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Elk Hunts

Elk Hunts

There is no other animal on earth quite like the Rocky Mountain Elk. Elk inhabit some of the most beautiful, remote places in Wyoming and we are lucky to have wilderness camps right outside their front door.

Big Horn Sheep Hunts

Big Horn Sheep Hunts

Our East Fork camp is located in the heart of Bighorn Sheep Area 5. The steep, rocky peaks of the East Fork are a haven for big rams to hide out. Reclusive and wary, these sheep are hard to find and harder to hunt. This hunt is not for the faint of heart, but for those willing to commit to the challenge, there is no greater prize.

The Hunt of a lifetime

Cowboy 5 Star Accommodations

We may not provide you with a pillow top mattress, but we’ll set up a camp with five star amenities like the smell of fresh mountain air, the sound of a gentle brook, and the decor of wall to wall wilderness scenery.

You Ride, We Pack

“Let me take that for you.” At East Fork Outfitters our horses are our livelihood. We take time and great effort to make sure they’re not only treated with tender care but they’re ready and willing to take our clients to the most prized hunting spots in the country.

Wilderness Safety

We often say in Wyoming you can’t get much safer than escaping the chaos of the city and plunging into the relaxing seclusion of the Wyoming backcountry. For those unexpected interruptions, East Fork Outfitters provides all our clients with coverage for certified search and rescue operators that can access our remote areas. Additionally, we have satellite phones and signal access 24/7 – just in case…

Home Cooked Meals by Fireside

After a long day of exploring Wyoming’s wilderness there is nothing like returning to camp and experiencing the warm, savory smells of baked beans steaming in the stock pot, steak grilling on the fire and peach cobbler roasting in the dutch oven. Those folks who fill little baggies of powdered somethin’ with water? Yeah… we just smile and nod…

Guided Fly Fishing

Ride horseback with us into the Cloud Peak Wilderness and see the endless beauty of this great ecosystem aboard your well-mannered horse. Activities include float tubing, trail riding, fly fishing (both lake and stream), hiking, and just plain relaxing.

The catch (and release) of the day could be the prized Golden trout, Cutthroat, Brook, Mackinaw and Splake. Our camps are very comfortable and the food cowboy-five-star. Your adventure starts Monday morning and ends Friday afternoon. Trips are available in July and August in the Big Horn National Forest.