Welcome To Mule Creek Outfitting
Mule Creek Outfitting specializes in guided hunts for elk, mule deer, moose, antelope, mountain lion, and black bear in western Wyoming. The majority of our hunts are conducted from a pack-in wall tent camp located in Bridger-Teton National Forest. Operated by special permit issued by the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Equal opportunity service provider. ( WY LIC# BG-356). Antelope hunting is conducted on private ranch land and BLM lands. Our hunting unit is a beautiful area, and one of the best trophy areas in Wyoming for elk, mule deer, moose and antelope. Our hunting is situated between the Franz, Jewett and McNeel elk winter feedgrounds. We have elk that migrate here later in the season and we have elk that are resident here year round. Wolves have not decimated the elk population in this area as they have in some of the trophy elk areas surrounding Yellowstone. We still have trophy elk to hunt.
We offer a small uncrowded hunting camp operation with personal attention to the details to make your stay with us a memorable and enjoyable experience. We strive to provide our guests with courteous service, relaxed atmosphere, and a trophy hunt of a lifetime. We operate a clean camp and have been commended by the Forest Service for this. We have experienced mountain horses and mules and top quality equipment to work with. We can guarantee that you will have great food and plenty of it. These are the few things we can control and we will do our best to keep you fueled up and ready to hunt and a good dependable mount available for you to ride. We can guarantee that you will be sore and tired at the end of the day if you will try and keep up with us. Lastly we guarantee that we will give you 100% effort in providing you with the best hunt you can have. We hope that we can help you on your next western adventure.
We also offer hunts for Javelina and Wild Boar Hogs in Texas during the winter. These hunts are a great way to get in some hunting in the middle of the winter when there is nothing else to hunt. These hunts are very modest cost and will help to shorten up your winter with a February trip to Texas where the temperatures are a bit warmer than the rest of the country.