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How to Repel Pests During Your Hunt

It’s pretty ironic that, during your hunt, the trophy bucks are not the only ones being stalked — you’re also being hunted.

Late summer and early fall days bring some of the best hunting weather. Unfortunately, the insects in the area agree and are just waiting to attack. There are countless bugs in the mountains that are just waiting to suck the life out of you during your hunt. Not only are they preying on any living thing, but they also can carry and infect you with debilitating diseases, such as Rocky Mountain spotted fever, West Nile virus, malaria, Lyme disease, and more. It doesn’t matter where you are; bugs will find you and feed on you.

Continue reading to learn how to avoid becoming their next meal.

3 Tips for Repelling Bugs During Your Hunt

Take Cover — One of the best defenses against bugs is to cover up with clothing. Late summer and early fall days still can reach 80° Fahrenheit or more, so wearing clothes head to toe might not sound ideal. But, in the long run, it’ll be one of the better decisions you make and will save you a lot of scratching. Layering your clothes during these hot hunting days may seem counterintuitive, but if you layer with cooling garments under your camo, you can help relate your body temperature and keep bug bites at bay.

Use Insect Repellent — Another great defense against insects is repellent. Unfortunately, most repellents are incredibly smelly. If you can smell it, the animals you are hunting can dang well smell it, too. Deer heavily rely on their sense of smell, and if they get a single whiff of insect repellent, you might as call it “deer repellent.” Find a hunter’s formula that smells like “earth” or that is odorless and contains DEET.

Location, Location, Location — Where you set up camp can make a huge difference in the number of bugs you deal with. Avoid setting up your camp, tree stand, or ground blind near standing water. Standing water is a literal breeding ground for many bugs, especially mosquitoes. Moreover, mosquitoes, ticks, and other bugs love hiding in high grass, which you will almost always find near ponds, lakes, and other types of standing water. In addition to setting up camp away from standing water, you’ll want to consider camping in a clear area, away from heavy woods, that is exposed to wind. The trouble is, you need to find a good balance of clear but not too clear so that your tent won’t blow away or become a lightning rod in a storm.

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If you love being in the great outdoors, make sure to apply these tips to avoid bothersome bugs during your hunt.

For an exciting hunting adventure in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Utah and Wyoming, contact the professionals at R & K Hunting Company. We take the headaches and hassles out of planning your next hunt. Let our team do the hard stuff so that you can soak in the good. Contact R & K Hunting Company to book your next hunt today.

5 Ways You Can Prevent Gun Rust

If you own a firearm, one of the most important things you can do to keep it in good working condition is to prevent gun rust. 

Rust is your guns’ worst enemy. It can eat away at the metal, literally deteriorating it. This major discoloration makes your firearms look old and unattractive. On top of how your weapon looks, rust can cause several performance and safety complications. The surfaces of your gun that have been roughed up due to rust can create drag, causing pressure and friction. This can mean a number of things, such as a rusty magazine could prevent loading or a rusted barrel could explode. Avoiding gun rust is essential. Thankfully there are a few things you can do to prevent it from occurring.

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Why Should You Prevent Gun Rust?

As mentioned above, preventing gun rust is essential for every firearm owner. Looks and performance aside, the safety issues rust can cause are quite concerning and need to be taken seriously. As a gun owner, your number one priority is safety for you and those around you. Properly taking care of your weapon, including preventing gun rust, could be the difference between life and death.

5 Tips to Prevent Gun Rust 

MANAGE THE TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY — Firearms are happiest when stored at 70° Fahrenheit with 50% humidity. It’s best to keep the temperature at which you store your guns at a consistent temperature to avoid the expansion and contraction of your weapon. Sudden temperature changes can create condensation, which may lead to rust.

ADDRESS RUST ASAP — If your firearm shows signs of rust, it is essential to address it right away. Carefully disassemble and clean your gun.

USE WHITE GLOVES FOR HANDLING — When handling your stored guns, wear white gloves to prevent the transfer of oils from your hands to the firearm. Moreover, wearing white gloves will allow your weapon to let you know if it is clean or not. A dirty, oily, or rusty gun will make its mark on your clean white gloves.

CERAKOTE COATING — Protect your guns with Cerakote Coating, a durable ceramic finish that protects metal, plastic, polymers, and wood. You can avoid wear and tear, rust and corrosion, scratches and dents, and more.

