Idaho Mountain Lion

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Hunting Trip Category: Mountain Lion

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  • This outfitter runs lions in an area known for consistently producing trophy toms in the mountains on the border of Western Wyoming and Southeastern Idaho.

    The key to consistently good mountain lion hunting is good snow, good hounds and great houndsmen, and this outfitters area has some of the best in the business.

    Both Idaho and Wyoming mountain lion hunting are five days fully guided.
    Success rate is over 90% for the last 10+ years.
    Trophy quality is very good. Average toms weigh 135-145 lbs with full winter coats.
    These hunting trips are guided one-on-one, and the outfitter also has multiple packs of hounds, houndsmen and extra equipment available to accommodate the hunters.
    *A cow elk hunt may be added on for an additional fee of $500.00 + tag. Tag must be purchased in July. This only applies in Wyoming for the months of December and January.

  • Outfitter: Smoky Canyon Outfitters
    Guided: 1x1
    Hunt Features:
    • Free range
    • High trophy quality
    • Near 100% success
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    1 Review on “Idaho Mountain Lion”

    1. Anonymous Idaho Mountain Lion
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      The other group and the hunter Earl were riding down the trail on the horses and they actually spotted a cougar above the trail. The guide wasn’t quite sure because spotting a mountain lion is a rare thing, so he told Earl that he was going to walk up and check it out.

      Sure enough, there were lion tracks! He turned loose his hounds Sue and Rosie and the chase was on. The lion went up and over a mountain and Earl couldn’t make it, so they walked down to the horses to ride up the trail. In the mean time, the first group heard dogs barking “treed” and their dogs took off in that direction. They got to the tree first and enjoyed about an hour of taking pictures and just having fun before they showed up. Earl liked what he saw and the hunt was over.

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