License Info

The State of Wyoming does a great job of managing its wildlife, hence the reason the hunting is so good. This happens by limiting hunting licenses and dividing the state into many different units. For this reason an elk hunting license may only be good in one small part of the state. Having all these different units can get complicated when filling out the license application so, please call if you have any questions.

Wyoming Game and Fish uses a lottery system for issuing elk hunting licenses. They accept applications from January 1 to January 31. In January, we will contact all of the hunters that have booked reservations with us for the fall of that year in order to assist with filling out the application.

There are two ways to put in your application to Wyoming Game and Fish. One is their online application and the other is the paper application. In the past few years, we have gotten away from the paper application. The online process works much better. It take a max of 10 minutes for us to talk our hunters through the process. When finished, they simply print their receipt, fax it, or scan it and email to the office.

Current pricing

Special Elk License: $ 1950.00
Application Fee: $ 14.00
Preference Point: $ 52.00 *Needs to be done yearly prior to your hunt*

The nonresident special elk hunting license is now $1950.00 plus an application fee of $14.00. If you do not draw a license, you will only be refunded $1950.00. Just remember, we will walk all of the hunters through this process in January.

In the previous year during the months of July, August, September, and October hunters should go to the Wyoming Game and Fish Web Site and purchase a preference point. A Preference Point costs $52 and greatly helps increase your odds of drawing an elk tag.

If you have any questions about securing a Wyoming Elk License, just call us at (914) 557-5754