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5 Ways To Improve Your Campfire Meals

5 Ways To Improve Your Campfire Meals

 

Aside from hunting and spending time in the great outdoors, the best part about your hunting trip is the food and campfire meals — unless it isn’t!

Hunting isn’t just about harvesting a trophy buck. Well, sure it is, but there’s a lot more about the sport than just that. It’s an experience, and one of our favorite parts about the hunting experience is the food that you get to enjoy during it. Of course, not everyone is a 5-star Michelin chef, but there are a few things you can do to improve your campfire meals and make people think you are one.

Continue reading to learn how you can improve your campfire meals on your hunt.

How to Improve Your Campfire Meals

If the food you eat during your hunt is lacking, implement the following five tips to upgrade your campfire meals:

  1. Seasoning and Spices Are Essential — Whether you pack in your meals or plan to fish, hunt, or forage your food, nobody is interested in eating a bland dish. As you pack for your hunting trip, don’t forget to bring your favorite seasonings and spices to use while you cook. This is especially true when it comes to salt. Salt will enhance and bring out the flavors in your meal.
  2. Pack a Few Lemons — When life gives you lemons, bring them on your hunting trip to use for your campfire meals. Lemons are ideal for hunting trip dinners because they are easy to pack, do not require refrigeration, and add plenty of flavor to your meals, especially if you’re preparing fish.
  3. Build the Best Campfire — Not all campfires are created equally. In fact, the meals you prepare over your campfire are only as good as the fire itself. Building the perfect fire is crucial! In a safe location, start your fire with kindling and tinder, and slowly add kiln-dried firewood after the flame gets going. Kiln-dried firewood is best because its moisture content is less than 15%. The wood you’ll find in the mountains can have close to 100% moisture content, which is no good for fires.
  4. Make a Plan — Before you head to the high country, make sure to make a plan for each of the meals you’ll prepare. Your meals do not need to be elaborate or fancy; some of the best campfire meals are simple. Just make sure you have a plan in place, and you bring everything you’ll need.
  5. Use a Cast Iron Skillet — Okay, we know a cast iron skillet isn’t the easiest thing to pack in and out of camp, but cooking with a cast iron skillet or dutch oven really elevates a meal. Hear us out — they hold heat very well and are easy to care for (you don’t even need to use dish soap!). If bringing a cast iron skillet is out of the question, opt for aluminum foil dinners instead.

Don’t Sweat About Your Campfire Meals — Let R & K Hunting Company Handle It

If you’re ready to focus on harvesting a big buck without having to worry about preparing campfire meals, let R & K Hunting Company handle it! Our team does all the planning and work for you, so you can entirely enjoy your hunting experience in the beautiful mountains of Utah and Wyoming. We have many options that include hunting lodges and ranches complete with kitchens, barbecue grills, open-pit campfires, and chefs. There’s nothing like eating a chef-prepared meal at the end of a long day of hunting. Contact R & K Hunting Company to book your next hunt!

Hunting with Your UTV: 7 Must-Have Accessories

7 Must-Have Accessories When Hunting with Your UTV

 

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.

Tips For Planning Your Next Hunt

If hunting is one of your favorite hobbies, you probably don’t waste any time before planning your next hunt for the following year.

Hunting is an exciting sport, but a successful trip doesn’t just happen on a whim or at a moment’s notice. No, a hunt takes plenty of forethought, planning, and organization. Planning your hunt can seem a bit intimidating, and it can be confusing to know where to start. But we’re here to give you a few pointers (we’re pretty good at planning hunts) for planning your next hunt.

Are you interested in planning a hunt yourself? Read more below.

Tips for Planning Your Next Hunt

Plan Your Meals — If there’s one thing for sure is that you’ll work up quite the appetite during your hunt. Between hiking challenging terrain and sitting in extreme elements, you’ll be ready to dig into the grub as soon as you get back to camp. Ideally, you’ll make meals that are not only tasty but meals that can be ready as quickly as possible. Find recipes you can prepare ahead of time so you can ring that dinner bell as soon as you can at the end of your day.

