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Wyoming elk rifle hunt offers high success on 5x5 and 6x6 bulls

If you want to do a back-country hunt for trophy bull elk, call us. This outfitter is one of the few who is authorized to maintain an off-road camp in the Wyoming Range near Afton, Wyoming. Most other outfitters must ride back to roads every night. Feb. 1 is the deadline to apply for Wyoming elk permits.

Hunts.Net Customer Pat O'Brien of Minnesota bowhunted with this outfitter. "This was the best hunt I've ever enjoyed," he said. "I saw lots of elk, including several great bulls, and we had lots of bugling action. Even though I didn't get a bull, I highly recommend this hunt. The outfitter put out every effort to help me score. I couldn't have asked for a better hunt."

The outfitter this year offers three different five-day elk hunts: guided, semiguided and unguided. The guided hunt includes a guide per hunter and all the usual services. A semiguided hunt means you'll ride horses to the hunting area, where the guide will drop you off for the day. A non-guided hunt means you'll ride horses into the main camp, from which you'll hunt on foot with no guide. All three hunts include tent quarters in main camp as well as meals, and your meat will be packed to the trailhead, which is eight miles from camp. We suggest the only experienced, successful elk hunters book the semiguided or non-guided hunts.

Typically hunter success runs from 75 to 80 percent on guided hunts with semi-guided and unguided hunts not doing as well. There are a few big bulls in the area, sometimes exceeding 350 B&C points, but most rifle hunters take average 5x5 and 6x6 bulls.

Click here for details on the outfitter's deer hunt

Note: If you've already drawn a general elk tag in Wyoming for this fall, you can take the 2x1 hunt for $3,500.

Hunt EK4520

Six-day hunts Price per person
Two hunters per guide $4,000
Semi-guided, you'll ride horses to hunting areas daily, then you'll be dropped off $3,000
Non-guided, you'll ride horses into a main camp, from which you'll hunt on foot. $2,500
Hunter success Trophy size
Varies according to hunter ability and luck. Typically 75 to 80 percent. The bigger bulls in this part of Wyoming generally score 330 to 360. Most hunters kill 5x5 and 6x6 bulls.
Licenses Lodging/meals
Must apply by Feb. 1. Special draw offers good odds of getting a tag. Click here for details. Tent camp and meals included
Physical difficulty Season
These mountains are big and steep. You should be in good shape to enjoy this hunt and to maximize your chances.. Typically Oct. 15.
Travel Notes
Fly to Jackson, Wyoming; Salt Lake City, Utah; or Idaho Falls, Idaho; then rent a car and meet the outfitter in the Afton area Only hunters with a great deal of Western mountain hunting experience should consider the semi-guided or unguided hunts