Wyoming Wilderness Outfitters

Kay, Jake &  T.J. Clark
1134 Road 14
Powell, WY 82435
Ranch: (307) 754-4320
Jake Cell: (307) 272-6635
T.J. Cell : (307) 272-4563

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Suggested Equipment Checklist For Hunting Trips

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    1. You need your slicker or rain gear of some type for those cold wet autumn showers. Make sure it is of good quality that won’t tear when brushed by tree limbs. If you hunt is scheduled later in the season, then a good winter coat is recommended. Temperatures may get down to -20 degrees.
    2. Don’t forget your camera and lots of film, the right size.
    3. Hiking boots or good walking shoes (also will be used for riding). Good shoes are a must, you may walk up to 10 miles a day. Some type of camp shoes for the evening. The later hunts will need some good packs with a good tread or nubs for walking in snow.
    4. Spray type bear repellent can be bought in the local town for $30 to $50 each. This is a requirement for everyone.
    5. Heavy winter clothing and lighter clothing along with your own personal toiletry supplies. Long johns and/or ladies panty hose for the days we ride a lot may keep you from being so battered and rubbed from the saddle. Pants can be worn more than one day, but generally bring two or three changes. Wool pants for the later season.
    6. Gloves and wool hat or cap and/or scarf for your neck. The guides wear silk scarves.
    7. Some sunscreen and Chap Stick will help protect you from the elements. With the high elevation you will a tendency to burn easier.
    8. Be sure to bring your own personal medicine and let us know if you are allergic to or cannot eat any specific kinds of foods.
    9. Sunglasses are great for the afternoon bright sun.
    10. A flashlight is important. There is no light switch out under our stars in case mother nature calls in the middle of the night or traveling from the cook tent to your tent in the mornings or evenings. You will also be leaving camp prior to daybreak and returning after dark.
    11. You are welcome to bring your own favorite brand of ‘frost repellent’ for the after hours relaxation. (Jack Daniels, Jose’ Quervo, etc.)
    12. 2 boxes of ammunition
    13. Binoculars
    14. Knives
    15. Fire starter & matches to be carried with you at all times
    16. One article of hunter orange. Can be a cap.
    17. Back pack to carry all daily essentials while hunting.

Requirement: The above articles must fit into a soft bag or duffel and not weigh over 35 pounds.

A. Sleeping Bags

Tent camps: a sleeping bag, regular or back packer type, along with your sleeping pad or air mattress. A bag that is fit for at least -200 degrees will make your trip much more comfortable.

Cabin Camps: may only need a bag that goes down to 0 degree. You can
always remove the cover on the warmer nights but you may not find any blankets to add to your bed when it is really cold.

• We sell the Butler Bags for $50 off the Internet price if you wish to have us order one for you. Just let us know they are a great bag for all types of weather. I have one myself.

B. Rifle you are used to shooting, sighted in at 200 yards. Make sure you practice shooting this rifle prior to your hunt. Your guides will advise you of the distance to the game and any adjustments for your shots.

As a general rule always put the first shot right on. You can adjust the second shot. If you adjust the first shot. How will you ever know where to adjust from there.

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Wyoming Backcountry Adventures
1134 Road 14, Powell , WY 82435
Ranch Phone: (307) 754-4320
Wyoming Outfitter License #BG178
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