Set Up a Comfortable Camp — Even though there’s no place like home, it’s nice to feel comfortable even on your hunt. Make sure you pack everything you’ll need for an ideal weekend away. Don’t forget your kitchen set up, tents, cots, and other bedding, gear, and everything else in between.

Understand the Rules and Regulations — It’s essential to make sure you thoroughly understand the rules and regulations in the area where you’ve chosen to hunt. Don’t find yourself on the wrong side of the law because of a simple misunderstanding. You are responsible for your actions, so learning the dos and don’ts is crucial.

Have an Idea of How You’ll Pack Out — You’ve done it! You’ve successfully shot your trophy animal! But it’s important to remember the work doesn’t stop there. No, really, it’s just another phase of your hunt just beginning. Make sure you have a plan as to how you’ll pack out. You might need to prepare to do it on foot with a game cart or with some help from a horse or UTV.

Make a Plan B — You’ll spend lots of time planning your hunt. You’ve figured out everything from where you’ll eat and sleep to where you’ll scout and hunt and everything in between. But then, after you show up, you might find that camps are set up everywhere, there’s a lack of game, or something else goes wrong (this happens a lot on public hunting land). While Plan A looks and sounds impressive, having a solid Plan B in place is wise.

Forget About Planning Your Next Hunt — Contact R & K Hunting Company

As you can see, a lot goes into planning your next hunt, so let R & K Hunting Company do the work for you! There’s no need for you to work yourself up and bother yourself with the headaches and hassles of organizing your own Rocky Mountain hunting adventure when our experienced and knowledgeable pros will do it for you. You have enough on your plate, and you deserve to enjoy some time in the beautiful mountains of Utah and Wyoming on private hunting land. Skip the tedious planning process, and contact R & K Hunting Company and book your next hunt with us today.

Pros of Hiring a Professional Hunting Guide

Whether you’re an experienced hunter or new to the sport, hiring a professional hunting guide, this season might be one of the best moves you make.

As a hunter, you may have a few things figured out, such as where you like to hunt, who you bring along, what gear you prefer to use, and more. It’s said that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, and while this may be true for some, it’s important for hunters to evolve their patterns and strategies as time goes by. What once worked a couple of decades ago, or even a few seasons back, may not be your best move. To help you explore other options and methods, you can hire a professional guide to share their insider tips and tricks with you.

If you’re not sold on hiring an expert guide, continue reading to see the advantages they bring to the table.

The Advantages of Hiring a Professional Hunting Guide

Ease of Planning — Hunting requires a lot of prepping and planning that can take away from the entire experience. The planning process can certainly feel stressful and is overall a headache. But when you book with a private hunting firm, you hand over the burden and hassles of it all. Your meals, where you’ll sleep, and everything in between is planned for you. Moreover, you’ll be guided through an exciting hunt.

Trophy Hunt Opportunities — One of the biggest reasons hunters book a hunting trip with a guide is that they are anxious to finally land that trophy animal. Many hunters try for years and even decades to get that giant trophy with no success. But a professional hunting guide can help you achieve your goals and end your trip triumphantly.

Expand Your Knowledge — Humans are creatures of habit, and if you’ve embarked on the same hunt year after year, it may be time to stretch your knowledge of the sport. Unlock your full potential with a private guide. You can work with a guide that will teach you new strategies and tried-and-true techniques that could completely change the way you hunt. The guides are hunters themselves and have plenty of insider tips and tricks to share.

Exclusive Habitats and Land — Because most public hunting lands are overcrowded and over-hunted, it’s no surprise that these hunting experiences are subpar. Instead of hunting these sparse habitats, working with a private hunting firm will grant you access to private hunting land. These areas produce healthy and abundant game, which makes for an exciting, fair hunting chase.

