October 2017 Hunting Update from Wyoming
It’s hard to believe that October has come and gone. We’ve had a fun month of hunting in Wyoming, including some memorable antelope hunts, mule deer hunts and elk hunts.
The month started out warm, with mild weather through the first week of October. But then we received a quick blast of snow, and the wild temperature swings began, which are typical of the mountains and high plains this time of year. Hunters throughout the month experienced sun, snow, cold, hot and everything in between.
Our rifle antelope hunters in October took some outstanding bucks, including several record book animals. It was clear that pronghorn had a favorable year in Wyoming, as the quantity of animals and trophy quality were excellent this season. Most hunters had the opportunity to look over a lot of bucks in finding their trophy.
We also had some very memorable mule deer and elk hunts this month. At times conditions were favorable with cool hunting weather. At other times we were challenged with warm or windy conditions. But our hunters and guides worked hard and produced some impressive trophy mule deer bucks and bull elk.
Here are some photos from our October 2017 hunting season in Wyoming:
We still have some hunting left to do this season, including our Wyoming whitetail deer hunts and our two-state deer hunt. But as we approach the end of another season, we are already excited to be making plans for 2018.
Many of our most popular hunts begin to fill up by the holidays. So if you’ve got a hunt on your wish list for next year, be sure to call us soon to reserve your spot. You can call us for availability and details at 307-266-4229 or contact us online.
Thanks to everyone who has hunted with us so far this season! We appreciate the opportunity and we hope to see you again in Wyoming.