Hunting & Rates


There is no region of the country that can offer a more diverse hunting experience, from variety of game available to the methods allowed for hunting we can accommodate almost any north American big game hunting goal.  Whether you want to bag a whitetail, mule deer, Rocky Mountain elk, any color phase of black bear, trophy mountain lion, wolf, shiras moose or other predators and forest grouse (we have ruffed, spruce and dusky blue grouse) we have something to offer everyone.  Whether you prefer to hunt with archery, muzzleloader, handgun or modern rifle we have options available.  We have a huge variety of dates available from spring and fall bear hunting in May, June, August, September, October and November to whitetail, mule deer, elk and moose August through December to winter hunting for mountain lion, wolf and predators.  Methods of hunting allowed include hounds allowed for bear, mountain lion and bobcat.  Bait is allowed for bear and incidental wolf hunting, electronic calls are also allowed for hunting bear, lion, wolf and predators such as coyote.

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There is a way you can hunt six species of big game at one time without drawing any tags and all you need is a hunting license elk tag and a deer tag.   The diversity of game and methods allowed makes this area unsurpassed in the United States for variety of hunting experiences we can provide to our clients and we do not charge trophy fees on “combo” hunts should you elect to purchase more than one tag and/or harvest more than one animal.  We offer full service, completely guided hunts with a one to one guide to client ratio on most hunts for the regular price.  The exception to this is winter Mountain Lion hunts which are conducted using two guides per hunter to ensure safety and increase your chances of success.  All meals, lodging, transportation while hunting, field care of animals, removal of animals from the field, transport of meat to a local processor and transport of trophies to a local taxidermist are included in our pricing.

Our camps are located in Idaho’s big game unit 4 within the Coeur ‘d alene National Forest. We have drive in camps where we conduct guided hunts and pack in drop camps available for unguided hunts. The camps consist of wall tents with indoor/outdoor carpet floor, wood stove, cots, a table, a chair and a propane lantern.
On our lodge based hunts our guests stay at the Clark Fork Lodge and are picked up by their guide there each morning. The lodge is not a fancy place but it is clean and comfortable and affords the luxuries of cable television, land line phone, cell phone service and wi-fi internet. Verizon wireless customers get the best signal in and around Clark Fork, all other carriers service varies.
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