Backcountry Elk Hunting in Wyoming with SOA online and my724outdoors.com!
Travis Price (Steve’s Outdoor Adventures hunting consultant) discusses backcountry elk hunting and shares footage from his elk hunts in the past. Wyoming elk hunters have a wide range of options. Elk range from mountainous wilderness areas to lowland deserts and plains and are plentiful on both public and private lands. Every national forest has elk, and herds are also present on mountain ranges and desert areas administered by the Bureau of Land Management.
Grand Teton National Park and National Elk Refuge
A person may apply for a reduced price cow/calf elk license without applying for a full price elk license. However, no hunter may take more than one (1) elk in Grand Teton National Park (Elk Hunt Areas 75 and 79) regardless whether he/she possesses both a full price elk license and a reduced price cow/calf elk license valid for the hunt area in Grand Teton National Park. Applicants desiring to hunt within Grand Teton National Park must apply for Elk Hunt Area 75.
After the first week of the National Elk Refuge (Elk Hunt Area 77) season, all unused full price elk and reduced price cow/calf elk licenses, excluding limited quota archery only licenses, are eligible for the National Elk Refuge drawing in Elk Hunt Area 77.
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