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Archery-Elk Hunting Idaho

Our archery Idaho elk hunts are conducted form tent camps in a designated wilderness in the Nez Perce National Forest, Idaho Game Management Unit 15. Most of the timber in the remote region is lodge pole pine dense enough to provide the necessary cover for a bow hunter. Our Bow hunts occur in September when the bulls are bugling (in rut) and during a bow only season providing the archer with an excellent opportunity to take a mature bull, a qualifying entry in the Pope and Young records. Our guides have years of experience and can get you close to your target. Most shot opportunities will be in the 10-20 yard range.

Transportation to and from hunting camp is by horseback requiring about 3 1/2 hours depending on the camp location. Horses are used some at the hunting camp but most hunting will be done on foot. Hunting Elevation will range from 5,000 to 8,000 feet. Prior physical conditioning is recommended and will contribute to a more enjoyable hunt.

Elk hunting archery trips are 7 days in length including one day in and one day out of camp, providing 5 full days of elk hunting. The number of elk hunters per camp will usually be 4, the maximum six unless advance arrangements have been made.

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Rifle Elk

Our rifle elk hunts are conducted from tent camps in the Nez Perce National Forest, Idaho Game Management Units 15 and 14. Unit 15 hunts are designated wilderness area and Unit 14 hunts are in non-wilderness area. These hunts occur in October and early November. Quality elk inhabit this area where the majority of the bulls taken are mature 5 x 5 or 6 x 6 scoring 300+ Boone and Crockett.

Gospel Mountain Hunting elevations will range from 5000 to 8000 feet on timbered ridges and drainage's with some open meadows. Transportation from base camp to hunting camp is by horse and requires 3-4 hours. Horses are used some at the hunting camp but most of the hunting will be on foot. Prior physical conditioning is recommended and will contribute to your success and more enjoyable hunt.

Trips are 7 days in length including one day in and one day out of camp, providing 5 full days of hunting. The number of elk hunters per camp will usually be four, the maximum six unless advance arrangements have been made.

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Drop Camp For Elk/Deer Hunting

These hunts are available in the non-wilderness or wilderness area the Nez Perce National Forest. Hunting trips may be up to 10 days in length including one day in and one day out of hunting camp. Drop camps are furnished with wall tents, cooking and eating utensils, gas lanterns and stoves with fuel, wood stoves, axe, saw, and shovel. Camps are setup in advance of hunter arrival. Food, cook, and guide are not included. Hunters and gear are transported to and from camp on horses and mules, however, horses are not left with camp. A minimum of three hunters is required.

End of Road Camp for Guided Archery or Rifle Elk Hunting

On this 7 day guided elk hunting trip you can bow hunt for elk in September or rifle hunt elk in October from our base camp located at the end of the road next to the wilderness boundary. Quality elk and white tail deer are available in this area. Access to this full service camp is by 4-wheel drive vehicle. Cook, well prepared delicious meals, guides and horses are included. This hunt is limited to four hunters.

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