In order to have a safe and enjoyable hunt below is some basic hunting information you will need to know.

  • Hunter Safety: : You will be required to take a hunter safety course if you were born after January 1st 1966.  If you are going to hunt with us and your age requires a hunters safety course please be aware you must carry valid proof of completing this course before going afield. . If you are in need of this course please contact your local Department of Natural Resources (or equivalent) for available classes and locations.
  • Safety Orange: Big Game hunters in Wyoming must wear, in a visible manner, one or more exterior garments of hunter orange, from the waist up. Nebraska laws require 400 square inches worn in a visible manner.
  • Trophies and Taxidermists: Table Mountain Outfitters are specialists in the handling of trophies. All of our heads are properly caped or frozen to insure they arrive at the taxidermist in excellent condition. We can deliver your trophy to our preferred taxidermist, or prepare it for your favorite taxidermist back home. If you choose to take your trophy home with you, we urge you to make sure your taxidermist does quality work and has examples of the type of animal you are bring to them.
  • Meat Care: You can be assured that your game meat will be properly handled by our experienced guides. We can deliver your meat to a meat processing plant, or quarter it for you to take back home to be processed.

The Table Mountain Difference

  • We personally submit your application to Game and Fish so you’re assured that your application is entered on time and into the correct drawing.
  • All of Table Mountain Outfitters’ hunts are for trophies unless you book otherwise. There are no hidden trophy fees.
  • We use nothing but recent photos and references from our hunts. This gives our clients an up-to-date, honest report concerning our clients’ successes and trophies taken.
  • We are full-time outfitters. We work for you all year, not just a month or two.

Hunting Gear List: What To Bring

  • Sleeping Bag
  • Warm (Goose Down) Jacket
  • Leather Boots
  • Waterproof Boots
  • Any Required Medicines
  • Alarm Clock
  • Underwear
  • Rainwear
  • Fanny or Day Pack
  • Hand Lotion
  • Ammunition or Arrows
  • Ink Pen
  • Long Underwear
  • Towels and Washcloth
  • Fluorescent Orange Hat or Vest
  • Camera and Film
  • Denim Pants
  • Sunglasses
  • Compass
  • Wool or Flannel Shirts
  • Heavy Wool Socks
  • Suntan or Sunscreen Lotion
  • Shaving Gear
  • Hunting Knife
  • Cheesecloth
  • Game Bags
  • Cooler(s)
  • Handkerchiefs
  • Firearm or Bow
  • Chapstick
  • Toothbrush and Toothpaste
  • Flashlight
  • Hunting Licenses and Regulations
  • 70lb. limit for Idaho pack-in hunts

Archery Hunters May Also Consider:

  • Face Paint
  • Camo
  • Gloves
  • Old Heavy Socks for silent stalking
  • Extra bow string
  • Safety Harness
  • Laser Rangefinder

Hunting References

Roland Rheaume
Bud Twitty
Ashley Jenkins
Cyndie Fox
Idaho Cougar/Bear:
Teri & Steve Lancaster
Todd & De McNeilage
Gary Patterson
Bill White
Bob Rogers
Nick McCulley
Mike & Sue Wilmot
Dane Martindell
Steve Scott
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