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What Every Hunter Should Carry For Emergencies

Hunting can be an incredibly rewarding and exciting experience, but it can also be very dangerous and isolating. Any hunter knows that being prepared for emergencies is critical, no matter the length, difficulty, or weather predicted for your hunting trip.

Our hunting experts at R & K Hunting have carefully compiled the following comprehensive list of vital hunter survival tools that every hunter should carry with them on each and every hunting trip.

Take care to read this list and assemble your own hunter emergency kit so that you can be prepared and rest assured that you’re ready for whatever comes next on your big hunting trip.

So What Should Every Hunter Should Carry For Emergencies?

  • First Aid Kit – Most hunters understand the need for a first aid kit, and may even carry one already. But do you know what’s in your first aid kit? Small and cheap first aid kits often carry only band-aids, triple antibiotic, and a bandage wrap or two. Figure out exactly what is in your first aid kit. Make sure alcohol wipes and triple antibiotic hasn’t leaked or dried out. Supplement your first aid kit with anything you might personally need.
  • Communication – How will you call for help if you need it? Consider a backup or satellite phone, radio, and a hand-crank charger so that you’ll never be without contact if you need it. You may also want to include flares or a whistle so you could attract attention if stuck.
  • Defense – Of course you plan to use your hunting weapon, but what if it malfunctioned and you needed further protection? Carrying a backup weapon or at least a small and useful knife is critical for hunters. We always recommend carrying a small, sharp knife on your person for a variety of uses.
  • Batteries & Flashlight – There are so many occasions that you’ll need quick light when hunting. Keep a flashlight within arm’s reach at all times, and always carry backup batteries since battery life and status can be difficult to determine.
  • Firepower – We don’t actually mean bullets. If you were stranded, would you be able to start a fire for warmth, light, signaling, or cooking? Disposable matches are a great option, and hunters should also carry a lighter. Keeping several options for starting fires on your person, in your pack, and at camp is always a good idea, as long as they’re safe and protected.
  • Identification – If you were to be injured or incapacitated in the wilderness and someone else found you, would they know where you came from, or even what to call you? Keeping a form of identification on you is as easy a nametag on the tag of your jacket or the label of a coat. It’s also a good idea to identify where your camp is and/or a number for someone to contact in an emergency.
  • Cash – It’s hard to predict when you’ll need money on a hunting trip. You can be stranded, break down, or have any other number of surprising circumstances. Keeping cash hidden in your pack or on your person can help you in an emergency, just in case.

At R & K Hunting we know almost everything there is to know about hunting, and we want to help you have the best hunting experience possible. We hope your hunt is successful and exciting!

   

5 Things You Need Before Your First Hunt

As you prepare to join the world of hunters, we’d like to welcome and congratulate you! Hunting is both a challenging and rewarding activity that will strengthen your character, teach you volumes, and provide lifelong memories. The thrill of the hunt is our passion at R & K Hunting, and we’re excited to share our expertise with you as you begin your hunting journey.

Before your first hunt, there is a lot of education and preparation that you’ll need in order to have fun and be successful. Hunting requires discipline, and today our experts will help you identify everything you’ll need to safely enjoy your first hunt.

  1. Boots. You don’t want to go buy your first pair of hunting boots the day before you leave. Get a high-quality pair of leather hunting boots at least a month before your hunt and spend some time wearing them every day to break them in before your first hunt. Be sure to spend some time running around outside in them, not just shuffling around the house. Having a pair of supportive, comfortable boots can make all the difference in your comfort and performance.
  2. Layers. The environmental conditions are a huge factor in any hunt, and if you don’t have hunting experience yet it’s best to take lots of options. You’ll need a good base layer (thermals, Under Armor, or likewise), a good mid-layer such as durable pants and a sweatshirt, an insulation layer like gaiters and a coat, and some sort of rain-repellant top layer. Some of these layers can be combined in more high-tech gear, but feel free to mix and match what you already have and buy a few key pieces before your hunt. Try them all on together before you get out there.
  3. Your Weapon. One of the most important things to do before your first hunt is to practice and get comfortable with your bow, gun, or another weapon. Practice cleaning, preparing, loading, and assembling your weapon. Go to a range or open area for some target practice. Practice utilizing your binoculars or other visuals so you know what to expect on your first hunt.
  4. Endurance. Hunting is a physically demanding activity. You need to be able to hike up and down mountains, pack in your supplies and pack out an animal. Are you in good enough shape? Go on a hike in your boots and with your pack. Head for the stair master at your gym and start working up your endurance as early as you can, so you’ll have the energy to go the distance for your first hunt.
  5. Expectations. Take some time before your first hunt to examine your expectations. Do your research to understand the weather and wildlife you’ll encounter. Talk to other hunters about what to expect for your first hunting experience, and realize that hunting on public lands or a limited tag will make your first hunt a very challenging experience.

