More Antelope Than People

Wyoming has more antelope than people. In fact, Wyoming has more antelope than the total of all other western states and Canadian Provinces that have antelope populations.


This well respected Wyoming outfitter operates on large private ranches in the central and eastern regions of the state, where he maintains a success rate of nearly 100% and harvests some excellent trophies every season.


They offer a wide variety of hunts, with lodging options including tent camps, lodges and motels. Depending on the ranch, trophy quality ranges from average to exceptional and they even offer a hunt for two (2) bucks.


Draw Rates

License draw rates vary from year to year, but they have many areas that consistently draw at 100% and the availability of leftover tags.



Depending on the ranch and trophy quality, as well as choice of accommodations and 1 or 2 bucks, prices range from $1,995 to $4,495.



Mid-September through October of each year.



2x1 guide service, lodging and all meals for camp or lodge hunts (motel hunts do not include your room or breakfast and supper), airport transfers, field care of trophy and meat.



Resident license cost $37. Regular nonresident antelope licenses are priced at $326 and Special Licenses are priced at $614. Depending on the ranch, we will advise which license you’ll need. The license application deadline is March 15, but many areas have leftover tags available after the drawing. Conservation Stamps are $12.50. Hunter Safety Cards are required if you were born after Jan 1, 1966.



Fly into Casper, WY where you will rent a car and drive to the hunting area.