Wyoming Whitetail or Mule Deer Hunt 10627
This is your chance to hunt Wyoming whitetail and mule deer in the rut. This hunt takes place on a 10,000-acre ranch in Northeast Wyoming. This property has been carefully managed for over 25 years. The cultivated fields attract large numbers of whitetail deer while the rugged timbered country attracts mule deer.
November is rut season and hunting bucks during this time means a lot of action! The whitetail population has flourished on this ranch and trophy caliber whitetail bucks are present in the best numbers in the two decades of hunting this area. The mule deer population is rebounding, and once again good muleys are being harvested.
On this hunt, movements of the whitetail are patterned from bedding areas to the fields. Hunters can expect to leave each morning well before daylight and then return to town for lunch and a little downtime. You return to the ranch in early afternoon to set up and intercept the deer as they come into the fields in the evening. Hunting whitetail can involve sitting in the dark and cool November temperatures, so warm clothing is a must.
Most of the mule deer inhabit the rugged timbered ridges found on the property. Hunting muley bucks generally involves hiking and glassing. Vehicle access is very limited, so be prepared to hike when pursuing a trophy mule deer.
This is an extremely limited hunt at only 10 hunters per year, so be sure and book early. This tag can be drawn at a 100% success rate; therefore, preference points are not required but can be helpful. The Wyoming license will be good for one buck, either a whitetail or mule deer.