Lone Wolfe, LLC: Hunting Booking Services

Idaho, Arizona-New Mexico-Utah and Wyoming Deer & Elk Hunts


Idaho Deer & Elk Hunts

Nonresident  License  $141.50

Nonresident Elk Tag  $372.50

Nonresident Deer Tag  $258.00

Control hunt deadline
May 31st

Nonresident Bear Tag
$151.75

 

Hunt # 1:

This 7-day ranch hunt is conducted on a large tract of private ground in unit 13. The elk hunting on this ranch is outstanding with this outfitter having a 90% + success rate with several bulls in excess of 300 B&C points. One elk harvested in fall of 1999 officially scored 387 non-typical B&C points. This bull ranks # 5 out of a total of 7 ever recorded in Idaho (see picture in photo gallery). Elk tags are on a draw basis. Accommodations for these hunts will be cabins or a guest ranch house complete with Jacuzzi tub, sauna and big screen TV. White tail deer tags are available over the counter or Mule deer tags on a drawing basis. Hunters will be pursuing White tail bucks in the 140 B&C point class or better. Mule deer bucks are in the 24-29” wide category with deep forks that produce racks as high as they are wide. Bear can be taken for a small additional fee and tags are available on a non draw basis.

Hunt # 1

1 on 2

Kill fee on Bear

7 Day elk/deer combo hunt

$ 8,000

$ 800

5 Day (Mule deer only)

$ 4,500

$ 800

Hunt # 2:

This 7-day ranch hunt is conducted on a smaller tract of private ground in unit 14. The elk hunting on this ranch is good with this outfitter having a 50% to 75% success rate. Elk tags are available over the counter. Accommodations for these hunts will be cabins or a guest ranch house complete with Jacuzzi tub, sauna and big screen TV. There is no White tail deer hunting on the ranch but the ranch backs to national forest where both White tail and Mule deer can be hunted.White tail tags are over the counter and Mule deer tags are on a draw basis. Mule deer success ranks in the 90% plus on bucks that are in the 24-29” wide category with deep forks that produce racks as high as they are wide. Bear can be taken for a small additional fee and tags are available on a non draw basis.

Hunt # 2

1 on 2

Kill fee on Bear

7 Day Elk-Deer combo

$ 5,300

$ 800

5 Day (Mule deer only)

$ 4,500

$ 800

Hunt # 3:

These hunts are designed for the serious White tail hunter and are conducted during the November rut. These ranch hunts are conducted on large tracts of private ground. Hunters will be pursuing white tail bucks in the 140 + B&C point class or better. These tags are available over the counter. This hunt alone has aired 9 times on TNN Outdoors with Buckmasters founder Jackie Bushman and twice on Realtree Outdoors with Realtree Camouflage originator Bill Jordan (see picture in photo gallery).

Hunt # 3

1 on 3

3 Day / 5 Day Nov. White tail hunt

$ 2,800 / 3,800

Hunt # 4:

This hunt is located in an area between the beautiful Selway and Lochsa rivers.  This hunt is an 8-day September fly in Bugle hunt in unit 17.  From the airstrip a 3-hour horseback ride takes you deep into the backcountry.  This hunt will consist of elk calling and spot and stalk methods of hunting.  Hunters will be hunting in country ranging in elevation from 2700 to 7200 feet therefore physical fitness will be a factor in your success.  Camps consist of wall tents complete with carpet flooring, wood and propane heat and cots with foam pads for your comfort.

Hunt # 4

1 on 2

Semi-Guided

8 Day Fly In Elk Hunt (plus $350 flying fee)

$ 4,500

$ 2,850

Hunt # 5:

This hunt is located in an area between the beautiful Selway and Lochsa rivers.  This hunt begins with a 3 and a half-hour horseback ride into the backcountry of unit 12.  This 8-day hunt will consist of elk calling and spot and stalk methods of hunting.  Hunters will be hunting in country ranging in elevation from 2700 to 7200 feet therefore physical fitness will be a factor in your success. Camps consist of wall tents complete with carpet flooring, wood and propane heat, and cots with foam pads for your comfort. One other hunting method being offered is a semi-guided hunt having one guide for four to six clients.  The guide will be available for the morning hunt and reserves his afternoon for camp chores, meal preparation, etc.  On this hunt, hunters will pitch in with camp chores, which lowers the cost of the hunt.  These are done a group basis so you are able to hunt with your own party exclusively.

Hunt # 5

1 on 2

Semi-guided

8 Day Pack in Elk hunt

$ 4,500

$ 2,850

Hunt # 6:

This archery hunt in September is a ranch hunt on private ground for large White tails. Accommodations for these 5-day hunts will be cabins or a guest ranch house complete with Jacuzzi tub, sauna and big screen TV.  This outfitter begins patterning the bucks in the spring and summer with long range optics and will have stands and well-planned strategies in place long before the hunting season begins.

Hunt # 6

1 on 2

5 Day Archery Hunt

$ 2,850

Hunt # 7:

This September archery hunt is located in an area between the beautiful Selway and Lochsa rivers. This hunt begins with a 3 and a half-hour horseback ride into the backcountry of unit 12. This 6-day hunt will consist primarily of elk calling during the rut. Hunters will be hunting in country ranging in elevation from 2700 to 7200 feet therefore physical fitness will be a factor in your success. Camps consist of wall tents complete with carpet flooring, wood and propane heat and cots with foam pads for your comfort.

