THE LARGEST WILDCAT IN NORTH AMERICA
Hound hunting for us, is a family tradiditon.
If you want to truly challenge yourself come hunt the largest member of the cat family in North America with us. We hunt lions with hounds that we've bread, raised, and trained ourselves. We breed only the best to the best and train year round on bear, bobcat, and lions.
Cougars aren't easy creatures to hunt. Males have home ranges from 250-600 square miles and females have home ranges from 60-125 square miles.These hunts require a lot of time and hard hunting. We recommend allowing yourself at least 10 days to hunt.
This is a fully guided hunt. We will provide lodging, 2 meals a day, a bagged lunch, and a gun (you're welcome to bring your own). The majority of this hunt will be from horseback and in conditions of bad weather we will be hunting from the truck. You should bring a bedroll, cold-weather gear, 2 pairs of boots, a daypack, snacks, and whatever you need to be comfortable in the field.
Fully Guided Lion Hunt $3,800
This is an adventure that will challenge your physical condition. High altitudes, extreme weather conditions, long days on horseback, and dangerous terrain are all a part of this hunt.
"The very remoteness kindles the imagination of the adventurous hunter. From the top of any mountain the challenge extends far and wide, until the mountains meet the sky." - Fred Bear
LOCATION (GMU 60, 61, 62, 64, 65, 70E)
Just south of Grand Junction in the San Juan Mountains and the Uncompahgre Plateau we hunt mountain lions in heavily forested and a wide variety of terrain: from the spruce, fir, and aspen forests up to 11,000 feet, to the pinyon-juniper woodlands at about 4,800 feet. Weather can vary as widely as the terrain. In these areas there is remote hunting areas accessible by foot, UTV, and horseback.
The terrain in which we hunt is rough, steep, and rocky. We HIGHLY recommend physical training and being in good condition before this hunt, we cannot stress this enough. We will be hunting wild game, so bring your walking boots and a camera, you won’t want to miss the breath taking views of CO’s remote wilderness. Elk and mule deer movements from high country to low country are dependent upon the weather and hunting pressure, so be prepared to go where the elk and deer are, because we know thats where we'll find the lions.