AVOID SHORT-TERM STORAGE SOLUTIONS — Gun cases should only be used to help your get your gun from one place to another. Firearms should never be stored for too long in a soft or hard gun case since they can trap and hold moisture around your gun.

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One of the best ways to be safe on your hunt is to make sure you prevent gun rust all year long.

For a safe and adventure-packed hunting adventure, contact the experts at R & K Hunting Company. Our team of professionals will take on the headaches and hassles of planning your hunt, allowing you to enjoy the experience thoroughly. We offer hunters an unforgettable and exciting hunt in the breathtaking Utah and Wyoming mountains. Contact R & K Hunting Company to book your next hunt today.

Hunting with Your UTV: 7 Must-Have Accessories

Hunting with your UTV is one of the smartest and most effective ways to elevate your hunting experience. 

Seasoned hunters know that bringing your UTV or ATV along can help you make the most of your trip. They are a very popular tool for modern-day hunters and sportsmen. These machines are extremely helpful on the side of the mountain and can make your hunt more efficient. You can streamline your trip even further by adding a handful of UTV accessories to your ride that will surely come in handy more than once. 

Hunting With Your UTV: 7 Accessories to Outfit Your Ride

Outfitting your UTV or ATV for your hunt is almost as exciting as the hunt itself. Here is a short list of the accessories your UTV and ATV needs:

  1. WINCH KIT — When you’re on the side of the mountain, you may find yourself in some challenging situations. Whether you’re trying to get yourself unstuck from the mud or are wanting to pull that big buck you scored back to camp but are faced with a steep hill, a good winch is necessary and is well worth the small investment. Make sure the one you select is the right size for your machine.
  2. GUN OR BOW RACK — You never know when you’ll need access to your firearm or bow. You can grab your weapon at a moment’s notice with an easy-access gun or bow rack.
  3. FIRST-AID KIT — A first-aid kit is one of the smartest things you can bring along in your UTV. You should never leave your campsite without it — not even on your own land. Hunting is inherently dangerous, as is riding a UTV, and having a decent first-aid kit stocked with necessary items is crucial. Make sure you have a supply of glaze, antibacterial ointment, bandages, and other first-aid essentials. Lastly, you’ll want to bring a gunshot wound kit in case the worst happens.
  4. STRAPS — It’s always a good idea to have a variety of different types and sizes of straps in your side-by-side. You’ll be bringing a lot into camp and packing (hopefully) even more when you leave. Bumpy trails make straps a must-have.
  5. LIGHT BAR — Extra lighting can be hard to come by when you’re hunting on the mountain. Additional lights come in handy for early mornings or late-night trail rides, lighting up your campsite, and more.
  6. TIRE PATCH KIT — Always stock your UTV with a tire patch kit and a small air compressor. The last thing you’ll want to do when you have a flat is to have to walk back to camp, especially after a long day of hiking and hunting.
  7. STORAGE OPTIONS — Your UTV or ATV only comes with so many storage options. Bringing along all of these additional items can make your machine feel crowded and messy. Get organized with a rear trail box, overhead roll cage organizer, or storage bags that attach to your seats and doors — you’ll have a spot for everything you need to bring.

Contact R & K Hunting Company

Avid hunters understand how helpful hunting with your UTV can be. Serious hunters also know how advantageous hunting with a qualified and experienced guide like the pros at R & K Hunting is. Enjoy your hunt without any of the headaches and hassles of planning. For an exciting hunting adventure in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Utah and Wyoming, contact us today.

Rules to Live By When Packing Out After Your Hunt

The fun (and work!) does not stop once you land your trophy buck — no, you’ve still got to think about packing out before you finish up the hunt.

The best spots for hunting are typically far from any convenient roads, parking lots, or trails. You are likely deep into the backcountry and are miles and miles away from your truck, trailer, and more. Doing this can make finishing your hunt a bit challenging, but with a few of the rules below, you’ll have no problem packing out this season.

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Rules for Packing Out After Your Hunt

Choose Your Method — There are many ways that a hunter chooses to pack out post-hunt. Between manpower, a utility vehicle of some sort, or horse or mule, you can find a method that works best for you and your location. Before you head for the mountains on your exciting hunt, make sure to have a good plan in place.