We are excited for you to experience your first hunt. If you find you’d like a little more help or guidance on your first hunting experience, or if a very successful first hunt is important to you then you definitely need to consider using a private hunting guide to maximize your hunting experience. R & K Hunting is ready to make your first hunting trip a memory you’ll relish forever!

Could I Benefit From A Private Hunting Guide?

Hunting tends to be traditional. It’s passed down from parents to children, brothers to brothers, or between close friends. It’s a beautiful and relationship-strengthening rite of passage, but it also means that what you know of hunting is limited and maybe a little worn out. It can be a fun tradition to go to the same place with the same people. Passing the tradition of hunting along is important. However, your hunting experience is likely unexciting and less than satisfactory.

If you’re bored with your regular hunting experience, or you’re looking to have a life-changing trophy hunt experience, it might be time to consider alternative options for your next big hunt.

At R&K Hunting we have a variety of hunting experiences which can fundamentally change the way you hunt or give you a memorable hunting trip which you’ll treasure for the rest of your life.

Could you benefit from an R&K private hunting guide? Read on to find out.

Could I Benefit From A Private Hunting Guide?

Location: is your regular hunting spot sparse and played out? Do you try lots of hunting locations, hoping to find that big game you dream of? One of the biggest benefits of a private hunting guide is the use of exclusive big game habitats. No more running into other hunters every 30 yards or having your game scared off by the constant gunshot echoes. A prime, private location with a hunting guide can give you an entirely new hunting experience.

Guidance: a private hunting guide provides, well, guidance. Even if you’re an experienced hunter, our private hunting guides offer tailored assistance and direction that can take your hunting ability to the next level. Our guides know the private habitats like the back of their hands. They know where to find the big game and the best methods for getting that winning “trophy” shot. You won’t need to waste time finding the right spot – your private hunting guide will already know the best spots for you.

Goals: Have you always wanted to bag an elk? Or maybe you’re just looking to get your first big kill. Some hunters have a goal to achieve a certain number of points per season – or lifetime. A private hunting guide can help you achieve those goals. Our private hunting guides can find you the biggest game, trophies to mount on your walls or just successful hunting trips that will be well worth your time and money.

Comfort: for many people, a long day of hunting could find a better end than a long drive or uncomfortable camping. Our private hunting guides can also offer a relaxing, comfortable finish at the ranch house. It’s the perfect end to an exciting day and much more welcoming than a lonely tent.

As you sit down to plan your next big hunting season or yearly hunting trip, it may be time to consider the benefits of hiring a private hunting guide to enhance your experience. If hunting is important to you, then a private hunting guide from R&K Hunting is the perfect investment for your next hunting experience.

Understanding Utah’s Hunter Education Requirements

Requirements for hunter education, many states will accept the certification of your home state as reciprocal satisfaction of their requirements.

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In other words, once you have completed a Utah-approved hunting education program, you can legally hunt in any state that recognizes the standards of the International Hunter Education Association – USA (IHEA-USA).

Why Hunting Education Is Required

IHEA-USA, in conjunction with state wildlife resources agencies, want to ensure that the many benefits of hunting remain readily available to future generations. The best way to achieve this goal is to keep hunting safe and beneficial to wildlife populations.

To accomplish these goals, and to ensure ongoing legislative support, most U.S. states have adopted comprehensive safety education requirements for hunters. These programs are highly effective, and IHEA indicates that hunting-related injuries have significantly diminished since these programs have been implemented.

Utah-Specific Hunting Education Requirements

Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR). Anyone born after December 31, 1965, cannot purchase a license to hunt until he or she has completed the specified educational requirements. You have two options for completing these requirements.hunting card

The first option for training begins with online course. The online curriculum covers the hunter’s responsibilities, wildlife management, firearm safety and survival skills. After passing the online portion of the course field day.

