Wyoming Antelope, Mule Deer,
Whitetail Deer and Elk Hunts
State of Wyoming license # BG-166
|What To Bring
Conservation Stamp - Make sure license
and stamp are signed. They should be
carried and in your possession at all
times while hunting or fishing.
Rifle - 270,
30-06, 25-06, 7MM are all good calibers.
Expect shots from 50 yards to 300 yards
. Whatever the caliber, know your gun!
Get out and Shoot! Bring adequate
ammunition for firearms.
Gear/Clothing - This list could go on
forever, but crucial items are warm
clothes that can be put on in layers as
temperatures fluctuate; two pairs of
boots and some sort of rain gear is
necessary, cap or hat with ear flaps,
lightweight & warm gloves. Rifle hunters
need blaze orange safety wear.
Binoculars - As
this is fairly open country, you can
locate game with a good pair of
binoculars. Spotting scopes are also a
Kit - Make sure you have items with you
at all times; compass, fire starting
material, knife, folding saw, space
blanket, orange ribbon for marking trail
down to game, flashlights and rope. Cell
phones will work in most of the areas
that you will be hunting, but are not
- snacks; items to carry with you while
hunting; first aid items (we have a
first aid box in camp); cold/flu
medications come in handy; flashlights;
cameras; game bags and a cow call or
bugle if you are familiar with their
The weapon you choose for your hunt is a
personal choice, however, we cannot
stress enough to practice, practice,
practice. The hunt is not a good time to
find out you cannot shoot accurately.
P.O. Box 637, Buffalo, WY 82834
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