Free Range Bull Elk
The Western United States is home to some of the best elk herds in the world. However, due to limited quantities and an increasingly high demand from hunters, most states have adopted a draw, lottery-type system to allocate the permits. In many states, like Utah, these permits come at the expensive price of years and years of applications. For example, in Utah a non-resident hunter must purchase a license every year to be entered into the draw. Most limited entry, bull elk units can take over 15 years to draw a permit. If you desire to hunt a free-ranging bull elk, we would commend you for your dedication to drawing a permit, and wish you the best of luck in your applications. We would recommend as well that you apply for an Arizona bull elk permit, and when you do, we can be your elk guides. Your guide, Austin Atkinson, is licensed to outfit elk hunts on public land in Arizona and would love to join you.
In the mean time, be sure to give our high-fence preserves a closer look. We operate thousands of acres of land that span over miles of forests, streams, canyons, and grazing land. We have quality elk herds with great genetics that can ensure you that you will bring home the trophy of your dreams. We offer 100% Guaranteed Elk hunts on our ranches in Utah and Idaho.