In Need of a Professional Hunting Guide? Contact R & K Hunting Company

If any of this sounds good to you, you’ll want to contact and hire a professional hunting guide at R & K Hunting Company. Our team of experts is here to provide you with a unique and tailored Rocky Mountain hunting adventure that you’ll never forget. Our helpful and knowledgeable staff will take the headaches and hassles of planning your hunt, leaving you to enjoy only the good and exciting parts. So contact R & K Hunting Company to book your next hunt today.

7 Pieces of Hunting Gear and Clothes You’re Forgetting to De-Scent

You’ve got a handle on scent control, but there are likely pieces of hunting gear that you’re still forgetting to de-scent.

Controlling your scent on your hunt is one of the most important parts of hunting. Because their eyesight isn’t always keen, many animals heavily rely on their incredible sense of smell to detect things and understand their surroundings — and big game is no different. Most hunters remember to de-scent themselves and most of their clothes, but there are likely several pieces of hunting gear that you may have overlooked. 

Continue reading to learn which items to remove your smelly, offensive human scent from.

7 Pieces of Hunting Gear and Clothes You Might Be Forgetting to De-Scent

Make sure you’re not the smelly kid on your hunt and de-scent the following seven items:

  1. Pack — Your backpack and/or waist pack will surely get handled a lot on your hunt. They will also soak up plenty of sweat. Make sure to pay special attention to the parts that make contact with you as you spray your de-scenting solution, such as the straps and padding on the back.
  2. Hunting Boots — Old or new, your hunting boots are probably stinky to the wildlife you’re stalking. Before heading on your hunt, make sure to give your hunting boots, especially the rubber bottoms and laces, a good spray with a scent-eliminating solution. Your boots come into contact the very most with the woods, so don’t forget your boots!
  3. Gloves — Another part of your body that comes into contact with the woods during your hunt is your hands, so wearing gloves is ideal to not spread your human smell all over creation. But wearing gloves won’t do much if you forget to wash them often and spray them all over before and after putting them on.
  4. Armguard — If you’re hunting with a bow, don’t forget to wash and de-scent your armguard, which often goes overlooked.
  5. Hat and Face Mask — Between sweat, breath, and any other secretions that come from our heads, you’re sure to catch the attention of the wildlife in the area unless you regularly wash your hat, face mask, and other hunting headgear and spray them down.
  6. Gun or Bow Case — If you carry your gun or bow in a case, you’ll need to treat it like you would any other piece of clothing or gear when it comes to scent control.
  7. Firearm or Bow Sling — In addition to your case, if you use a sling to carry your gun, especially those made of fabric, you’ll need to spray it. Fabric slings will soak up every bit of sweat and scent it can! So treat it accordingly.

Bring Your De-Scented Hunting Gear on Your Next Hunt With R & K Hunting Company

Concealing your scent and the smell of your hunting gear is essential to the success of your hunt.

If you’d like more insider tips and tricks, book your next hunt with the professionals at R & K Hunting Company. Our knowledgeable guides and outfitters have years of experience and can’t wait to share their pro tips with you. For an exciting Rocky Mountain hunting adventure in the beautiful hills and valleys of Utah or Wyoming, contact R & K Hunting Company 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.

Continue reading to learn more.

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.

Slow Hunt? Not With R & K Hunting Company

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.

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!

The Importance of Wearing Blaze Orange

What you wear during your hunt plays a considerable role in your comfort and safety, and when it comes to safety, wearing blaze orange is essential.

Along with your other gear, like camo, boots, and backpack, if you plan to hunt this coming season, you’ll need a good amount of hunter orange. This fluorescent orange color is not worn because it looks good — though we like that aspect of it, too — but because it plays an essential role in keeping you safe in the forest and on the mountain. Without it, you could not only be breaking the law, but you could also be putting your life at serious risk.

Learn more about why wearing hunter’s orange is essential below.

