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(Prices Subject to Change with Inflation)

Rifle Mule Deer Hunts

2nd or 3rd Season 


(There are no 1st or 4th season Mule Deer seasons)

Additional Fully Guided Non-Hunter Fee: $300



1 Hunter: $1800 per person

4+ Hunters: $1600 per person

Additional Drop Camp Non-Hunter Fee: $150

What's Included in a Fully Guided Hunt?

    • 3 meals a day including hot breakfast and dinner

    • Lodging in the form of an Outfitter Tent with a wood stove and cot

    • Hot showers

    • Transportation by side by side or truck to and from hunting spots once arrived at camp

    •  We take pride in our success, you're required to go through our shooting course to verify the distance in which you can shoot.

    • We'll pack your game out from the mountain, you are responsible for any taxidermy or processing

    • Help getting your tag or applying for license

    • If you don't want to spend thousands of dollars on a setup for a big game rifle, use one of our long range Christensen Arms 28 Noslers on a fully guided hunt +$250.00

    • To secure your spot you must send us a $600 deposit with your Hunter Service Agreement

    • Can you tell me more about where you're hunting? Yes, Click Here.

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What's Included in a Drop Camp Hunt?

  • We will provide lodging accommodations in the form of an outfitter tent easily accessible by vehicle.

  • We do not provide pack in camps at this time.

  • Our camps are fully equipped with pots, pans, 2 burner camp chef stove, cooking utensils, silverware, plates, bowls, paper towels, hand towels, toilet paper, toilet, hand washing bucket, a wood stove, propane, lighting, water, shower, cots for sleeping, chairs, tables, and we'll make sure you don't run out of firewood!

  • We have 2 drop camp options available:

    • 1 located high on the mountain

    • 1 located in the high desert.

  • We will place you according to the weather.

How do I know if this is right for me?

  • Can you carry a heavy load and quarter a mule deer yourself?

  • Can you wake up early in the morning?

  • Can you hunt harder than the average hunter? 

  • Are you good at glassing?

  • Can you stay out in the woods after sunset & hike back after dark?

  • Are you good at reading a map and e-scouting?

  • Are you willing to put in the time and effort to prepare fully for this hunt?

  • Our drop camps are a DIY style hunt for the self-sufficient hunter

  • Successful hunters hunt hard and put in the work for their hunt.

  • We will send you in the right direction and leave you with tips and techniques on how to be successful.

  • We do not offer any pack-in camps at this time.

  • We do not guarantee we can help get your game out. It is crucial that you get the hide off of your animal immediately, if you leave it overnight it will spoil. 

If you answered yes to all of the above...

How Successful Are You?

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What do I need to bring?

How Do I Draw for A Mule Deer Tag?

  • All mule deer hunts require preference points

  • To enter the draw you must apply for the tag before the April deadline that has not been announced yet

  • The deadline is typically around April 6th each year

  • The draw usually opens in February or March but that date has also not been announced yet

  • If you plan to hunt with us we will inform you of all of these dates

  • If you do not have preference points and you want to hunt immediately you will have to purchase a landowner voucher if available $2,000 - $3,000 

  • Hunters with 2 preference points in 2021 had a 21% chance of drawing a 2nd season Mule Deer tag

  • Hunters with 10 preference points in 2021 had a 50% chance of drawing a 3rd season Mule Deer Tag

  • Don't understand preference points? Click Here. 

How do I apply for a license?

What are the Season Dates for 2022? 

2nd Season               October 28th - November 5th 

3rd Season                November 11th - 17th 

What if I want to hunt Mule Deer but don't have Preference Points?

2 Options

  1. Plan to hunt with us in 3-11 years when you have enough points to draw out. We can help you draw each year. 

  2. You will need to purchase a land owner voucher from a private individual. 



  • Running Water Ranch Unit 30 Tag with No Private Access $2,000

  • Running Water Ranch Unit 30 Tag with Private Access $2,500

  • Miracle Mile Ranch Unit 30 Tag with No Private Access $2,000

  • Miracle Mile Ranch Unit 30 Tag with Private Access $2500

What code do I use to draw a deer tag or to apply for a preference point?

To apply for a point, enter D-P-999-99-P as your first-choice hunt code on your application.

You can gain a preference point as a first choice on your primary draw application to use another year. You can use your second through fourth choices on the same application to apply for a license. You may only submit one application per species, per draw, per year. 


2nd Season

BUCK D-M-030-O2-R

DOE D-F-030-O2-R

3rd Season

BUCK D-M-030-O3-R

DOE D-F-030-O3-R

What's the Total Cost of the Hunt? 

Non-Resident Qualifying License ............... $93.78

(Small Games License)

Non-Resident Qualifying License Youth..... $16.05

(Small Games License)

Nonresident adult/fishing combo*.............. $456.14

Nonresident youth/fishing combo*.............. $116.50


Unit 30 with No Private Access $2,000 +

Unit 30 with Private Access $2,500 +

Guide Fee​

Fully Guided Hunt $7,000

Drop Camp Hunt with less than 4 in your party $1,800

Drop Camp Hunt with 4+ in your party $1,600


Guide Fee + $1,000



ELK Nonresident adult/fishing combo*.......... $760.99

ELK Nonresident youth/ fishing combo*........ $116.50

BEAR Nonresident adult/fishing combo*.......... $112.34

BEAR Nonresident youth/ fishing combo*........ $56.80


Traveling Expenses to Colorado

Rent one of our Rifles (Fully Guided Only,Optional)

Christensen Arms 28 Nosler $250 

Total Cost of Your Hunt

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