August - September
December - January
Bring a least 400 gram (Recommended 800) insulated boots and a little warmer hunting apparel. Bring extra layering since highs are around the 40's and lows in the teens.
Usually our highs are in the 40's and lows around 0. Rifle hunters, you can wear warm apparel and insulated boots as we usually will be in an enclosed stand. All of our hunting guides bring Buddy Heaters to thelp you stay warm. Make sure you dress in layers and remember, you can always take layers off.
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You can bring what ever weapon you choose for you hunt whether it would be a bow, crossbow, rifle, shotgun, pistol or muzzleloader. Although, we do discourage using anything other than a rifle after October.
Sighting in your rifle before you come will save you time during your stay. We will just have you fire a shot or two at our range to make sure your weapon wasn't bumped while traveling. We recommend using a 243 caliber rifle or larger. The average shot is within 100 yards but the experienced marksman can have opportunities to shoot much further.
A good pair of binoculars and some rain gear can also come in handy during your hunt.
Bring a light weight camo pattern as highs are usually around 70 and lows around 40. A sweatshirt or fleece for early morning & night would be wise too.
Bring warm boots, and a little heavier camouflage apparel. To be safe, bring extra layers as lows can dip down around 30 and highs in the 60's.
We will supply all of your meals, snacks, and drinks other than alcohol.
*We provide an assortment of wines for diner
If you are looking to take your trophy home with you, plan on bringing the appropriate size cooler to fit the meat, antlers and cape
*We have in house taxidermy available who also can ship your cape & antlers if needed.
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