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Wilderness Hunts
We offer some of the best wilderness hunting in Nevada. During the hunt you can find Elk, Mountain Lions, Sheep and Mule Deer roaming the landscape.

We offer specialized wilderness pack trips by horseback; specifically in the Alta Toquima (Mt. Jefferson), Arc Dome, Table Mountain, and the Santa Rosa's. These are Wilderness areas in Nevada hunt units 171-173, 161-164 and 051.

We offer Outfitted and Non-outfitted drop camps. All of our drop camps are located in the back country, best accessed by horseback. These are camps located in excellent Elk, Deer and Sheep country. The terrain located around our camps is rugged, requiring hunters to be in excellent condition.

Our Non-outfitted drop camps include: 1 riding horse and 1 pack horse per person with a 150 lb max for your gear. We will check in via phone every 3 days and all game will be packed out to your vehicle.

Our Outfitted drop camps include: tent, wood stove, firewood readily available, cookware and utensils, cots, lanterns, propane cook stoves and propane, cooking and dining tables. Each camp is checked every 3 days via phone, and all game will be packed out to your vehicle.

We offer 3 different Non Guided Drop Camps:

Drop Camp Option 1
1 riding horse 1 pack horse per person
Your gear 150 lbs max each
2 person minimum
In/out $950 per person
** Not included: food, tag, license, weapon, personal gear, and sleeping bag.
* Extra pack horse needed...$125 each
Drop Camp Option 2
1 riding horse 1 pack horse per person
Our gear
3 person minimum
In/out $1450 per person
** Not included: food, tag,license,weapon,personal gear and sleeping bag.
* Extra pack horse needed $125 each
Drop Camp Option 3
1 riding horse 1 pack horse per person
Our gear
3 person minimum
7 days 6 nights in/out $2600 each person
*** Included is a cook for you and a wrangler for the horses
*** Food and drinks (water, Gatorade)
** Not included: tag, license, weapon, personal gear, and sleeping bag.
* Extra pack horse needed $125 each
We have been in business since 1999 and hold permits to conduct business on public land through the Forest Service - Austin/Tonopah Districts, Santa Rosa District as well as the Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge, BLM statewide. Licensed with the Nevada Department of Wildlife and insured.

Bighorn Sheep Hunting
Nevada's Bighorn sheep are the most sot after tag in the state and country. With having 3 different species (Desert, California and Rocky Mountain) Nevada has a lot to offer. With tags being regulated we are able to produce some amazing sheep. We at Nevada Outfitters are committed to our client's satisfaction, with a 100% success rate and our Desert average being 162 4/8 and our California being 157 Boone and Crocket.

Nevada is a draw state; all Bighorn sheep tags are distributed this way, with the exception of the 3 Heritage tags that are auctioned to the highest bidder. If you would like to bid on these tags we can make all the necessary arrangements. The successful bidder may hunt statewide and two months earlier, with the monies going into the Heritage Trust Account it is then used for projects that will benefit the game species and all sportsmen.

Elk Hunting
Elk is one of Nevada’s coveted tags, and with the herds increasing, conditions are at an all time high. You will want to have one of Nevada Outfitters’ experienced guides to assist you on your hunt.

Year after year, the state of Nevada produces some of the finest bulls in the world. Our guides are experienced and spend many hours scouting high and low for these rare, trophy bull elk.

Mountain Lion Hunting
Nevada Outfitters also offers predator hunts. We believe in keeping the predator population down so that our game population will rise. In the past few years, the mountain lions have become a huge problem bringing down the herd sizes. The biggest problem we have seen is in the mule deer, which is what they seem to prey on the most. This makes it difficult to harvest trophy muley’s because there are so few of them. If this problem continues there will be no such thing as a 200 B&C mule deer, So we make it our mission to control the predator.

We also offer hunts for coyote, ground squirrels, and all other varmint.

Mule Deer Hunting
While trophy mule deer numbers have been off a bit lately, Nevada still has some of the biggest bucks in the West. Limited tags and limited hunters have allowed some of our hunting areas to grow old, big bucks.