Get in Shape — If you plan to pack out your animal on foot, make sure you take time now to make sure you are in good, physical shape. Hiking to your campground and being able to maneuver the terrain is one thing, but being able to pack out with hundreds of pounds on your back is another. Take time now to start working out and getting fit.

Protect Your Meat — Your number one priority when you pack out should be to protect your meat. Keeping it clean and dry is essential! Always use a tarp or emergency blanket to lay your harvest on before you begin cutting. During warmer weather hunts, bring citric acid packets to protect against flies and bacteria. And for colder hunts, make sure your meat is elevated and separated on a pole to allow ideal airflow.

Use Bags — One of the best ways to protect your meat when you’re packing out s to use game bags — four bags, to be exact. You should also bring 50 feet of parachute cord so you can hang them. You can adequately distribute weight by placing a loin or two, neck meat, and a backstrap with the bag holding the front shoulders. To lighten your load, you may want to consider removing the bones, especially if it’s hot. 

Check Local Regulations — Before you leave a bunch of game parts lying around on the hillside, make sure to check local regulations on what you can leave behind carefully. After your successful hunt, the last thing you want to deal with is getting into trouble with the law.

Packing Out with R & K Hunting Company

While tedious, packing out your harvested big game animal is an exciting part of your hunt. As your season ends and you’ve successfully packed out, it’s time to think about booking your next hunt. Next season, make sure to book an exciting Rocky Mountain hunting adventure in the beautiful mountains of Utah and Wyoming with the professionals at R & K Hunting Company. We take the stress and headaches out of planning and prepping your hunt so you can focus on landing your next harvest. Contact our team of experts today.

How to Pass the Time During a Slow Hunt

There are plenty of things you can do to pass the time during a slow hunt, so there’s no reason to get bored! Keep reading for some great ideas.

Hunting is a thrilling and adventurous sport, but it’s no secret that things can get somewhat uneventful. Even in the thick of the hunting season, you’re sure to run into a moment or two (or three or four) that is incredibly slow. To combat the slow-moving time and avoid being bored out of your mind, here are a few things you can do during any dull moment.

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Passing the Time During a Hunt

Hunting is full of excitement and adventure, but the slow time can get a bit boring for many hunters. But if you can find something to do that helps you pass the time while you wait for your perfect shot and spend more time outdoors, you’ll increase your chances of ending your hunt successfully! Here are a few ideas to help kill some time during a slow hunt:

Read a Book — Whether you read while you wait or read to unwind at your campsite, you’ll definitely want a book to read. However, the sound of turning pages is enough to catch the attention of the wildlife, so you may want to consider investing in a Kindle or some other eReader to remain as quiet as possible.

Take Up Photography — A fun way to pass the time is to take photos of all the other wildlife you’re sure to see. You’ll be able to capture beautiful birds, sunsets, and landscape photos until you are ready to pull the trigger.

Play a Game on Your Phone — This may not be for everyone, but this is a great time to play your favorite game on your phone for some. Just make sure you put it on silent or wear headphones so as not to disturb the peace.

Bird Watching — Even during the slowest hunts, you’re sure to see plenty of birds and plenty of them are likely to be birds you know nothing about. Bring a pocket bird guide to help you identify them. Instead of a book, you may just want to download a bird-watching app, so you have less to pack.

Take It In — Between work, family, and other extracurricular activities, many people don’t have much time to themselves. For many hunters, sitting in the mountains and enjoying the silence is enough to pass the time. Sit back, and take in the beautiful views, the natural sounds, and fresh mountain air.

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With all of these suggestions, you’ll never be bored during a slow hunt again!

When you hunt with the experts at R & K Hunting Company, there’s never a dull moment. Our knowledgeable and skilled outfitters have decades of experience and will guide you through an exciting Rocky Mountain hunting adventure. You’ll enjoy a pristine wildlife habitat and the abundant game in the majestic mountains of Utah or Wyoming. Contact R & K Hunting Company to book your next hunt today.

10 Things You Didn’t Think to Bring on Your Hunt — Part 2

Knowing what to bring on your hunt may seem simple, but there are some things you might not think to pack along.

Packing for your hunt and gearing up for your trip is incredibly exciting. You’ve waited and prepared for weeks, if not months, for the season to start. The last thing you want is to be on the mountain without some of your essentials. You probably have the basics covered already, so today, we’re going over a few more things you’ll want to make sure you bring on your hunt. If you missed Part 1 of this series, be sure to check it out here.

