Guaranteed permits – No drawings required! Obtaining a Shiras moose permit is very difficult these days. One either has to win the lottery through state drawing systems or purchase a landowner tag which can be very hard to come by. We feel very fortunate to get two or three permits every year that we can offer to our clients. Our moose hunts take place on quality ranches which are hunted on a very limited basis and consistently produce 40” to 45” bulls. We usually hunt in late September or early October during the rut when these docile animals are most active, thus ensuring our clients the best opportunity at a trophy bull. We hunt out of a cabin or lodge facility, both of which are nice and very comfortable. These hunts are generally five days and guided one-on-one. If you are interested in a quality Shiras moose hunt, give us call!
TIPS & FACTS
Site your rifle in 1-2″ high at 100 yards. This site in will have the hold point dead on at expected yardages. Expect shots to be 200-350 yards. Practice make the difference.
What do our guides carry on the mountain?: Back Pack, tripod, spotting scope, binoculars, rain gear, 2-3 head lamps, 2-3 knives, small first aid kit, extra jacket.
Weather for August Pronghorn hunts normally? hot and dry. Plan on highs in the 85 degree range, Lows in the 65 degree range.
September & October
Weather for the September/early October bugle elk hunts? Warm days cool nights. Plan on highs in the upper 60″s and lows in the 40’s. Chance of rain increases toward October, maybe even a kiss of snow.
October & November
Weather for the October/November mule deer hunts? Cool and down right cold. Plan on highs in the 50’s and lows dipping to 20’s. In some of the high elevation ranches 1 foot of snow may fall at anytime, although not the norm. Could it get any better than cold and snow in November? Nope!