If you prefer to avoid the online portion of the training, you also have the option to complete the entire training program in a live, instructor-led course.

Once you complete your requirements, you will be issued a lifetime certification card. You must carry your certification card with you whenever you hunt, and you will need to present it (along with a valid photo ID) to purchase hunting licenses and permits in Utah.

Additional Utah Hunting Education Courses

Utah does not require any educational programs to obtain a standard bowhunting permit; although, many other states do require mandatory bowhunter education. Bowhunter training instructor-led course online and field day work extended archery season, you must complete an online archery ethics course first.

These educational programs are convenient, inexpensive and require little time to complete. Even if you won’t be purchasing a hunting license – or if your state does not require a hunter safety course – these courses are recommended for all hunting enthusiasts.

In Utah, Wyoming and throughout the Intermountain West, the R & K Hunting Company is the region’s premier private hunting guide and outfitter. Contact us today to learn more about our trophy hunts and private hunting trips. We can also answer any questions you may have regarding Wyoming or Utah hunting education requirements.

Best Trophy Hunting Trips in Wyoming and Utah

Outdoor enthusiasts from around the world plan trophy hunting trips to Wyoming and Utah because – if we do say so ourselves – this region of the Intermountain West makes for some mighty fine trophy hunt experiences.

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Here at the R & K Hunting Co., we’ve been gearing up and guiding hunters of all skill levels for decades. We are proud to call this part of the United States our home, and we love sharing its finest hunting habitats with our clients, both domestic and international.

Top Trophy Hunting Trips in Utah

In Utah, hunting trips are popular throughout the northern part of the state. Many of our clients prefer hunting tips in search of our state animal, the Rocky Mountain elk, either using archery or rifle. We highly recommend that you book a Utah hunting trip for trophy mule deer, especially if you haven’t done one before. We can arrange to obtain your tags for you, so you don’t have to sweat the process of being drawn.

We can also put together a northern Utah hunting trip for Shiras moose or pronghorn antelope. In fact, we have a small number of guaranteed Utah pronghorn tags available each year for our clients.

South Fork Guest Lodge for your next corporate retreat or family trip. In addition to its proximity to some of our state’s finest big game habitats, South Fork offers fishing, trail rides and ATV or snowmobile tours (depending on the season). It’s perfect for reunions, corporate retreats and destination weddings.

Best Trophy Hunts in Wyoming

In Wyoming, we recommend planning your hunting trip for elk or trophy mule deer. Elk hunting in Wyoming is popular with both rifle and archery hunters. These popular hunting trips fill up fast, so contact R & K to handle your elk tag application paperwork. Trophy mule deer

Wyoming is also a perfect spot for Shiras moose – especially large bucks – and for pronghorn antelope. And, thanks to the state’s preference point system for tag draws, purchasing a point provides our clients nearly 100 percent odds of drawing a Wyoming pronghorn antelope tag.

Queen Mountain Guest Ranch. Located in the breathtaking Unita Mountains near Evanston, this 640-acre property offers every amenity you can imagine – and then some.

Planning Your Wyoming or Utah Hunting Trip

The R & K Hunting Company is the premier outfitter and private hunting guide service in the Mountain West region. In fact, 9 out of 10 of our guided trophy hunts is for return clients. Our success rate is significant, and it has earned us our impeccable reputation. In addition to expert guide services, we provide high-end lodging and chef-prepared meals. Whatever you need, we will tailor your custom trophy hunt experience to meet your goals.

Contact us today to learn more, and to get started planning your Wyoming and Utah hunting trips.

Getting the Most from Your Guided Trophy Hunt

For many hunters, a big game trophy hunt is a bucket-list experience they wait years to enjoy.

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If you plan to cross this once-in-a-lifetime event off your list in the near future, it’s important that you get the maximum enjoyment from the experience. Choose to use the services of a professional guide for your trophy hunt, and you’ll be in for a real treat.

Be Prepared for Your Big Trophy Hunt

The fact that you’ll be trusting your experience to a professional hunting guide doesn’t relieve you of the obligation for preparation.

Ask your hunting guide for a list of clothing and equipment you need to bring on your trek. Don’t hesitate to ask for clarification on anything, as having the right gear will ensure your comfort, safety and success.