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10 Things You Didn’t Think to Bring on Your Hunt

Packing the essentials is easy to do, but it’s just as important to bring this list of uncommon, easily forgotten items on your hunt, too. Here are the remaining five things you may want to consider packing:

Medications — Your first aid kit will have all of the basic medications you might need (pain relievers, antibiotic ointments, etc.). But, you won’t want to be stranded in the middle of nowhere and needing some other medications you may not have thought to pack. Bulk up your on-the-go medicine cabinet and bring the following meds:

  • Antacids
  • Antidiarrheal medications
  • Laxatives
  • Antihistamine and Benadryl
  • Anti-anaphylaxis shot if you have life-threatening allergies
  • Hydrocortisone cream
  • Cough and cold medications

Hand Mirror — A handheld mirror allows you to take a glance behind you without much movement and could come in handy (pun intended). Not only that, but a hand mirror can also be useful to check on your camo face paint.

Entertainment of Some Sort — While the thought of being in your blind or tree stand and scouting out the best of the best sounds thrilling, it can get a bit slow here and there. Make sure to bring something that will entertain you during the downtime. This looks different for just about everyone — some will want a book (consider using a tablet of some kind to avoid making noise when you turn pages or a downloaded movie or podcast with headphones.

Trekking Poles — It’s no surprise for an avid hunter that you may run into some rough, uneven, or steep terrain as you make your way to your hunting site. Bringing along a pair of trekking poles will help you keep your balance and stability and will reduce your overall fatigue and chances of getting hurt.

Bird Guide Book or App — When you’re out in the woods, you’re sure to see all sorts of wildlife, especially a wide variety of birds. While it’s not necessary, it can be fun to know what species you’re looking at, so bring along a pocket bird guide so you can look up and learn about the birds in your area.

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What you bring on your hunt can truly help make your hunt a success! 

If you want to increase the likelihood of coming out triumphant even more, contact the professionals at R & K Hunting Company. Our team of expert guides and outfitters will share their knowledge and pro tips and tricks to make your next Rocky Mountain hunting adventure through Utah and Wyoming unforgettable. Contact our team today to book your next hunt.

Tips for Staying Cool During the Early Hunting Season

During the early hunting season, it’s easy to get overheated. Weather doesn’t matter to the avid hunter — we’ll hunt regardless of the conditions. 

However, that doesn’t mean we don’t want to make the hunt as comfortable as possible. Nobody wants to be so uncomfortable that it’s unbearable. Luckily, there are some things you can do to stay cool during those hot early season weeks.

Learn how you can stay comfortable below.

Tips for Staying Cool During the Early Hunting Season

The committed and devoted sportsman has no problem dealing with the 90+ degree weather or the swarming bugs, but that doesn’t mean those parts of hunting are enjoyable. We’ll be the first to say it — that part of the early season is lousy! Thankfully, there are a few things hunters can do to make it a lot more comfortable:

Dress for Success — Staying cool starts with what you are wearing. Always opt for clothes that are lightweight, moisture-wicking, and breathable. These clothes will help you stay dry instead of a sweaty mess and make for a great base layer for fall hunting when temps drop. If the mornings are a bit cooler, bring along clothing you can layer on top and quickly shed as the sun and temperatures rise. Additionally, you may want to invest in a cooling neck wrap whose advanced technology can help you stay cool all day (find a color that won’t give away your spot!).

Hunt From a Blind or Stand — Sitting in direct sunlight can be miserable! Instead, hunt from the ground, tree blind, or tree stand in a shady area. You’ll find that the temperatures will drop ten or more degrees when you use one of these! Not only will blinds block sun rays, but they can also keep mosquitos and other pesky critters from bothering (and biting) you.

Stay Hydrated — During your early season hunt, it is essential to stay hydrated. You should always carry at least one liter of water with you and take drinks often during your hunt. Since you’ll surely be sweating, mix in an electrolyte additive. There are many water bottles and tumblers out there today that will keep ice frozen for hours, if not days, which will help keep you cool. You can also bring additional frozen water bottles that will melt throughout the day, giving you something cold to drink and can be placed on your neck, legs, or abdomen to help you from overheating.

