Elk, Mule Deer, Bear & Wolf Hunting Blog

Here you will find information about our hunts, our area as well as special offers and issues that affect us or are important to us.

2008 Adventures Quickly Approaching

It has been a while since I have been able to update our site. 2007 and its massive fires are behind us and we are looking forward to a very productive 2008 season.

RMEF Elk Camp

RMEF Elk CampWe will have a booth at RMEF Elk Camp this year. We are in Booth number 547 right next to the NRA booth.

Wild Idaho Outfitters expands size of hunting area.

The past two seasons the guides at Wild Idaho Outfitters had to instruct there hunters to only look out the left side of the vehicle when traveling to hunting areas…but no more. As of October 2006 Wild Idaho Outfitters purchased the hunting rights to “the other side of the road”. Our hunting area now encompasses over 150 square miles of area 27 in Idaho with Sleeping Deer Road pretty much dividing our area in half.

Lets Go Hunting!

Finally conditions have improved enough with the fires that some of the closures have been lifted.

Good News Short Lived

Well last week we had some good news but since then the fire has continued to grow. Conditions have been optimal for the fire and we have been in Stage 5 conditions for several days.

Finally a Little Good News

Well after some high winds on Tuesday that increased the fire activity tremendously and increased the acreage currently burned by these fires. Finally we get some good news. With some cooler temps and higher humidity the fires did not grow much if any just remained burning within there current perimeters.

Sleeping Deer Road is Closed to ALL Access.

We have spoken to several people in the Challis area and they are reporting ash falling from the sky as well as heavy smoke reducing visibility in the city itself. Hopefully, Mother Nature will cooperate and bring an early storm so that we can go enjoy our planned hunting adventures, but more importantly that the residents of Challis will not have to endure these miserable conditions any longer.