Wyoming Disabled Hunters will be providing hunts for both elk and deer in the fall of 2015.
To qualify for these hunts, hunters will first have to qualify for a Wyoming Disabled Hunters permit from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.
Wyoming Disabled Hunters offers financial assistance for people that qualify for financial assistance per our guidelines. Ask for a Financial Assistance form when requesting information about the hunts we offer.
The tentative dates for the deer hunt are November 1st through November 4th. The deer hunt is for bowing hunting only.
WDH will be taking 10 deer hunters. Five in state and five out of state hunters.
Hunters will be responsible for their license cost and their transportation to Wyoming.
The Elk hunt will start in October.
Wyoming Disabled Hunters will be taking a total of 12 elk hunters this year. Eight will be for cow elk and the other Four will be for bull elk.
The Four bull elk hunts and Four of the Cow Elk hunts are for qualifying disabled veterans only that have a 65% percent or higher service related disability rating from the VA. These elk hunters will be using rifle only during the hunts.
The tentative dates for the other Four Cow Elk hunts will start during November.
The elk hunts will be in two different areas of Wyoming.
For more information on these hunts please use our Contact page and direct any questions to our president, Corey McGregor.