and managing the animals we hunt, that’s why we have a strict management policy of taking only bulls that are over 3 years old. More about our policies, here.
About Your Hunt
Home style hospitality
The lodge was built in 2016. It is a metal pole barn type building, with three bedrooms and four bathrooms. Leather couches, Smart TV, wifi, washer and dryer, kitchen.
Two of the rooms have a queen bed and a twin bed, a bathroom with shower, sink and toilet.
The third bedroom is a dorm style room with two king beds and two twin beds, and its own bathroom with shower, sink, and toilet.
The rooms have large closets to hang items, gun racks, coat racks, towels, and bedding all provided.
A maximum of 10 clients in the lodge at any given time.
Breakfast Bar: Cereal, toast, yogurt, fruit, breakfast burritos and microwavable breakfast sandwiches. Coffee, Juice, Milk, Water.
Dinner: Always homemade meals complete with salad, a vegetable, a bread, and a desert made daily.
Marcie loves to cook and nobody ever leaves here hungry.
Client is responsible for packing their own food and drinks for the day. The guide will have an iced down cooler with extra drinks in it, but remember you might end up stalking miles away from the rig so always plan accordingly before leaving the rig.
Build your own sandwich with choices of deli meats and cheeses in the lodge fridge, or just load up on snacks, such as chips, trail mix, jerky, mixed nuts, fruit, candy bars, granola bard etc. all provided.
If you are tagged out and around camp all day a crock pot of soup or chili will always be going, or the leftovers from dinner the night before will also be stored in the lodge fridge for people to pop in the microwave. Water, soda, Gatorade all provided.