Price List

Combination Elk/Deer/Bear/Wolf Hunts

Sept-Oct Hunts
8 Days: $7,700 per person – 1 hunter per guide
8 Days: $7,100 per person – 2 hunters per guide

November Hunts
8 Days: $9,100 per person – 1 hunter per guide
8 Days: $8,500 per person – 2 hunters per guide

November Deer Hunts

5 Days: $5,300 per person – 1 hunter per guide
5 Days: $4,600 per person – 2 hunters per guide

Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep & Rocky Mnt. Goat Hunts

10 Days: $12,200 per person – 2 guides per hunter

Winter Combo Mountain Lion/Bobcat/Wolf Hunts

7 Days: $9,500 per person

Wolf Hunts:

7 Days: $5,000 per person

Spring & Fall Bear Hunt

7 Days: $3,650 per person
Second bear: $1,500 additional

Horseback Chukar & Grouse Hunting

$500 per person, per day

Additional Costs

Non-hunting companion is $400 per day per person
All prices subject to 6% Idaho Sales Tax
2% Hotel/Motel Tax for Lodge Hunts
A 50% deposit required on all hunts at time of booking
Balance due 30 days prior to arrival on all hunts

All deposits are Non-Refundable.

Non-Resident License Information:

There is a limited amount of non-resident elk and deer tags sold each year in Idaho, on a first come, first served basis. It is necessary that our clients obtain their tags through us. Upon booking, we request the necessary information and fees, obtain the license and tags for you and have them available upon your arrival. There is no quota on Bear and Lion tags in this unit. We are happy to obtain the necessary license and tags for you upon booking with us.

Elk Tag
Deer Tag
Special Bear/Lion (in Unit 27)
Jr. Mentored Lic/elk/deer
Lion, Bear, Wolf Tag (31.75)
Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep Tag
Rocky Mountain Goat Tag

$31.75 ea
$31.75 ea

Unlimited Controlled Application Fees For Nov. Deer


Season Fishing License
Daily Fishing License
Combo Hunt/Fish




Jay Hagenbauch

"This was quite a trip. It was a rugged and physically challenging experience, in country that was even more beautiful than normal as the leaves had begun to change. I've done a fair amount of hunting and, therefore, have a yardstick by which to measure the organization and professionalism associated with any particular hunt. You should know that the crew represents you incredibly well. They are organized and hardworking, yet retain a great sense of humor and are very enjoyable to be around. Their knowledge of the area and its wildlife is really impressive. More importantly, the ethical standards that they employ in their guiding and their sense of strong stewardship for the land on which we camped and hunted are first rate. Even if our results had not been so good (which they absolutely were!), I could not be more complimentary of their efforts and the credit that they bring to The Middle Fork Lodge."