Trophy Mule Deer Hunts:
The area we hunt is famous for and offers some of the best Trophy Mule Deer hunting in the world.
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This region of western Wyoming has all the ingredients for growing trophy class bucks: genetics, ample vegetation, high mountain basins, natural winter range and the necessary cover and hidey-holes that allow bucks to reach their maturity.
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Much of the area in which these trophy bucks live is also very remote and rugged. We encourage each hunter to prepare physically, increasing the opportunity of harvesting a trophy class deer. Each morning you and your guide will ride horseback well before daylight to the desired hunting area for that day. From here a good part of our hunting will be done on foot. We spend much of the day moving from various vantage points glassing the valleys and hillsides for that trophy buck of a lifetime. Spot and stalk is our most effective method for taking trophy bucks. Rifle season begins Sept. 15 and goes through Oct. 6. This gives you the chance to hunt these monster bucks in the high mountain basins that they call home.
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The 2013 deer season was one to remember. This was one of the snowiest deer seasons many could remember, but it produced several real nice bucks that Wyoming is known for. The snow, cold and wet weather made for some prime buck hunting conditions. The season started off slow with only 1 buck taken on opening day but quickly picked up and by day 3 we had some trophy class bucks on the ground. On day three Rick Bontempo took a great trophy buck and when we approached it he slapped me on the back and said, "This is what I came to Wyoming for." Spirits began to raise and the rest of the season only got better as more big deer were found and harvested. We would like to thank the entire group of 2013 deer hunters that hunted with us. They were all great guys. Good shots were made and positive attitudes were kept even while riding and hiking through rain, snow, mud and sleet. Congratulations to everyone.
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The 2012 deer season was the one to go home with a buck that everyone comes to Wyoming looking for. A light winter and early spring gave western Wyoming bucks a huge jump on horn growth and it showed this fall. Our scouting paid off and we were able to connect on several awesome bucks but it was also the year of “the big one that got away”. We had 2 bucks that were both as big a deer as we have ever had the privilege of hunting get away. One was missed several times opening morning the other was unfortunately wounded, but hopefully lived as he was spotted 10 days later in elk season. Several other real nice bucks were seen or stalked but luck was on their side and they made it for another season. For those fortunate to make their shots count it was one heck of a great year.
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Contact Info:
Dustin Childdlchild@wyoming.com
P.O. Box 1306 License #BG114
Afton, WY 83110 Permitted by:
Phone: (307) 270-7014 or (307) 360-7102 Bridger-Teton National Forest

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