Hunting Information

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GMU 50

Our GMU 50 hunt takes place on 9,000 acres of private property that covers wide open spaces, Aspen stands, and dense timber. We also have over 50,000 acres of permitted BLM and state land. You'll also have access to thousands of acres of national forest within the unit. This unit offers trophy elk, mule deer, and antelope.

You will arrive the day before your hunt where you’ll be greeted by our friendly staff. You’ll be able to offload your gear to our 4,800 square foot lodge

stocked with a full kitchen, running water, heat, wood stove, and everything you’ll need for a great hunt.

Once your gear is ready, we will meet to discuss the hunt area and go over any questions. The next morning, we will be up before sunrise and getting ready to head out. Depending on the animal movement and weather, we will have a game plan in place to get you in the right areas to find your trophy. Hunts are typically spot and stalk but can be altered to fit your needs.

Evenings are spent at the lodge enjoying a warm wood fire. This is where we believe some of the best memories are made. Talking about past and present hunts, relaxing, and enjoying old and new friends. Our goal is to provide you an enjoyable and rewarding hunting experience.

Once you get your trophy, you will have a guide assist you with packing it out. We will get your meat to a processor and your cape to a taxidermist if you plan on having it mounted. Once your tags are filled, you’re welcome to stay at the cabin for the remainder of your time and enjoy the area or head out to show family and friends your success.

For archery, 1st, and 2nd rifle you can draw with 0-1 preference points. 3rd and 4th rifle require 1-3 preference points. We do get some landowner vouchers.

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Dates and Information

Archery Elk/Deer

September 2nd-30th (5 Day Hunt)

Muzzleloader Elk/Deer

September 10th-18th (5 Day Hunt)

1st Rifle Elk Only

October 15th-19th

2nd Rifle Elk Bull/Cow/Mule Deer

October 29th- November 6nd
November 3rd-November 7st

3rd Rifle Elk Bull/Cow/Mule Deer

November 12th-18th (Extra days can be added)

4th Rifle Elk Bull Only

November 23rd-27th

Late Season Cow Elk

December 17th - 25th

Antelope Rifle

October 1st-9th (Extra days can be added)

Tag Costs

Resident Tags

Bull/Cow Elk - $56.88

Mule Deer - $41.28

Antelope - $41.28

Non-Resident Tags

Bull/Either Sex Elk - $688.26/p>

Cow Elk - $516.63

Mule Deer - $412.61

Antelope - $412.61

ALL DATES FOR ALL GMU’S ARE FOR THE 2021 SEASON.

GMU 87

This fantastic unit offers lots of options on over 50,000 acres of private property. You provide your own lodging breakfast and dinner. We provide lunch, drinks (non-alcoholic), snacks, guide, transportation, game care, delivery of game to processor and/or taxidermist. Archery antelope can be drawn with 0-1 preference points, muzzleloader requires 2 points, and rifle will require 4 points. Late season doe is a B-list tag and can be drawn every year with no points.  

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This hunt has carried a 100% success rate on rifle and muzzleloader every year. Archery has had a 100% shot opportunity with a 97% success rate. Last year, several of our bucks made in into Pope and Young for archery.

Our late season doe runs from November 1 - December 31st and has a 100% success rate with hundreds of antelope on the ranch. This is a great hunt for kids or new hunters learning the basics.

Dates and Information

Antelope Archery

August 15th – 31st (Bucks only)
September 1st – 20th (Either sex)

Antelope Muzzleloader

September 21st – 29th

Antelope Rifle

October 1stth – 9thth (Extra days can be added)

Elk Rifle - Currently Not Booking for Herd Management

November 1stst – January 31st

Tag Costs

Resident Tags

Bull/Cow Elk - $56.88

Antelope - $41.28

Non-Resident Tags

Either Sex Elk - $688.26

Antelope - $412.61

ALL DATES FOR ALL GMU’S ARE FOR THE 2021 SEASON.

GMU 89

This is a great do-it-yourself hunt on a private ranch in Eastern Colorado. There are plenty of antelope in the area and is a great hunt for new hunters or hunters bringing kids. A guide will show you the property and answer any questions you may have. There is also thousands of additional acres in the Pawnee Grasslands to chase your game. This hunt requires 2 points to draw for rifle.

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Dates and Information

Antelope Rifle

October 1st-9th

Tag Costs

Resident Tags

Antelope - $41.28

Non-Resident Tags

Antelope - $412.61

ALL DATES FOR ALL GMU’S ARE FOR THE 2021 SEASON.

GMU 107

This is offered on over 3,000 acres where true trophy mule deer roam. The property sits along the Arikaree River with large food plots of corn, millet and water tanks. Takes 0-1 preference point to draw, but we do get some landowner vouchers! These hunts normally go for over $7,000!

Dates and Information

Mule Deer / Antelope Rifle

Antelope Rifle - October 1st - 9th

Mule Deer - October 29th - November 8th

Mule Deer - December 1st - December 14th

Tag Costs

Resident Tags

Non-Resident Tags

Deer - $412.61

ALL DATES FOR ALL GMU’S ARE FOR THE 2021 SEASON.

Bison Hunts

These hunts take place on our 30,000-acre ranch and have a 100% shot opportunity. Hunts take place January 1st – March 1st on our ranch located in GMU 87. There are no tags needed as this is an estate hunt. Rest assured; this is not shooting animals in a corral. These animals free roam 30,000 acres and must be pursued. For cow hunts, you can plan on getting over 350 lbs. of meat and bulls often get at least 550 lbs. of meat. This is some of the best meat you can have and makes for a fun hunt. Families are more than welcome to come along and enjoy the pursuit. We also have a great taxidermist that does phenomenal work and ships your mount, hide, or euro mount.

Just want the meat and not the hunt, then let us know. We can harvest the animal and handle processing. All you have to do is come pick it up.
All hunts include guides, lunches, snacks, non-alcoholic drinks, and meat processing.
Bull - $7,000
Cow - $4,000

Dates and Information

Dates

These hunts take place from January 1st - March 1st.

ALL DATES FOR ALL GMU’S ARE FOR THE 2021 SEASON.

Harvesting an animal

Harvesting an animal

Every attempt will be made to get you onto the animal of your choice. If you wound an animal, every effort will be made to recover it, however, once you shoot an animal your tag will be considered filled.