Few people think of Wyoming as a trophy whitetail location, but if the sheer number of deer you see in a single day isn’t enough, the size of the bucks will be. Big Horn Outfitters consistently produces some of the largest whitetails harvested in Wyoming. Unlike many outfitters, whitetails are not a second thought at BHO. We spend a significant amount of time scouting and managing our ranches to produce the biggest bucks and some of the best whitetail deer hunting you’ve ever seen. BHO is proud to offer very high success rates on whitetail hunts and we regularly harvest whitetails in the 130″ to 155″ range each year.
Wyoming’s archery whitetail season opens on September 1 which provides us with amazing opportunities to hunt these deer while they are still on their summer feed patterns. Most archery hunts happen over food or water sources from ground blinds and it’s not uncommon to see 100+ whitetails per day, with several shooter bucks in the group. We also utilize treestands where appropriate. Wyoming allows the use of either compound or crossbow so there are ample hunting opportunities regardless of weapon choice.
We conduct most of our rifle whitetail hunts using spot and stalk methods or ground blinds. We offer rifle hunts during October, generally we’re hunting these deer at food sources or on a travel corridor from feeding to bedding. However, we also have the opportunity to hunt whitetail deer during the rut which allows us the opportunity to rattle and call in some big whitetail bucks!
Here at BHO we strive to manage our whitetails to offer you opportunities at quality animals. The way that Wyoming hunting seasons run in our area you can combine a whitetail hunt with a pronghorn hunt
if you like.
For those of you interested in filling your freezer with venison, BHO offers a unique late season opportunity to harvest an unlimited amount of whitetail does. Tags are available over the counter and you can purchase as many as you’d like. We are overrun with whitetail does and in order to properly manage our ranches we need to reduce doe numbers each year. Success rates on these hunts are well over 100% with most hunters taking home multiple animals.