You should receive your Deer &/or Antelope licenses by July 15th.
We will have Archery Permits and Conservation Stamps at the ranch.
We expect 100% draw for both Deer and Antelope.
Hunters born after Jan 1, 1966 will need a Hunter Safety Card. DON'T
FORGET TO BRING YOUR WYO HUNTING LICENSES WITH YOU!!
page gives directions to the ranch. Please plan to arrive
after 2 PM on the day before your hunt, and to leave by Noon on the
day after your hunt. For insurance and licensing reasons we will
no longer be offering transportation from the Casper airport. There
is a cab company in Casper that charges approximately $120 per trip,
and can carry up to 4 people with some luggage. Their services would
have to be arranged in advance of your trip (RC Cab Co. (307) 235-5203).
Many hunters rent a car in Casper or Denver so they have some flexibility
in transportation. It is a 5 hr drive from Denver to the Spearhead,
but reduces the risk of lost luggage and solves the problem of limited
connecting flights into and out of Casper (which is an 80 mile, 1.5
hr drive to the ranch).
We have a nice
Bunkhouse Complex that takes the roughing-it out of your hunt with
2-3 beds per room, men’s & women’s bathrooms with showers, and
a large area for visiting. In an effort to make your packing easier
we will have pillows, sheets, and comforters available.
You will have to supply your own towels. We do not provide
maid service so we ask you to pick up after yourself. We will furnish
all the meals while on the ranch.
should have a flashlight, water bottle, knife, and their usual
hunting gear. Bow Hunters will also need a urine bottle. We
suggest everyone bring along a good pair of binoculars and a camera.
While a “scent loc” suit is not necessary, scent control is important.
For reasons of scent control we discourage short sleeve shirts and
shorts in the blinds.
It is hard
to predict the weather in Wyoming so prepare for anything from Snow
to 90 degree temperatures. The Antelope Bow Hunters will want to
dress in layers, because it is usually pretty cool when you first
get to a blind, but can warm up fast during the day.
OF GAME MEAT
We have both
a walk-in cooler and freezer on the ranch to keep your game from spoiling.
We use a processing plant in Casper, which does an excellent job,
and will box your meat or have it ready for your cooler. If you want
to cut up your game yourself plan to bring a cooler with you to keep
your meat from spoiling on your trip home. For those of you wishing
to leave your meat behind we require you to pay the processing charge
(Deer - $75, Antelope - $60). We can arrange to have your trophies
caped or mounted by a taxidermist if you desire.
us know if you have any questions or need anything further from us
before your hunt.
CAMP PHONE #: (307) 358-1910
in use other than hunting season)