Hunting camp is located in the Pass Creek drainage of the famed Thorofare River in Northwest Wyoming. The camp is located approximately five miles from the Southeast corner of Yellowstone National Park in the Bridger-Teton National Forest. These Thorofare elk hunting trips consists of old school hunting in some of the most magnificent elk country on the planet! All fair chase elk hunting in its purest form!! We hunt elk in Area 60 and mule deer in Area 115. The guided elk hunts are two hunters per guide our one-on-one for an additional fee. These hunts are during the early elk bugle season during the rut, with a rifle!
September 19 through October 23.
We also offer Archery hunts in Early September
Mule deer hunts are available in October, and we are on a prime migration route easily accessible from camp.
We also offer bighorn sheep hunts in Area 3 out of our comfortable base camp!
Horseback riding and fly fishing in and around Yellowstone National Park, away from the crowds.
Thorofare Elk Hunting
Elk and Deer hunts (as well as combo hunts) are eight days long. One day is spent riding in, six days are spent hunting, and one day is spent riding out. We will meet in Cody, WY, the day prior to the ride in.
This is a horseback pack-in-hunt with the main camp being 20 miles from the trailhead. The Thorofare elk hunting areas are accessed by horseback and on foot depending upon where we are planning to hunt that particular day. With over 25 years of guiding and backcountry experience, we are confident we can accommodate you to fit your needs and give you the best possible chance at the trophy of your dreams! We utilize many styles of hunting, including spot and stalk, stand hunting, calling, and still hunting. We hunt native elk early in the season and weather permitting, migratory elk in the later hunts.
We provide all food and lodging during the course of the hunt. Additionally, we provide the hunters with clean, comfortable tents complete with cots and wood stoves for their comfort.