Founded in 2008, Wyoming Disabled Hunters is a non-profit organization made up of Wyoming residents who have a personal connection with physically challenged hunters.
Our goal is to provide an affordable hunt for hunters who are disabled including the visually impaired.
Several new members have joined during the past few years which now includes ten members: ◾Corey Mc Gregor – President ◾Larry Frandson – Vice President ◾Pat Winlow – Secretary ◾Myles Haines – Treasurer ◾Ashlee Lundval ◾Matt Elliot ◾Terry Skinner ◾Bryce Fauskee ◾Marion DeBusk ◾Merlyn Ballinger
VOLUNTEERS ◾All volunteers are greatly appreciated!
Wyoming Disabled Hunters (WDH) will be providing hunts for elk ,deer and antelope in the fall.
To qualify for these hunts, hunters will first have to qualify for and obtain Wyoming Disabled Hunters permit from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.
WDH provides room and board for all our hunters. The only out of pocket cost would be round trip expenditures to Wyoming and purchasing a hunting license. WDH can help with these expenditures for hunters that qualify for financial assistance per our guidelines. Ask for a Financial Assistance form when requesting information about the hunts we offer or download the form and send it with your application for a hunt. Applicants who are 70% service related disabled veterans are eligible to get their license donated to them. This option has also been opened up to civilians in a wheel chair. This is an option for all 3 species we hunt. Non veterans and non wheelchair bound hunters can apply to WDH and buy for their license after being drawn to hunt with WDH.
The tentative dates for the deer hunt are November 1st through November 4th. WDH has opportunities for rifle and bow hunts
Hunters will be responsible for their license cost and their transportation to Wyoming unless they qualify for financial assistance or qualify for a donated license.
The Elk hunt will start in late September and run through December.
Wyoming Disabled Hunters has hunt opportunities for both cows and bulls in 4 separate locations.
These hunts are in September and are with donated licenses since they’re very hard to draw. Unfortunately, this leaves us limitedto either disabled veterans or wheelchair bound hunters.
For more information on these hunts please use ourContact pageand direct any questions to our president, Corey McGregor or Vice President Larry Frandson.
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