big game

Apply Now For A 2020 Wyoming Deer Or Antelope Hunt

The application window for 2021 deer and antelope hunts in Wyoming is now open and we are almost completely booked!!  What does that mean for you? It means you need to act quickly if you want to Come live THE LIFE with us in Wyoming this fall! WHERE TO BEGIN? First, you need to book with

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Make The Most Of Your Harvest With These Great Recipe Resources

By Zach Lazzari The Wyoming big game season is over and our hunters are loaded with meat for the year. Make the most of that wild game meat by experimenting with new recipes. There are plenty of excellent cookbooks and online resources to really expand your palate and turn that high quality protein into mouth

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Wyoming Antelope Hunt

The American pronghorn is a completely unique species, found only in North America. They’re not related to African antelope, or any American cervids like deer or elk. In fact, “antelope” as we refer to them colloquially, are the only horned animal that sheds its horns annually. This one-of-a-kind creature is fast, has excellent vision, and

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2019 Antelope

The Wyoming antelope and mule deer draw results have hunters excited for the big game season in Wyoming. If you drew a tag this year, congratulations! We are looking forward to living THE LIFE with you this year. Now that draw results have been announced, hunters can gear up and start preparing for the trip.

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Mule Deer in Wyoming

By Zach Lazzari & Ryan McSparran From the Red Desert to the Black Hills, and from the high Rockies to the sagebrush prairies, Wyoming’s rugged landscapes provide the backdrop for some incredible mule deer hunting. The state has populations that migrate across long, historic routes. Wyoming is also home to resident populations occupying a home

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If you ask most of our hunting guides for their advice on being prepared for your next Wyoming hunt, it usually boils down to two things. First, practice with your weapon. And second, do your best to get in shape. In an upcoming article, we will talk more about shooting. But first, we want to

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