High in the Wyoming wilderness, just outside of the boundaries of the spectacular Yellowstone National Park, a stream divides. Half flows to the Atlantic and half to the Pacific. It is truly top of the world. Here where the game trails meet and the streams divide, this fabulous Wyoming camp promises the finest hunting in the country. The outfitter is a seasoned hunter with years of experience and exceptional success rate. Also a Wyoming rancher, this outfitter offers some of the finest opportunities for antelope and mule deer in the lower Cody County ranchlands. Hunts for bighorn sheep, trophy elk, mule deer, and antelope are available to suit the discriminating hunter.
This high country camp is located twenty-five miles horseback into the Teton Wilderness area from the Buffalo Valley near Moran, Wyoming. The resident elk herd is hunted throughout the season and elk migration to the Jackson Hole elk refuge is picked up in late October, November and December. Hunting success in this high country camp speaks for itself with an annual 85% plus success ratio. Sitting in the middle of approximately one hundred square miles of prime elk, deer and moose habitat gives the serious hunter the best opportunity possible to harvest the game animal of choice.
Wind River Range
At an elevation of 7,300 feet, this lodge is located in the heart of the Bridger National Forest in the Wind River Range of the Rocky Mountains. This outfitter has been in business since 1982 and with the success here will be around a lot longer. Their ten year average on 5x5 or better elk stands at 80% (93% in 2000). Herds are on the increase here which in turn increases your opportunities. Deer are very numerous here and there are some tremendous bucks in the area. Average success rates are in the mid 60 percent range and 1999 produced a magnificent 8x8 buck. Hunts take place out of the lodge which offers you fine accommodations as well as, meals and hospitality.
A spike camp is also available and is located twelve miles from the lodge at 9,800 feet. It is used primarily for elk hunting and rounds out the hunting area at over 100 square miles not used by any other outfitter. Hunts at the spike camps take place from September 20 until October 10 when weather conditions usually move the elk down to the ranch area. Moose and antelope hunts round out the hunts offered at the lodge.