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PRICE LIST 

-All packages include a fully guided one on one hunt, lodging, and meals. 

-License fees, conservation stamp, gratuities, meat processing, taxidermy, and travel to and from base camp not included.

-All hunts require a 50% deposit within 30 days of booking to reserve your hunt. The remaining balance is due before or upon arrival.

-All hunters will receive a contract which must be completed, signed and sent with the deposit.

-Refunds will be given in certain circumstances. Click here to see our refund policy. 

HUNT
# OF DAYS
PRICE
Mountain Lion
7 days
$7,000
Mountain Lion/Cow Elk Combo
7 days
$6,500 + $750 trophy fee
Lion Photography Trip
7 days
$4,000
Antelope
3 days
$2,250
Trophy Deer
5 days
$5,500
Deer
5 days
$4,000
Trophy Bull Elk
6 days
$7,000
Bull Elk
6 days
$5,500
Cow Elk
3 days
$2,500

*Price does not include Wyoming State lodging and sales tax and 3% public land use fee.

*Non-hunting companions $250 + tax per day

Wyoming Non-Resident License Prices

WYOMING NON-RESIDENT
LICENSE PRICE
Conservation Stamp
$12.50
Youth Archery License
$12.00
Archery License
$72.00
Application Fee
$15.00
Mountain Lion
$373.00
Cow/Calf Youth
$100.00
Cow/Calf
$288.00
Elk Youth
$275.00
Elk Special
$1,268.00
Elk
$692.00
Deer Youth
$110.00
Deer Special
$662.00
Deer
$374.00
Antelope Youth
$110.00
Antelope Special
$614.00
Antelope
$326.00

*License prices are subject to change per state of Wyoming 

Wyoming Application Dates & Deadlines

Elk application period: January 4th - February 1st                                    Draw Date: May 20th

Antelope and deer application period: January 4th - June 1st                Draw Date: June 17th

Preference Points ONLY

PLAN FOR YOUR FUTURE HUNT! Preference points are a way to improve your odds of eventually drawing a license in a hard-to-draw hunt area. We strongly recommend anyone planning to hunt in Wyoming, go online each year and purchase preference points for the species you are wanting to hunt. Preference point purchase period: July 1st - November 1st

To apply, for more information, and access to regulations visit Wyoming Game and Fish.

Travel

If your plan is to fly to Wyoming for your hunt the closest airports are either Casper, WY or Billings, MT. Rental vehicles are available at both of these airports for you to drive to our base camp. We will provide you with directions prior to arrival. 

Arrangements can be made for us to pick you up from either airport for an additional charge of $250 per way + tax.

We strongly encourage you to purchase trip insurance.

Rip Cord Rescue Travel Insurance 

Lion Hunting with Hounds in Wyoming
Guided Mountain Lion Hunts in Wyoming with O'Brien Creek Outfitters

Arrivals & Departures 

We request that our guests arrive after 12 pm the day before their hunt. By arriving a day early it give us the opportunity and time to perform gear checks and go to the range to check your rifle. 

Our goal is to provide you with as much hunting time as possible so we suggest leaving the day after your final hunting day by 12 pm. 

If you would like to stay and explore Wyoming more before heading home we can recommend things to do, places to stay, and food to enjoy. 

WHAT TO BRING

We have provided a downloadable checklist of suggested gear and equipment. As always if you have any questions don't hesitate to get in touch with us!

Mountain Lion Hunting with Hounds - O'Brien Creek Outfitters

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Wounding Policy & Game Retrieval


If the unimanginable happens and an animal is wounded we considered it a harvested animal and the hunt is terminated at that time. For this reason, we ask clients to only take shots that they are comfortable with. We would much rather you have a successful shot and hunt rather than a wounded, lost animal. O'Brien Creek Outfitters will make all reasonable efforts to track and/or recover the wounded animal, however, in the case that recovery is not possible O'Brien Creek Outfitters claims NO ethical or financial liability.




Trophy & Meat Care


Rest assured that after harvesting your animal your guide will field dress, quarter, cape, and transport your harvest out of the field to our basecamp. While at basecamp we will provide proper care of your trophey and meat. Once your hunt is over you are responsible for the meat, cape, and antlers. We do not provide taxidermy services, meat processing, boxes, dry ice, or shipping of meat, cape, and/or antlers. If you would like to have your meat processed at a local locker plant we can offer to deliver it for you. If you would like to have your trophey mounted we recommend using our local taxidermists, Stephen Hoadley Taxidermy.




Tipping


In general a tip of 10-15% of your base cost is suggested. If you had an exceptional time and would like to tip more than that, please feel free to do so! Our guides work hard to provide you with a once in a lifetime hunt and are dedicated to making your hunt successful.




Do I need to wear orange?


Yes, Wyoming requires at least one article of fluorescent orange. There is no minimum square inch requirement. Items such as a vest, hat, or sweater satisfy this requirement.




Do I need a Hunter Safety Card?


Anyone born after January 1, 1966 must carry proof of completing a Hunter Safety course.




What is your alcohol/drug policy?


Safety is our top priority. With that being said we do not allow drinking alcohol or drug use while hunting or otherwise until all firearms are unloaded and stored for the day. Detection of alcohol and/or drug use while in the field will be considered grounds for dismissal from the hunt. This determination can be made at the sole discretion of the outfitter and without refund to the client. There are no excuses for the compromised safety of yourself, other clients, or guides. Drinking in the evening is allowed in moderation. Alcohol is not supplied by O'Brien Creek Outfitters.





Wyoming Guided Deer Hunts - O'Brien Creek Outfitters