Elk & Deer
Deer & Antelope
No refunds on deposits for bear or lion.
Extra days add $300 per day.
$1000 or 2
Additional Doe/Fawn Deer
Hunter Safety card required for anyone born after January 1, 1966.
50% required on Elk hunt after license draw. Elk applications need to be put in the mouth of Jan. draw time is around Feb 22.
35% deposit plus license fees due at time of booking.
Deposit is non-refundable after license is issued.
License fees are not included in cost of hunt. All applications are due before March 15th.
Early Antelope starts Aug. 15th fro three day hunts.
Archery hunts: September 1st-30th.
Rifle hunts: October 1st-November 30th.
Two hunters per guide.
Elk hunts are 1-on-1, no more than 2 per week during archery, no more than 4 per week during rifle.
Hunt elevation is between 3000-7000 ft.
Tax & Discount Information
Discounts are available for husband/wife, father/son, etc.
Discounts are available for parties of 4 or more.
Visa and MasterCard accepted.
Our custom built, five bedroom lodge nestled at the foot of the Bighorn Mountains provides your own lap of luxury with your rustic Wyoming hunting experience. The lodge has full dining services and a shooting range at your disposal right out the front door. We have built a new cabin for are three day antelope hunts. Click here for more information about our lodge.
Hunting Accommodations Include:
Transportation of meats and mounts to processing plant or taxidermist
Two hunters per guide
No hidden costs
We can make arrangements to pick you up at the Sheridan, Wyoming airport if you plan to fly
NO PICKUP IN BILLINGS, MT
Interstate 90 West
Take Exit 14 - turn left off of ramp and go under I90 and then turn right onto RT 345
Take Rt 345 6-7 miles and between mile marker 13 and 14 and take County Rd. 97 on right
Take County Rd. 97 for two miles and WFO lodge is the first place on the right
If coming from Billings MT
Take the Ranchester Exit turn right go down the hill turn left on RT 345 go 3miles to county road 97 it will be on your left. On 97 go 2 miles lodge will be first place on your right two gray gates with a V turn in off the county road
Special Items REQUIRED
Hunter Safety card
Rifle and ammunition: 243 caliber or larger sighted for 200 yards
Fluorescent orange jacket, vest or hat
8 or 10 power binoculars
Lightweight hiking boots
Quiet snow gaiters if later in the month
Knife, range finder
Rain gear highly recommended
Wyoming’s Finest Outfitters also offers taxidermy services by Rimrock Taxidermy. Your guide or a local meat locker will cape your animal. You may donate your meat for the price of de-boning.