Our 2016 Rocky Mountain Elk Hunt was one of our best to date. We had a very high harvest rate on most hunts. We had the ability to show most of our hunters many, many bulls. Some of the bulls were as big as they get for western Wyoming. Even the hunts where we did not punch everyone’s tag were still very successful. Some hunters passed 6 point bulls because they were seeing bigger ones. We had opportunities on and killed several bulls over 300 inches. (more…)
Category: Rocky Mountain Elk
If you have always dreamed of harvesting a Rocky Mountain elk, or bettering the one that you already have, this is the hunt for you. We have a large resident herd of elk with a very high bull to cow ratio. Natural winter range and feed grounds are close by so we are not dependent on migration.
The terrain varies from rolling ridges of quaking aspen and pines to large north slope timber. All Rocky Mountain elk hunting is off of horses. We scout our area ahead of time and have many of our biggest bulls located prior to the season. Our harvest rates are consistently over 90% with 100% opportunity. The season runs from October 1st through the end of the month.
NOTE: We are currently booking elk hunts for 2018.
We have a 2017 waiting list with limited spots available.
What are you waiting for? If you are looking for a hunt for 300-360 class bulls and with the best guides in the business, contact us to book your hunt today! All applications need to be in by the end of January!
Our 2015 Bull Elk season was extremely challenging. The weather was a double edged sword. We started the season with record rainfall in the spring and early summer which added to the spectacular horn growth. We had multiple Bulls over 340, as well as many over 300 inches located in our preseason scouting. Many of our early mule deer hunters commented, “Wow, I need to get an Elk tag for this area!” This was due, of course, to how many spectacular bulls they were seeing. (more…)
Brenda and I have not had the chance to hunt together since starting a family 6 years ago. After hearing the news that Brenda was ready to come out of “hunting retirement”, I did not book any clients for the last week of October, 2014, so that we could test drive a hunt that we are going to be offering beginning 2015. Check out Brenda’s 2014 bull!
Our 2014 elk season was arguably the best elk year we’ve had to date. Although mother nature did not cooperate with the weather, we were still able to harvest a tremendous lineup of bulls. Our continued high bull-to-cow ratio is proving to be a great asset to our hunts. We have some of the best general season hunting in Wyoming currently.
Our archery hunt was “off the chart” successful (more…)
The 2013 elk season for Non-Typical Outfitters produced some tremendous high mountain Wyoming elk hunting opportunities. We harvested some great public land bulls. Our high bull to cow ratio provided everyone with multiple bull opportunities, some hunters had chances at over 20 bulls on their hunt. Everyone may not have seen the big old bull in range, but got to see a lot of elk regardless of the week. (more…)
The season of 2012 was another good year for elk hunting at Non-Typical Outfitters. It was our first year operating our new camp and it was a great success! We started the year with an archery hunt chasing some 340″-350″ class bulls.
One bull in particular we dubbed “Romeo.” We had several close calls with Romeo, but in the end (more…)
The 2011 elk season was a year of great opportunity. By day 4 of the first hunt we felt like we had been given opportunities at over 75 bulls. We harvested some great bulls this year, built some new friendships and continued to enjoy some old friendships as well. One of our long time return clients killed the biggest bull of his hunting career this year… congratulations Mark! (more…)
The Western Wyoming Elk Hunt of 2010 was a year that we had lots of bull elk found in the 280 to 320 class with a handful of bulls considerably larger. The early season was plagued with record breaking warm temperatures that greatly added to the challenge of the hunt. We were still able to take some quality animals and have lots of fun. We worked very hard for every opportunity. (more…)
The 2009 season was one of our best Rocky Mountain elk seasons as far as the quality of bulls harvested and opportunities given at bulls between 280 and 320. Our resident herd of elk is holding strong with a consistently high bull to cow ratio. We still have no wolves to threaten the herds. We are looking forward to an even better season in 2010. Please enjoy these photos from our Non-Typical Elk Hunt season of 2009. (more…)
During the Elk Hunt 2008 season we killed 15 bulls for 16 hunters. The weather conditions were less than perfect and there were many great bulls that survived. Please enjoy these photos from our Non-Typical Elk Hunt of 2008. (more…)