Rocky Mountain Bull Elk Hunt of 2010

The Western Wyoming Elk Hunt of 2010 was a year that we had lots of bull elk found in the 280 to 320 class with a handful of bulls considerably larger. The early season was plagued with record breaking warm temperatures that greatly added to the challenge of the hunt. We were still able to take some quality animals and have lots of fun. We worked very hard for every opportunity.

At the end of the season, we finally had some help from Mother Nature in the form of some snow. We were able to kill 7 bulls for 8 hunters the last week of the season. Check out our scouting gallery for photos of bulls we had located and some that were missed. We also have some photos of bulls that are on the winter grounds now, getting bigger for next year!

The Bridger-Teton National Forest still has no resident wolf population, at this time.