Spend the weeks and months leading up to your guided hunt working on your health and fitness. You’ll be covering a lot of unfamiliar – and potentially inhospitable – terrain, so be sure your body is able to handle it.

Finally, work diligently on your marksmanship. You’ll never live it down if you miss the shot. Speaking of which, ensure that your hunting rifle is clean and in perfect working order.

Be Open to the Experience of the Trophy Hunt

Take it from the professional hunting guides: No two trophy hunts are alike. Your experience will be truly unique and amazing, no matter what obstacles you may encounter.

Show up for your trophy hunt with an open mind and a positive attitude. No matter how much experience you have, your hunting guide is the expert in this habitat and this prey. We offer advice based on our extensive knowledge and experience and, if you trust us, we promise we won’t steer you wrong.

We are also here to ensure your safety. Trust us to provide you with the safest, most rewarding trophy hunt experience possible.

Don’t Hesitate to Ask Questions

Your trophy hunt will be the most enjoyable and fulfilling when you’re the most comfortable. As your professional hunting guides, we are here to maximize your experience and we love to help however we can. If this is your first big hunt, you’ll have tons of questions – and that’s a good thing. An informed hunter is a confident and successful hunter,

Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions before you arrive for your hunt. Once you’re here, we will be spending a lot of time together in pursuit of your trophy. So relax and prepare for the experience of a lifetime!

R & K Hunting Company is the Intermountain West’s premier private hunting guide. We offer exclusive access to the best hunting habitats and lodges. Whether you dream of elk, moose, pronghorn antelope or mule deer, trust the experts at R & K for your guided trophy hunt.

A Private Hunting Guide’s Gear Recommendations

As northern Utah’s premier private hunting guides, we have perfected the trophy hunt experience for our clients.

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One key to an excellent experience – whether we’re moose hunting or chasing trophy mule deer – is careful preparation. Previously, we explored the clothing and footwear that we recommend for our clients.

Now let’s take a look at the types of gear we suggest you bring along for your trophy hunt.

Our Private Hunting Guide Suggestions for Personal Comfort

Sure, you can tough it out at the hunting habitat but, honestly, trophy hunts don’t have to be uncomfortable for you. In our many years serving as private hunting guides for hundreds of clients, we know what you need to ensure your personal comfort.

If nothing else, ensure that you bring along high-quality sunscreen, insect repellent and lip balm.

Sunburn can occur on the coolest, cloudiest days. In fact, you’re liable to burn the worst when it’s cloudy, because you won’t realize what’s happening. And, as bad as a sunburn can be on your skin, it’s even worse on your lips.

On the hunt, you’ll encounter ticks, mosquitoes, chiggers and who knows what else. For the best protection against the myriad of insects that hunt our hunting habitats, we recommend a bug spray with a high concentration of DEET – ideally 40 percent – or Permethrin.

Opt for the Equipment Preferred by Private Hunting Guides

We know from experience that high-quality gear provides a high-quality experience.

Choose a good pair of binoculars that will work well in low light. You’ll need them to be fairly high-powered, at least 10x (if not more). Choose a model with an internal range-finder that is waterproof as well as fogproof.

If yours aren’t fogproof – or even if they are – we recommend that you bring fog spray and optic wipes. You will also need these items for your riflescope.

Speaking of scopes, we recommend a 5 x 20 optic. You’ll also need riflescope covers and lens protection. (No, plastic wrap and rubber bands won’t work!) When selecting your covers, we recommend that you purchase hunter orange, if possible for your model.

Don’t Forget These Last Few Items When Packing for the Hunt

If you take any prescription medications, be sure to bring plenty along with you. You can pack as many as you need (plus a few extras just in case) in small zipper sandwich bags or travel pill cases.

If you wear prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses, bring an extra pair. The last thing you want is to miss your trophy because you lost a contact the day before.

Finally, pick up a small first-aid kit for your pack. Our experiences as private hunting guides have involved every kind of blister, cut, abrasion and boo-boo you can imagine. With a fully stocked first aid kit, you can patch yourself up and keep going with ease.

Of course, you’ll need a backpack to carry all your gear. Choose one that has waterproof compartments large enough to hold your gear. Whether you prefer a smaller, lightweight model or one that allows you to bring along the kitchen sink is up to you. Most private hunting guides recommend something in between, as long as you can cart it around for hours without much effort.

