Colorado Elk Hunts on a Private Ranch
Guaranteed Colorado Elk Hunts on Private land on the Fisher Mesa.
We have tags for these elk hunts for Colorado’s 1st rifle elk season as well as the 2nd rifle season.
- 1st Rifle Season: You will see bulls with and without cows as they are coming to the end of the rut. However, they are usually more responsive to the calls. Expect to do a lot of stalking and some sitting during this season. The 1st rifle season has a slightly higher opportunity rate.
- 2nd Rifle Season: The rut is winding down now, but you will still hear a few bugles. This hunt is mostly spot-and-stalk, but you may do some sitting.
*If you’re a bowhunter, we also have archery hunts available on this ranch.
Contact us today and we can arrange your Colorado elk hunt at no cost to you.
The neat thing about this ranch is that it holds a good number solid 6 x 6 bulls. But what truly makes it special are the few monster, world class bulls it holds every year…” ~ Marc Warnke
The ranch has a good mix of meadows at around 7,000 ft and climbs up to higher, rougher ground covered in scrub oak, timber, some pinion pine and aspen stands at 9,500 ft.
You will hunt mornings and evenings, coming in for lunch or taking a break in the field. Expect temperatures range between 20-70F. Sunny days are prevalent with an occasional bit of clouds and rain & possibly snow. The second season is a bit cooler, often freezing at night.
Opportunity and success rates on these Colorado elk hunts:
- Opportunity on this hunt is 100% for the 1st season and 85% for the 2nd season.
- Success rate is 75% for both hunts.
Trophy quality is high for the price of this hunt:
You can expect 6×6 bulls scoring 270-320″ average with bigger bulls on the ranch. Bulls scoring 380″ have been seen on the ranch.
You can also combo your elk hunt with a bear:
There are lots of bears on this ranch, and it is possible to do a combo elk hunt during the first season. Be sure to let us know if you are interested.
Trophy pics from these Colorado elk hunts:
Most of our hunters fly to Denver or Colorado Springs, then rent a car to get to the ranch. Once you arrive, travel will be by pickup trucks, side-by-sides and walking.
Colorado elk hunting licenses and tags for this hunt are guaranteed, over-the-counter and can be purchased locally upon your arrival. Visit Colorado Parks and Wildlife for prices and more information.
Home cooked meals are provided with the exception of some lunches that may be in the field (bag lunch) or sandwiches at the lodge. Snacks such as energy bars, candy bars, chips, cookies, etc.. are provided. Bottled water is provided in your cabin and for your hunting pack.