Stay Cool During the Early Hunting Season with R & K Hunting Company 

You’ll undoubtedly feel the heat during the early hunting season, but implementing these tips will help your hunt be a bit more enjoyable.

Take your hunts to the level and book your hunt with R & K Hunting Company. Let our team of experienced professionals plan an unforgettable hunting adventure in the Rocky Mountains of Utah and Wyoming for you to ensure a more pleasurable hunt. Our expert guides can help you make the most out of your next hunt. Contact R & K Hunting Company today to book your next hunt.

10 Things You Didn’t Think to Bring on Your Hunt – Part 1

Whether you’re a packing master or beginner, there are a few things you probably didn’t think to bring on your hunt.

Packing for your hunt is exciting. It means you’re finally getting out on the mountain and could come home victorious. But, it’s important to remember everything you’ll need on the side of a hill for a few days. Even if you’re a packing maximalist, there are possibly a handful of items you forgot to put in your pack that could increase the chances of a triumphant harvest.

Continue reading to learn about ten things you probably didn’t think to bring along on your hunt.

The First 5 Things You Didn’t Think to Bring on Your Hunt

Yes, you’ve got your gun or bow, ammo, sleeping gear, and food. But here are a few things you should bring on your hunt that you may have forgotten about:

Branch Clippers — You’ve probably packed your knife, as most hunters do, but a pair of branch clippers come in handy when you need to remove a branch or two to open up your view. Using a knife to cut through wood is tedious and time-consuming, and a pair of sharpened branch clippers is much better for this job.

Scent Control Clothes — Sure, you’ve probably got scent control spray and used special detergent for your laundry, but you can further conceal your scent with scent control clothing. Deer and other big game heavily rely on their nose and keen sense of smell to keep them aware of their surroundings, so blocking your scent is essential!

Pee Container — Yeah, it’s pretty gross, but while we’re on the topic of smells … Once deer catch a whiff of human urine, they will stay far, far away. You don’t want any sort of human scent lingering at your station, so bring along a pee container with an airtight lid that you can use when nature inevitably calls.

A Whistle — Chances are you won’t need one, but it’s best to be safe and bring a whistle along that’s attached to your clothing. If you were to fall or find yourself unable to move, you’d want to be able to let someone know where you are, and yelling is exhausting.

Sunscreen — Sunscreen is a must-have! Just because the hunting season is in the fall doesn’t mean you won’t spend hours sitting in the sun waiting around for the perfect shot. Make sure to bring your favorite, odorless SPF to block those harmful sun rays.

Going on a Hunt? Contact R & K Hunting Company

With the above advice, you can make your hunt a successful and comfortable adventure. Come back next time for the rest of the list you’ll want to bring on your hunt!

Increase your chances of success with the experts at R & K Hunting Company. Our team of professional guides and outfitters will take you on a Northern Utah Rocky Mountain adventure that you’ll never forget. You’ll love their insider tips and tricks and knowledge and experience of the area, plus you won’t have to worry about the headaches and hassles of planning your trip — we do the work for you. Contact the pros at R & K Hunting Company today to book your next hunt.

3 Things to Keep In Mind When Asking for Permission to Hunt on Private Land

Many hunters find themselves needing to ask for permission to hunt on private land, so here are our best tips to help you do exactly that.

It can be challenging to find the perfect place to hunt if you do not own land. You have very few options:

  • You can hunt on overrun public land
  • You can lease expensive land 
  • You can approach someone about hunting on their land

Of those options, the last one is ideal — but it definitely poses some challenges. Plenty of landowners aren’t quick to open their property to someone they don’t know, especially if they have had past issues with people trespassing. But, to help you gain access to private land for hunting this season, there are three things to keep in mind as you ask them for permission to hunt on their land.

3 Things to Keep in Mind When Asking to Hunt on Private Land

#1 Make a Good First Impression

While the hunting season is months away, now is the ideal time to start looking to hunt on private land. It does not look good to wait until a week before the season begins to ask a private landowner to hunt on their land — in most cases, the answer will be “NO!” Generally speaking, most people don’t like random people showing up at their homes without warning. Ideally, you’d make a phone call first where you can schedule a face-to-face meeting. Your chances of them saying “yes” when they expect you are much better than if you were to surprise them. 