When you’re ready for a once-in-a-lifetime trophy hunt experience in Utah or Wyoming, call on R & K Hunting Company. We are the Intermountain West’s experts, offering customized hunts based on your preferences and goals.

Contact us today to learn more about the difference an experienced private hunting guide can make for you.

Private Hunting Guides Can Be Game-Changers

Private Hunting Guide

For the best shot at the trophy of your dreams, private hunting guides offer a number of advantages that change the very nature of the hunt.

From exclusive habitat accessibility to custom-tailored estate and fair chase experiences, private guides share their vast knowledge — as well as their secrets. Make the most of your next big game hunt by taking advantage of an experienced private guide.

Hunting Guides Offer Exclusive Accessibility

For many hunters, a crowded hunting environment steals most of the enjoyment from the experience.

Amidst a proliferation of DIY hunters and their four-wheel drive trucks and ATVs, the one element that’s typically missing is the game itself. Public hunts are rarely successful unless you’re brave enough to attempt the bow hunting route or if you venture out very early in the first draw of the year.

Private hunting guides offer exclusive access to prime private land and pristine habitats. Undisturbed by the teeming masses, you can relax and make the most of your experience.

Private Hunting Guides Offer a Bespoke Experience

Not unlike a four-star hotel’s concierge, your hunting guide knows all the local hot spots.

Your guide will be an expert not only with regard to the habitat but the local animal herds and behaviors as well. Your hunting adventure will be designed specifically to your needs, so you’ll experience no unpleasant surprises.

And, although you will push yourself mentally and physically on the trail, you will relax and bask in the comforts of the ranch house when the day is done. Only a private hunting guide can offer this combination of exhilaration and rejuvenation.

And of course, with your exclusive access to healthy and abundant game, you have the very best chance of bringing home the trophy of your dreams.

Taking Full Advantage of Your Private Hunting Guide

Your private hunting guide will ensure that you make the most of your experience. But you can contribute to the success and enjoyment of your expedition by taking a few simple steps in advance of the adventure.

Spend time working on your fitness – especially your cardiovascular and stamina – and visit the firing range a few times for practice. Even the most experienced marksmen must practice regularly to keep their aim sharp.

A few weeks before you travel to your hunting lodge or designated location, check in with your hunting guide to go over the list of items you need to bring. Private guides can provide many supplies for you but not everything. For example, you will need your own pair of well-fitting, sturdy boots. Make sure to break them in ahead of time, or you will be fighting blisters and pain.

Follow your hunting guide’s recommendations for clothing as well, to ensure that you are prepared for whatever conditions Mother Nature may throw at you.

The outfitters and guides at R & K Hunting Company offer our clients access to many the best hunting habitats available in Wyoming and Utah. We facilitate both fair chase and estate hunts, specializing in moose, mule deer, elk and pronghorn antelope. Contact us today for the hunting experience of a lifetime, with the help of our experience private hunting guides.

The Best Hunting Habitats for Moose in Utah and Wyoming

Moose Habitat

When hunting moose, the hunting habitat you select can mean the difference between going home empty-handed or bagging the trophy of your dreams.

Select the wrong location and you may be tripping over other hunters, without ever seeing an animal. When you know the right place to look, however, you can take your pick of Shiras moose for your trophy.

Here’s Why the Best Hunting Habitats Make a Difference

When hunting moose in the Intermountain West, the Shiras moose poses an impressive opportunity. Although smaller than the Canadian species, a mature Shiras bull can weigh up to 1,400 pounds and stand six or more feet tall at the shoulder.

The biggest challenge when hunting Moose in Utah and Wyoming is finding the beasts.

Because the Shiras thrives in extreme cold, human encroachment and climate conditions continue to push them further north and to higher ground. They’re partial to mountainous areas with lakes or streams, particularly those surrounded by willows.

Some of the best hunting habitats today are found on private land. In Utah and Wyoming, where the environment can be challenging for an amateur hunter, these areas provide a greatly improved opportunity for bringing home the trophy of a lifetime.

The Best Utah Moose Hunting Habitats

Utah moose habitats range throughout the Ogden and East Canyon areas and the Wasatch Mountains. The north slope area of the Uinta Mountains is particularly ideal today.

