For hunters who want to
access the back country, but without the hassle of carrying all
their gear “backpack style”. Let our string of top notch
long ears pack all your gear, food, tents, stoves, supplies, etc.
into one of the 4 drainages north of Yamcolo Reservoir (Coal
Creek, Mandall Lakes, Trout Creek, Sand Creek, GMU 231). This area
is located in and around the Flat Tops Wildness area, home of largest
migrating elk herd in the country. Spend your energy hunting, not
being a mule.
You Provide: Your own
gear, food, cooking supplies, water purification systems,
We Provide: Pack
mules and an experienced, professional packer to haul all of your
gear into one of the abovementioned areas (all camping locations
will be within a reasonable distance of drinking water sources
We will also provide all
parties with one (1) DeLorme InReach satellite gps
tracker/communicator which will allow you to communicate with the
outside world via text message, and contact us for the purposes of
extracting your harvest (additional fee). At the end of your hunt,
our packer and mule string will come get your gear and pack it
back to your truck. This is a one of a kind service in the area
that will allow you to get into remote areas of the backcountry
not accessible by four wheelers and road hunters.
per hunter per week (7) days
Game Packing: $375 for every
one (1) elk, must be skinned, quartered
Horse to Ride- $350 per
hunter (into and out of camp area)
Wall tent camp set up ready
to go includes... 14x16 or 12x14 wall tent, wood stove, cot's,
table, chairs, and cook stove with propane - $450.00
Note on drinking water: Your camping location will be within a
reasonable distance from water (minimum of 100ft as per forest
service regulations), however, it is the responsibility of the
hunter(s) to properly treat their water prior to consumption.
Whether it be filters, tabs, boiling, etc. Water purification must
include elimination of the Giardia (beaver fever) virus.
Additionally, all clients are expected to live and camp in a
manner consistent with State laws and regulations, U.S. Forest
Service regulations and abide by Outfitter rules and Policies.