Wyoming Hunts and Deer Leases

160 acres of private land surrounded by private land - Has not been hunted

160 acres of private land surrounded by private land - Has not been hunted

Price $5000 - $15000

160 acres of private land managed for our white tail deer in the middle of, well over a thousand acres of private land that will not let me hunt. Last year we picked up over...

  • Acres
  • 160
  • Zip
  • 82516
  • County
  • Fremont
  • Type
  • Annual
  • Game
  • Whitetail Deer
  • Updated
  • January 19, 2019
5200 acres private with antelope, deer, game birds, ducks, mountain lions, and coyotes

5200 acres private with antelope, deer, game birds, ducks, mountain lions, and coyotes

Price under $1000

We have good antelope, deer, and game bird hunting. We also have mountain lions, and coyotes. We are in wyoming hunting unit 83 for antelope and 120 and 127 for deer. We don’t provide any...

  • Acres
  • 5,200
  • Zip
  • 82443
  • County
  • Hot Springs
  • Type
  • Annual
  • Game
  • Whitetail Deer, Mule Deer, Dove, Duck, Predator
  • Updated
  • December 3, 2018

ELK HAVEN, AREA 7 WYOMING By the Week

Price $1000 - $5000

Within a scenic mountain setting nearly surrounded by 42,000 acres of blm, land lies elk haven, an 80-acre private hunting paradise. It’s a completely private, end-of-the-road sanctuary, surrounded by dense pine, and granite rock outcroppings....

  • Acres
  • 42,080
  • Zip
  • 82201
  • County
  • Platte
  • Type
  • Short Term
  • Game
  • Whitetail Deer, Elk, Mule Deer, Turkey
  • Updated
  • September 4, 2017

Hunting on Clear Creek

Price $5000 - $15000

This is a 650 acre parcel that is mostly irrigated pasture and alfalfa. There is a bit of prairie hill terrain as well. Clear creek runs through the property creating a creek bottom habitat which...

  • Acres
  • 650
  • Zip
  • 82835
  • County
  • Sheridan
  • Type
  • Annual, Short Term
  • Game
  • Whitetail Deer, Mule Deer
  • Updated
  • January 21, 2017

Trophy Whitetail Hunt

Price $1000 - $5000

  • Acres
  • 12,000
  • Zip
  • 82801
  • County
  • Sheridan
  • Type
  • Short Term
  • Game
  • Whitetail Deer
  • Updated
  • December 27, 2016

Discounted Guided Buck Antelope Hunt in Wyoming

Price $1000 - $5000

Hunt ID: WY-WMDeerAntelopeTurkey-7WCAST4LENE-ELO3PEANT-OH9NJ Hunt Both Sides of the Fence Hunt both sides of the fence antelope hunt with over 500,000 acres of Wyoming to hunt you will see antelope. Normal Hunting season Dates Archery  ...

  • Acres
  • 500,000
  • Zip
  • 32718
  • County
  • Campbell
  • Type
  • Short Term
  • Game
  • Mule Deer
  • Updated
  • May 27, 2015

Wyoming Elk, Deer and Fly Fishing Lease

Price $5000 - $15000

850+ acres in Medicine Bow Mountains SW of Douglas, Wyoming. Yearly lease includes all hunting, flyfishing and access to property, or book individual trips. Cabins, camps, 2.4 miles of trout streams included. Area 7 Elk,...

  • Acres
  • 850
  • Zip
  • 82633
  • County
  • Converse
  • Type
  • Short Term, Annual
  • Game
  • Whitetail Deer, Elk, Mule Deer, Turkey, Predator
  • Updated
  • September 19, 2014
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Wyoming Hunting Lands

The state of Wyoming provides some of the best hunting within the United States, because of its popular and diverse terrain. The west boasts of large mountain ranges and the Rocky Mountain regions. The eastern side of the state, there is abundant fields of high prairie areas. Wyoming is the tenth largest state by area, but it is also the least populated. With fewer people, and the prominent hunting areas that are available, Wyoming hunting proves to be very successful. 

Best Game to Hunt in Wyoming

Elk range from the highland wilderness to the low plains, but are plentiful on public and private lands in the state. Albany County provides the best hunting opportunities in Wyoming, especially for elk. Wyoming elk hunting provides a considerable advantage for hunting, due to the large amount of elk that roam through the Bighorns and Wind River mountain ranges. In order to hunt elk, a Wyoming hunting license is needed. Read MoreNew to the year of 2019, nonresident elk preference points are available between July 1st and October 31st. The Wyoming hunting seasons for deer, resident elk, and antelope closes May 31st. If you are wanting to hunt for pronghorn, Wyoming antelope hunting serves as the finest hunting, for these speedy animals. Wyoming contains more antelope than the rest of the continent, with a harvest success total of 85%. Pronghorn are only found in western North America, but are very abundant in northeast and east central Wyoming. Wyoming pronghorn hunting is somewhat typically hard to draw on public land, and some licenses provide difficult public access. In these cases, a hunter should consider hunting antelope on private land as well. Antelope hunt areas are handled by a limited quota, which means there is a set number of licenses for each designed hunt region. This is a key factor while pursuing hunting antelope in the state, and while seeking hunting land for sale Wyoming, antelope regions. Next to pronghorn, Wyoming mule deer hunts are plentiful. Mule deer are generally found in the western mountains to low elevations and creek areas, located east of the state. Hunters usually study and choose the destination of where they want to mule deer hunt, based upon the terrain and landscape they want to experience. Wyoming provides two categories for a deer hunting area, these include limited quota and general. Limited quota, provides hunt areas with a set number of licenses that are valid for that general or specific hunt region. General deer licenses are full priced, which allow the the hunter to harvest "any" or "antlered" mule deer, depending on the limitations for the given region. A general license allows unlimited or "over the counter" licenses to Wyoming residents.

Updated Wyoming grizzly bear hunt Regulations

In 2018, Wyoming released new grizzly bear hunting regulations. In the beautiful state, grizzly bear hunting has not been present for forty years. The Wyoming Game and Fish Commissions will continue to review these new regulations, but since then, the regulations for a adventurous Wyoming grizzly bear hunt, has been a new experience for extreme hunters. Grizzly tag fees include a resident application fee of $5.00, and if the hunter draws the tag, the cost is $600.00. Read MoreA non resident application fee is $15.00, with a cost of $6,000, if the tag is drawn. There will be two different tags to hunt grizzly bears in Wyoming. This includes the DMA or Demographic Monitoring Area, with a total quota of ten boars and two sows. A non DMA hunt area, will include the quota of twelve bears. The grizzly bear hunter can only apply for one of the tags to hunt in Wyoming, and the department of Wyoming will only issue 75% of the licenses to residents, before a non-resident. All grizzly bear hunts will take place in the Wyoming fall months, with the total amount of bears to harvest in 2018, would be twenty-four. Even though grizzly bear hunting is becoming a popular hunt in Wyoming, there is a lot of regulations that still need to take place, especially since the state has provided hunting availability.