Private land habitats, especially those that are enrolled in Utah’s Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU) program, offer some unique benefits for a trophy hunt. The CWMU program offers incentives for private property owners to maintain their land as wildlife habitat, rather than develop the areas.

For trophy hunters, the CWMU program provides access to the best hunting habitats as well as a limited number of guaranteed tags. Hunting outfitters and private hunting guides – like R & K Hunting Company – arrange with landowners to conduct guided hunts for their clients.

The Best Moose Hunting Habitat in Wyoming

We have found that, when hunting moose in Wyoming, Area 27 offers some of the best opportunities for our clients. The Wyoming moose hunting season is rapidly approaching. All Wyoming moose hunters are subject to the draw, to obtain a tag.

If you don’t want to risk the draw, you can purchase a governor’s or commissioner tag.

As with our Utah trophy hunts, our Wyoming moose hunting habitats are largely conducted on exceptional private estates. Each of our guided moose hunts features the finest amenities with fabulous food and lodging.

The R & K Hunting Company is the premier outfitter and guide service in the Intermountain West. With decades of experience in wildlife science, our proprietary approach provides our clients access to the best estate and fair-chase hunt opportunities for moose, elk, mule deer and pronghorn antelope.

The season is coming and spots are filling up quickly. Contact us today to schedule your hunt and to learn more about the best hunting habitats in Wyoming and Utah.

Hunting Outfitters’ Tips for Energy Boosting Pack Snacks

Energy Boosting Pack Snacks

Hunting outfitters are the undisputed experts in their field.

With dozens (or hundreds) of big game and trophy hunts under their belts, they know what to expect and what will be in store for their clients. And, because they learned the hard way themselves, you can place your trust in their advice.

When you set out on your first trophy hunt, being prepared will guarantee you a more pleasant experience. Today we would like to talk about the importance of keeping your energy maxed out during the hunt.

As professional hunting outfitters, we have some fairly strong thoughts on this topic!

The Importance of Good Nutrition on the Big Game Hunt

If your trophy hunt will take you into the mountains and over rough terrain, your endurance will be put to the test.

Most of our trophy hunts take place over three to five consecutive days. And while you will be very well fed by our professional cooks, we recommend that you be prepared for anything.

Prior to the date of your hunt, invest some time working on your physical fitness and adopt an energy-rich diet. Once you arrive, make sure to stay well-hydrated too, as this will help maintain your body’s energy and balance.

When we set out for the day’s hunting, make sure to have a few snacks on board, just in case.

Keep Those Prepackaged Snacks Very, Very Quiet!

The worst thing you can do, as we’re sitting quietly in a blind, is to pull out a snack in a rattling wrapper and alert the wildlife to our presence. If you want to bring along some prepackaged, commercial snacks, you’ll have to be very careful in your selection.

You could choose from a variety of popular power-packed snacks but many come in packaging that’s too loud for the hunt. If you have a favorite energy bar, unwrap a few in advance and place them in snack bags (non-zip, please) or a bit of plastic wrap. That way, you can enjoy your bar – and keep up your energy – without scaring off the game.

You can also purchase specialty snacks for hunters and athletes, which have been designed for maximum nutrition and easy access.

Or you can choose snacks that nature herself has quietly wrapped for you.

Natural Snacks Keep You Going

Fruit is an excellent source of natural energy. It’s also self-contained without the annoying plastic or foil wrappers.

Apples are simple to transport and eat and, when you’re done, that apple core will make some wild animals very happy. Bananas are also great for tucking into your pack, as the provide lots of potassium.

Many first-time hunters like to take jerky out with them. Commercially packaged jerky isn’t always the best idea, because the wrappers can be loud and the smell may be detectible by the animals.

Many hunting outfitters are fans of good, old-fashioned peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. They’re packed with protein and carbohydrates, they’re easy and light to pack around with you and you can enjoy them in virtual silence. You can also throw a few nuts into your pockets and munch a few as the mood strikes.

When you trust the R & K Hunting Company as your private guides, you can rest assured that we will handle everything. Our exclusive guided hunts in Wyoming and Utah include mule deer hunting, moose hunting, elk hunting and more.

Check out our website to learn more, or give us a call today to schedule your trip out with the best hunting outfitters in the Intermountain West.