Why Do Hunters Wear Blaze Orange?

For folks that don’t hunt, the idea of wearing both camouflage and hunter orange might seem a bit contradictory. In fact, it may seem like an oxymoron to be trying to blend in and stand out at the same time. Well, believe it or not, that’s precisely what hunters are trying to do. Blaze orange is one of the brightest, most obvious colors to humans. Wearing hunter orange is the best way to ensure other hunters see you and don’t accidentally mistake you for game. The more orange you wear, the more visible you will be to those around you. 

Can Deer Detect the Color Orange?

But if humans can easily see orange colors, can’t the deer you’re hunting see it, too? No! Because deer are dichromatic, they are essentially red-green colorblind. To deer, fluorescent orange appears a shade of brown, gray, or green, like the color of your camouflage. Deer have limited visual acuity and lack accurate depth perception, so you do not need to worry about the fine details of your camouflage patterns. Instead, you should focus on breaking up your human silhouette and move slowly. In short, you can wear hunter orange and still blend into your surroundings. 

Deer easily detect movement via hearing and have an excellent sense of smell. If you can see a deer’s eyes, they will surely sense any movements you make. Moreover, if you have any scent on you and the wind blows just right, they’ll be able to smell you from a mile away.

What Are Utah’s Requirements for Wearing Blaze Orange?

Most states require you to wear a certain amount of hunter’s orange during your hunt; Utah is among those states. Utah law states that hunters must wear at least 400 square inches of orange on their back, chest, and head in areas where a centerfire rifle hunt is in progress. Solid hunter orange clothing is preferred, but camouflage orange is permitted.

Wear Blaze Orange on Your Next Hunt with R & K Hunting Company

The best and easiest way to stay safe during your hunt is to wear blaze orange, but for a safe and adventure-packed hunt, contact the pros at R & K Hunting Company. Let our knowledgeable team take on the burden of planning and preparing your hunt, leaving you to enjoy only the good parts. We offer hunters an exciting and unforgettable hunting experience in the beautiful Utah and Wyoming mountains that will bring you back year after year. Contact us to book your next hunt today.

Ways To Use Your Trail Cams Throughout The Off Season

Trail cams are valuable tools for hunters and come in handy during hunting season, but did you ever think to use them during the off-season?

During the hunting season, hunters can’t wait to get their hands on their trail cameras to see what photos they have in store. This helpful and, to many, essential scouting tool helps you get an insider look during important times, such as early season, the rut, and more. Many hunters pack up their cameras and put them away after the season ends, but you could be missing out on some pretty exciting stuff. There’s a lot more that you can get out of your trail cam, even during the off-season. You may want to consider holding off putting your trail camera away.

Continue reading to learn how you can get even more out of your trail camera during the off-season below.

4 Smart Ways You Can Use Trail Cams During the Off-Season

  1. Check out and Scout Other Wild Game — Of course, your trail cam is essential to deer hunting and a staple for most. But, trail cameras can also be useful in scouting other game such as springtime turkeys, bears, predators, and more. When the spring hunt for gobblers approaches, hang one near your blind. Like deer hunting, you can get an idea of the habits and day-to-day practices of the turkeys you plan to hunt.
  2. Shed Hunting Tips — If you place your trail camera in just the right spot, you might be able to get insider tips on when that big buck you’ve been chasing drops his antlers. You could be first on the mountain to shed hunt with this insider information.
  3. Catch Trespassers — One of the most annoying things as a landowner is when people trespass on your land. If you have people making their way onto your hunting property or are worried someone might try to steal your tree stand or blind, place your trail cam in an inconspicuous spot to catch these trespassers in the act. You may want to think about investing in a wireless or cellular trail cam, so you don’t have to mess around with collecting your SD card. These cams will save you time since they instantly send you pictures and videos right to your cell. So, even if the thief makes out with your camera, you’ll at least have a picture of them.
  4. Summer Sneak Peek — While things like home ranges can change before the next season, summer is an ideal time for taking inventory of bucks while they are still in their bachelor groups. A well-placed trail camera right along the edge of a food plot can tell you a lot about the bucks in the area and the routes they take to and from their bedding areas.

