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Description: This outfitter offers exclusive hunting privileges on over 100,000 deeded acres in Utah, extending into Colorado. Hunt this outfitter’s family ranch, which was homesteaded in the mid 1800’s, along with the neighboring working cattle ranches. Not only experience the thrill of pursing the majestic mountain lion through the Rocky Mountains, but also witness symbols of the American West. From Indian artifacts, outlaw history and the country western atmosphere, you are treated like friends and family! With the use of this deeded ground, along with Forest Service and BLM permits on neighboring properties, this outfitter runs nearly 100% success.
Accommodations: This outfitter offers full-service lodges and camp trailers, where you will be served breakfast, dinner and provided with a sack lunch for midday or return to camp for lunch. Keep in mind that when staying in a cabin or camp trailer in the winter months we will not have running water. They limit camps to avoid overcrowding but still allow for plenty of camaraderie. Practice targets will be available to keep you tuned up for that chance at a trophy.
Transportation/Getting there: hunters who fly will have several airports to choose from including Rocks Springs, Wyoming, Salt Lake City, or Vernal Regional Airport. Hunters who drive will meet in Vernal, Utah.
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Rates: 5 Day Hunt (1x1) - $5500 per person
*extra days are $600 per day
Dates: Utah cats can be hunted year round. Flexible dates for hunts, options include one of the following:
-Hunter can choose to be on an "on call basis" and be called to come when hunting conditions are prime
-Hunter can choose a date anytime from November 1st - May 5th
Included: lodging and meals, guiding (1x1) and professionally trained dogs, and trophy prep of game taken
Not Included: airfare and transportation to camp, hunting licenses, meat processing, taxidermy, and tips/gratuities
Approximate license cost: Over the counter tags available for purchase in Utah and Colorado. Non-resident cougar permit $258, hunting license - $58 or combination license (good for 365 days) - $80
*Cougar license must be purchased 3 days before your hunt.