We can help you get a Utah, Henry Mountain bison tag!
Utah Henry Mountain Bison herd is one of the few truly free range bison hunts qualifying for Boone and Crockett.
The outfitter on this hunt has more than a decade of experience hunting buffalo in the Henry Mountains and has a 100% success rate all those years. *We can also arrange a bison hunt on a private herd, no license, no season. Get More Information » Call an expert at: (208) 867-6675
I want to thank you again for a wonderful bison hunt. I only wish it could have lasted forever. They all come and go so fast. Please keep me on your mailing list and feel free to have someone call me that might be looking for information on hunting with you and your crew.” ~John C. Jensen
Buffalo Hunting Method
This Utah Henry Mountain bison hunt is usually a very physically demanding hunt, in rough country, a lot of glassing, tracking and long days in the saddle.
I consider this Utah Henry Mountain bison hunt with you one of the most enjoyable I have experienced. For different reasons than you might expect. Just getting away from convention life and into the open spaces was a deliverance, staying in your family home, and getting a feel for your part of the west was a real pleasure.” ~Joe Klutsch
Getting a Tag
There are two methods to getting tags, you can apply for Utah bison hunt draw in January or a tax deductible conservation tag can be purchased at fund raisers. We can assist you on either of these.
Utah recently started a conservation tag program. Conservation tags are 100% tax deductible for the buyer. This conservation money is used on wildlife projects here in Utah. It’s money well spent for wildlife and habitat. These tags allow us to hunt the premium areas without waiting to draw a tag. We can assist you in purchasing these tags and help you apply for the big game drawings.
Travel, Food, and Lodging information for this hunt
UTAH BISON HUNTS in the HENRY MOUNTAINS
Food and Accommodations
info coming soon…
Custom gear list for these Utah bison hunts
The temperature this time of the year is usually around 60 to 70 degrees during the day and can drop to freezing at night. It is best to bring layered clothing. We also suggest:
- Good hiking shoes (broke in)
- Water Proof matches and fire starter
- Water bottle
- Sharp knife
- License and Tag
- Rifle sighted in at 200 yards and know your drops out to 500 yards
- At least on full box of ammo
- Personal Items
- Range Finder (Our guides will also pack one)
- Day Pack
Purchase your gear on our store
*members get a discount