Contact R & K Hunting Company

Trail cams are a helpful tool that every hunter should utilize regardless of the time of year. Trail cameras are a great way to improve your skill and keep you busy year-round. To further enhance your game, contact the skilled and knowledgeable guides at R & K Hunting Company. With years of hunting outfitter experience, we serve the states of Utah and Wyoming, and we can help you make the most of your next Rocky Mountain hunting adventure. Contact us to book your next hunt today.

Book Your Hunting Trip with R & K Hunting Company

With so many options and locations out there, booking your hunting trip can feel overwhelming, especially if you’re newer to the scene.

However, it doesn’t have to, thanks to R & K Hunting Company. R & K Hunting Company is different because we are built on years of outfitting experience, wildlife science, and thoughtful and careful business planning. With some of the best hunting grounds in the Western United States, we are dedicated to sustaining prime wildlife habitats, producing abundant, healthy games, and providing an exciting and fair chase hunt. Because of this philosophy, our hunting groups are small and give the hunters an exceptional opportunity to harvest impressive animals.

Continue reading to learn more about the various hunting opportunities with R & K Hunting Company below.

The Best Places to Hunt

QUEEN MOUNTAIN RANCH — For a lavish hunting adventure, check out Queen Mountain Ranch that features more than 8,000 square feet of luxurious living space and 100 square miles of mountain wilderness that is teeming with impressive trophy game. The Queen Mountain Ranch boasts 11 bedrooms, eight bathrooms, three great rooms, and many other amenities, including chef-cooked meals and spectacular views from the hot tub. This memorable stay is about two hours from the Salt Lake City International Airport and only a 30-minute drive from Park City.

SOUTH FORK LODGE — In a short 50-minute drive from the SLC International Airport, you’ll find the rustic seven-bedroom, six-bathroom South Fork Lodge. This property is perfect for year-round use, but this lodge is a favorite among trophy hunters hosted by the pros at R & K Hunting Company in the late summer and fall. In addition to spectacular views and unforgettable hunting, you can enjoy a privately stocked fishing pond and a bubbling stream. You’ll love the comfortable accommodations, including a 12-person hot tub, horses and stables, shooting range, and more when you stay at the South Fork Lodge.

CENTRAL UTAH RANCH — As the name suggests, this ranch is located in the rugged wilderness of Central Utah. This canvas wall tent camp is 25 miles from Price, UT, and 2.5 hours from the Salt Lake City International Airport. This camp features eight tents, a cooking trailer, a dining tent, and a refrigerator unit for your harvested game. Each tent is outfitted with power, lights, cots with mattresses, and a nearby bathroom complete with showers. At this ranch, you can enjoy comfort and proximity to nature with real, home-cooked meals. An impressive number of trophy animals have been taken out of this area in Utah, including Boone and Crockett heads.

THE MORGAN LODGE — The Morgan Lodge, found in the heart of the Wasatch Mountains, features numerous hunting lodges and camps. The main facility boasts a kitchen, two bedrooms, three bedrooms (with six showers), and a great room complete with a TV, couches, and tables. The outbuildings are smaller heated cabins outfitted with two bunk beds under the beautiful shade of the cottonwood trees. The R & K guides can individualize your hunting experience at the Morgan Lodge for those with special needs or minimal foot travel to rigorous vertical hunts.

Contact R & K Hunting Company

Deciding on and booking your next hunting trip has never been easier, thanks to the excellent professionals at R & K Hunting Company. Let our knowledgeable and experienced staff give you an experience you’ll never forget in Utah and Wyoming! Contact R & K Hunting Company today and find out why over 90% of our clients come back season after season.