Guaranteed Mule Deer Hunts Available

Full-time mule deer hunting outfitters and guides offering highly successful Idaho mule deer hunts, guaranteed mule deer hunts, ID trophy mule deer hunting, unguided horseback drop camp hunts, DIY mule deer hunting maps, Idaho hunting lodge, guided or unguided muledeer hunting trips.

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Idaho Outfitter Dale Denney

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Guided Idaho Mule Deer Hunts

Idaho Mule Deer Hunting

Idaho is known for trophy class mule deer hunting. Bearpaw Outfitters offer guided and unguided mule deer hunts with hunting options to suit any hunter. The trophy mule deer potential is some of the best available in an over-the-counter tag area, no draw is needed. You can plan on going mule deer hunting in Idaho without the hassle of trying to draw tags.

 David's 2012 Idaho Mule Deer       John's Trophy Idaho Mule Deer

Idaho Mule Deer Hunts

5-Day Rifle or 6-Day Bow, Guided 2x1

Lodge or Camp Hunts - Cost Each

Unguided Hunt.......$1450

Semi-Guided.........$1650

Horse Drop Camp...$1950

Guided 2x1 Hunt....$2750

Horseback Hunt.....$3250

Guaranteed Hunt....$3650

*** Special Offer ***

Free Youth Doe Hunt with Guided Adult Hunt

Bonus Hunt Options - Adult Hunters may bring 1 youth doe hunter for free. Hunters may also purchase a 2nd deer tag after Sept 1 until the quota fills out. Idaho also allows a deer tag to be used on a cougar if you see one. Bearpaw Outfitters suggest that you purchase 2 deer tags so you can take a cougar or a buck early in the hunt and you still have another deer tag if you see a bigger buck. Coyote and Grouse can also be taken. Bearpaw Outfitters do not charge extra for the extra animals.

Elk and moose hunting can also be combined with mule deer hunting, refer to the Idaho Elk Hunting and the Idaho Moose Hunting pages to check out those combo hunt options.

Bearpaw Outfitters have several proven hunting camps where many great animals have been taken. Choose a guided hunt or an unguided hunt in one of the deer camps or in the lodge. Whether you're a serious trophy hunter or just a meat hunter, these hunts are a great choice.

Trophy Quality

Average bucks seen will have 20" to 24" racks but many trophy class mule deer with 30” or larger racks have been taken in southern Idaho. Go to the Details page and check the Idaho Records to confirm the quality of Idaho's mule deer. Remember, in order to kill trophy class bucks you have to hunt an area with a history of producing trophy class bucks.

Hunting Areas

The mountains in this area are breathtakingly beautiful with elevations ranging from 5500 to 9000 feet. We are licensed in five F&G units in southern Idaho, one unit is a Limited-Entry deer unit that we get outfitter tags in.

Hunting Methods

Hunting methods often include glassing & spotting feeding areas in sage openings and open hillsides, spot & stalk hunting, watching water holes, or still hunting on trails and ridges.

Licenses, Hunter Ed, Hunter Orange

Non-resident License and Tags for Mule Deer are available over the counter.for $456.50, youth licenses are only $55.50. Hunter Ed is required if born after Jan 1, 1975. Hunter orange is recommended but is not required in Idaho.

Seasons & Best Time

Rifle Mule Deer is open October 10-24, but hunting is usually best the first 5 days (Oct 10-14). Archery season is open Aug 30 to Sept 30 and is about the same throughout the season.

Shot Opportunity & Physical Condition

Shooting opportunity varies from hunt to hunt but usually averages from 50% to 90% on mule deer, it's usually higher if you are in good physical condition. Rifle shots are usually 100 to 300 yards so flat shooting calibers are best, sight dead on at 200 yards. Archery shots often range from 10 yards up to 60 yards.

Temperature & Weather

Check the current weather forecast with the weather link on the Idaho Home Page before you leave for the hunt.

Guiding Options

Guided Hunts:  Several guide ratios are offered. Hunts include your guide, meals, lodging, game retrieval, field dressing, and skinning.

Semi-Guided:  Includes meals, lodging, and hunting advice. Hunt on your own and get Bearpaw's help retrieving and caring for your game.

Unguided:  Includes your choice of accommodations, hunting advice, and map. Hunt on your own and retrieve your own game.

Accommodation Choices

Mountain Lodge:  Enjoy the indoor comforts in the mountains, cozy bedrooms, indoor bathrooms, phone, meals in the dining room, just bring your personal hunting gear. It's only minutes to the hunt area, guides transport the guided hunters, unguided hunters will need a 4x4 auto.

Base Tent Camp:  Camp is accessed by auto, usually 4 to 10 hunters in camp. Includes tents, camp gear, cots, portable toilet, kitchen area, water, meals, and guides for guided hunters. Bring your personal gear, sleeping bag and pad, and unguided hunters need 4x4 transportation.

Old Farm House”:  Stay at our old farmhouse, it's not fancy but it's more comfortable than a camp. Bring your personal hunting gear, unguided hunters need 4x4 transportation but guides transport the guided hunters. Meals are also included in these hunts.

Motel “Town Hunts”:  Stay at a comfortable motel in town. Bring your personal hunting gear, unguided hunters need 4x4 transportation but guides transport the guided hunters. Motel room and restaurant meals are not included so budget $60-$90 per day for these expenses.

Drive-In Drop Camp:  For 2 to 8 unguided hunters and is accessed by auto, you do not have to ride horses to get to camp. Includes tent, camping gear, cots, heater, water, portable toilet, firewood hand saw, and hunting advice. Bring personal gear, 4x4 transportation, sleeping bag and pad, food, drinking water, and stay as long as desired.

Horseback Drop Camp:  A horseback-in drop camp for groups of 2 to 6 physically fit hunters. You are advised where to hunt, stay as long as you want. A Satellite Phone is recommended but many cell phones have service in the area in case you need to call out. On a pre-arranged date you, your gear, and your game are packed out from camp. Camps are usually 3 to 4 miles from the parking area; far enough to get you away from most hunters, but close enough to walk to your auto and drive to town during the hunt if needed. Camp includes tent, camp gear, cots, heater, water, portable toilet, firewood hand saw, and hunting advice. Bring your personal gear, warm sleeping bag and pad, food and drinking water.

What’s Not Included

Your personal gear, sleeping bag, meat processing and shipping fees, taxidermy, licenses, 6% sales tax, gratuities, motel rooms, restaurant meals, and any other items not listed as being included in your hunt.

Contact Us Today

Call or Email with any questions or to book a hunt. If sending a deposit by postal mail, use the Hunt Application to verify your details. "We look forward to meeting you and hunting with you soon."

Best Regards,
Dale, Tara, and The Staff
 
 

 

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Full-time mule deer hunting outfitters and guides offering highly successful Idaho mule deer hunts, guaranteed mule deer hunts, ID trophy mule deer hunting, unguided horseback drop camp hunts, DIY mule deer hunting maps, Idaho hunting lodge, guided or unguided muledeer hunting camps.