Here are a few more ways to make a good first impression with the landowner:

  • Most of the time, there is no shortage of work on acres and acres of land, so ask how you can help
  • Don’t ask for access to all of their land, just access to the areas you’re interested in
  • Come bearing gifts — it never hurts to be polite and suck up just a little

#2 Share the Love

Make sure to offer to share part of your harvest. They shared their land; the least you can do is share part of your bounty. You’ll likely have more meat than you know what to do with and sharing the love is the perfect way to say thank you and maintain a good relationship with them. Sweeten the deal even further by having it professionally processed or doing it yourself before gifting it to them. It may cost you more money, but it’s the price you may need to pay to have access to their land.

#3 The Landowner’s Say is the Law

It is essential to remember that you are the landowner’s guest once they allow you to hunt on their land. This means that whatever they say goes — they make the rules, and their word is the law! If they say you can access the land on certain days, honor that — don’t just show up whenever you want. Make sure to get additional permission about setting tree stands and trail cams and set up clear expectations about accessing the land to check on your things. Make sure you understand 100% what their boundaries and expectations are and be respectful to those things.

Skip Asking for Permission to Hunt on Private Land — Contact R & K Hunting Company

If you’re like most, it might be out of your comfort zone to ask anyone for permission to hunt on private land. Instead, contact R & K Hunting Company, where we do all of the planning and work for you. Skip all the headaches and hassles of organizing the perfect hunting trip in the Rocky Mountains of Wyoming and Utah and let our knowledgeable and experienced team handle the task. Contact R & K Hunting Company for an unforgettable hunting adventure today.

5 Things You Need for a Great Campsite

Whether you’re gearing up for hunting season or just getting out to enjoy the mountain air, there are a few things you need to make a great campsite.

There’s nothing like coming back to camp after a long day full of hunting and hiking. You’re tired and hungry, and kicking back and relaxing is just what you need! Sure, no campsite is perfect, and none are quite like home, but a good campsite can really make a difference. Unfortunately, not all campsites are created equally, and there are some things you can do to elevate your experience and make your campsite great.

Read how you can make your campsite even better below.

5 Things Your Need for a Great Campsite

One of the best parts of hunting is enjoying the great outdoors, but let’s be honest. There are always things we can do to make our campsites even better. Here’s how:

  1. Find a Campsite with Enough Space —Often times your campsite ends up being smaller than you actually thought. Make sure you find a campsite large enough to accommodate your fire pit and seating around it, your “kitchen,” and anything else that is a must-have for you and your crew.
  2. Good Food Makes for Good Camping — Cooking at a campsite doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some good eats! With high-quality ingredients and some preparation, you can eat better on the mountainside than you do at home. Here are a bunch of fantastic camping recipe ideas.
  3. Make What You Can Comfortable — Just because you’re hunting doesn’t mean you can’t be as comfortable as possible. Here are a few ways you can make your campsite as comfortable as possible:
  • Large Enough Tent — There’s no reason to feel cramped in your tent. Make sure to bring a large enough tent that can accommodate you, your tent mates, and everyone’s belongings. 
  • Air Mattress or Cot — If you’re still sleeping on an old, thin sleeping pad, you’re doing it wrong. A good night’s sleep is essential to a successful hunt, so upgrade to an air mattress or cot.
  • Bring What You Want — Sure, it might take extra space, but if there’s something you love at home that makes things more comfortable, like your favorite mug, robe, or book, bring it along!
  1. Elevate Your Kitchen — Aside from the basics, there are some things you can bring along that will elevate your camp kitchen and improve your meals. Bring your good knives, cutting board, and portable table. Consider investing in a portable charcoal grill or quality dutch oven. These small changes can make a big difference.
  2. Pack a Hammock — Yes, you can rest your bones on your cot or camp chair, but wouldn’t it be great to set up a hammock amid fresh smelling pines with a view of the stars and valley below? Do it!

Forget About a Great Campsite — Contact R & K Hunting Company Today!

Planning your hunt and making a great campsite can be time consuming. Instead of doing all the work yourself, call the professional outfitters and guides at R & K Hunting Company. Our knowledgeable and experienced team takes the hassles and headaches out of planning your hunt and setting up camp. With beautiful cabins, comfortable beds, and advice and pro tips from our expert guides, you’ll understand why people come back season after season. Enjoy a luxury hunting experience in the scenic mountains of Wyoming and Utah. Contact R & K Hunting Company to book your next hunt today!