Our hunting areas are in the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness, the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness, and the Chamberlain Basin in the Payette.
These areas offer outstanding opportunities for trophy Mule Deer Hunts! You will see many Bucks in November during the rut.
Our hunting is all done in the wilderness. We have comfortable heated tents. The country is steep and rugged. Because of its remote location and the ruggedness of the area, you will more than likely not see many hunters. Our camps are located far enough away from the areas the Bucks frequent, yet close enough to hunt to on foot every day.
When hunting from the Salmon River, we sometimes stay at the River of No Return Lodge. We are in a Joint Party Agreement with River of No Return Lodge to provide Lodging services during our fall mule deer hunts. (Client must make separate payments for services provided to each Outfitter).
1on1 hunt: 1 guide is servicing 1 client
2on1 hunt: 1 guide is servicing 2 clients
Drop Camps: DIY hunting. We will pack you in and out. You will provide your own food. There are no horses left in camp.
Your guide is also responsible for packing out game that you harvest, especially during warm weather.
Camp locations vary from roadside base camps along a remote road, to a 3-7 hour ride in on horseback to our pack in camps. Horses and mules are not always left in camp.
Wilderness hunts are physical and we will hunt you to the best of your ability.