Hunt # 7

1 on 2

Semi-guided

6 Day Archery Elk hunt

$ 4,000

$ 2,700


Arizona,New Mexico Elk Hunts
Arizona, Nevada, Utah Deer Hunts

The majority of the Elk and Deer hunting in Arizona are on a draw system for both residents and non-residents alike. Drawing an Elk tag in Arizona is difficult but worth the wait when you do finally draw. Arizona has a bonus point system that when a hunter keeps their license (vs. turning it back in for a refund if not successful) they accrue a bonus point. I advise all my clients to not only apply but also keep this license to accrue the bonus point if they desire to hunt in Arizona. This is one state where keeping your license definitely pays off. Arizona has some of the finest hunting country for trophy potential species. The elk herds in Arizona are at an all time high and their elk management program is second to none.

(((Contact me if you need help applying for either elk or deer tags. If you have drawn an Elk tag in one of the following units 1, 3B, 3C, 4B, 8, 9,10, 23, 27 contact me as soon as possible as outfitters fill up quickly on a first come first serve basis.)))

Arizona Elk Hunt # 1

Nonresident License $113.50

Nonresident Elk Tag $405.00

Nonresident Deer Tag $130.50

Control hunt Deadline June 15

  1. Camps are comfortable wall tents, accessible by four wheel drive vehicles. This outfitter/guide has extensive knowledge of the following exceptional hunting units 1, 8, 9,10,. Many elk in the 300 to 350 B&C point system have been harvested from these units with several in the 350 to 400 B&C. The extensive scouting of these units in the off season help to make these hunts successful. The early rifle hunts are extremely successful but are very difficult to draw. This outfitter sees and shoots more elk during the archery season while the elk are in the rut making this their most favorite hunts. The muzzleloader hunt in AZ is also a great hunt. The rut in AZ peaks out the last week of September to the first week of October. The methods used in hunting Elk vary from bugling and cow calling during the rut hunts to spot and stalk during the later season. See some of the fine bulls harvested in the photo gallery.(photo gallery)

    AZ Archery Rut Hunt # 1

    September

    1 on 1

    2 on 1

    8 Day premium 1 on 1

    6 Day Archery Elk Rut hunt

    $ 5,000

    $ 4,000

    $ 6,750

    AZ Late Bull Rifle Hunt # 1

    November

    1 on 1

    2 on 1

     

    6 Day Rifle Elk hunt

    $ 5,000

    $ 4,000

     

     

    AZ. Muzzleloader Rut Hunt # 1

    $ 5,000 (1 on 1)

    5 day Elk Rut Hunt (Late Sept.)

    $ 5,000 (1 on 1) $ 4,000 (2 on 1)

    AZ. 6 Day Early Bull Rifle Rut Hunt # 1

    $ 5,000 (1 on 1) $ 4,000 (2 on 1)

    6 day Rifle Elk Hunt (Late Sept.)

    $ 5,000

    Arizona Deer Hunt # 1

    1. The Kaibab Plateau as well as the Arizona Strip has long been known as two of the top areas in the country to take a trophy mule deer. Unit's 13B and 12A offer the client the best opportunity of harvesting a trophy deer. Camps are comfortable wall tents, accessible by four wheel drive vehicles. These hunts take place in late October and November. Spot and stalk is the hunting method used. Hunters are encouraged to be in good physical condition. Depending on type of species desired and tag drawn, Mule deer can be in the 140 to 170+ B&C point category and some deer with racks over 30 inches wide. Many Coues deer are over 100 B&C points. (photo gallery)

    Arizona Deer Hunt # 1

    Rates/Ratio

    6 Day Kaibab Mule Deer Hunt Nov. 16 - 21

    $ 5,000 (1 on 1) $ 4,000 (2 on 1)

    Arizona Strip units 13A / 13B 7 Day Trophy Mule Deer Hunt

    $ 5,000 (1 on 1)

     

    New Mexico Elk Hunt # 1

    1. The areas hunted in New Mexico are primitive weapons hunts including the first Muzzleloader hunt-taking place in the middle of October. Units 15A and 15B are excellent units to hunt if drawn. It is a post rut hunt with some rutting and bugling during the first couple of days. Camps are comfortable wall tents, accessible by four wheel drive vehicles. These hunts take place in late October and November. This hunt is a draw hunt but there are several landowner tags available at times if a client fails to draw. These landowner tags cost approximately $3,500. These tags are on a limited number basis. If you want a guaranteed hunt the outfitter can secure a landowner tag before the draw with a $3,500 deposit. If you are drawn this tag will be sold and you will not be charged for it. Hunt prices same as Arizona prices.

     

    Nevada Deer Hunt # 1

    1. This hunt takes place in the central-eastern Nevada units 221,223,231,241. Camps are comfortable wall tents or motel accomidations, accessible by four wheel drive vehicles. These hunts take place in late October and November. Spot and stalk is the hunting method used. Hunters are encouraged to be in good physical condition. Mule deer can be in the 140 to 170+ B&C point category and some deer with racks over 30 inches wide. This hunt is a draw hunt but there are several landowner tags available at times if a client fails to draw with a cost of approximately $4,500. These tags are on a limited number basis. Archery season runs in late August and early September. Muzzle loader season runs during September. Contact me to apply using the outfitter draw deadline in Mid March. This greatly improves your odds of being drawn.

Nevada Mule Deer Hunt # 1

1 on 1

5 Day Rifle Mule Deer Hunt

$ 5,000

5 Day Muzzleloader Mule Deer Hunt

$ 5,000


Wyoming Deer Hunts

Please see our listing of Wyoming Deer hunts by clicking HERE.




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