Nevada Mountain Lion Hunting
Nevada has some incredible mountain lion hunting.
It is a sleeper, and this Nevada Mountain Lion Hunting Outfitter goes above and beyond to try to ensure your success.
This hunt is hunt is an affordable alternative to someone looking for a deal. The houndsman on this hunt does a great job and works his butt off to help our clients get a cat.
This Nevada Outfitter has about 70% success on these hunts. If you don’t have an opportunity at a mountain lion they’ll bring you back the following year at a steep discount.” ~Marc Warnke
Nevada is a bit of a sleeper state and typically overlooked when it comes to mountain lion hunting, even though it has very high lion populations.
Nevada Mountain Lion Hunting with this Outfitter is usually less physical than most of the other states which makes them a good fit for kids and older hunters.
This hunt takes place either in northeast Nevada, usually staying in Wendover, which is in the northeast section of the state.
Nevada Mountain Lion Hunting starts in mid January and runs through early March. Hunting begins early in the morning and you will cover as much country as possible by 4-wheeler, snowmobile, truck The guides may even snowshoe to cut a mature lion track.
Once a big, hot track is cut, it’s time to let the dogs go and watch/listen them go to work. Hunting behind a well trained pack of hounds is something that every hunter should try at least once. It is a special experience.
Remember that these hunts are somewhat weather dependent, and although success is not guaranteed it is probability.
This Outfitter takes many lions in the 8 foot range each year and in the winter of 2007-2008 they took the #2 mountain lion in Idaho all-time and #10 all-time in the world, it was one of the largest cats taken in the world in the past 20+ years.
These mountain lion hunts are five days and include: guiding; all meals and lodging. Hunters can typically enjoy gambling as you will stay and eat in hotels/casinos, so the accommodations are very comfortable and you eat good as well on these hunts.
Casino’s are in most of the Nevada towns you will stay in on these lion hunts. Hunting license and tags are not included, which will be purchased upon arrival. Also, they can pick you up and drop you off at the Salt Lake City Airport for only $150 per person.
Here are some field photos from this Nevada mountain lion hunting trip: