Wyoming Mule Deer Hunting
Western Wyoming is known world wide for hunting big mule deer. This region of the state has high mountain basins with plentiful vegetation, timber and drainages for cover, and natural winter range for Wyoming mule deer hunting. Together, these elements contribute to the growth of huge mule deer. Hunting these animals is tough though. While we use our horses as much as possible, there is often a considerable amount of walking and climbing required for our Wyoming mule deer hunting. To improve the probability of success we suggest that hunters prepare for a physically demanding hunt. We offer archery mule deer hunting the first week of September while the bucks are usually in velvet and in their summer pattern.
We had another successful Wyoming mule deer season this year for 2011, with 100% shooting opportunities. We had to hunt a little longer to fill our tags this year and our average deer size was slightly smaller than last year but we are still able to find mule deer after a severe winter. We lost mostly the very young and older deer with quite a few of the 140-150 class deer left at season end to carry over for next year. Click on the link below for an unsolicited outfitter report from one of our hunters this year.