Idaho Guided Wolf Hunts with Deadwood Outfitters
Plan your Idaho Wolf Hunt with Deadwood Outfitters' experienced wolf hunting guides in the Frank Church Wilderness and Sawtooth Units 33 and 34, permitted on 340 square miles of prime hunting land.
Our Idaho wolf hunting guides offer Wolf Hunts as part of Combination Elk Hunts. You just need to purchase a Wolf Tag, or book an exclusive Wolf Hunt.
If you are in search of a Trophy Wolf Pelt, then hunting wolves during the winter months through March will produce better results. Our Idaho wolf is easier to track in the snow, has had time to grow larger, and will have prime winter pelts.
If you are interested Trophy Wolf hunting, then this fully guided Idaho wolf hunting trip with Guaranteed Wolf Tag is for you!
Thrill of the Hunt for Wolves in Backcountry Hunting Land!
Guided Wolf Hunts
- EXCLUSIVE WOLF HUNT $3500.00 plus tax
- Wolf hunts can be combined when you book any other hunt at no additional charge!
- A 50% deposit is required to confirm your hunting dates. The balance is due upon arrival in cash, cashiers, or certified check.
Idaho Guided Wolf Hunts in the Sawtooth Wilderness
Tom & Dawn Carter
P.O. Box 1107
Cascade, Idaho 83611
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Idaho Youth Hunter Discounts
Ages 12 to 17
Family owned and operated Deadwood Outfitters values the unity of family, offering a 25% discount for the young hunter you bring for their first hunt with us! Share a never to be forgotten "Thrill of the Hunt", experiencing one-on-one with nature with your young hunters!
Youth hunting for both residents and non-residents is promoted by the Idaho Fish and Game offering reduced license and tag fees.
Deadwood Outfitters Idaho Wolf Hunts are truly rugged Idaho backcountry adventures. Set out each day from Deadwood's Snowbound Lodge with our Idaho Hunting Guides on snowmobiles to track the ever moving Wolves.
Return to the lodge for a hearty delicious meal and share stories of the day's adventures, soak in wood fired hot tub under the evening stars, and sleep soundly in a rustic cabin.
Wolves traditionally hunt for "SPORT", often times attacking an animal or group of animals and then walk off and leave most of the meat. The wolf "hunt for sport" pattern has reduced the overall population of elk and deer in Idaho, causing Idaho Fish and Game to allow Wolf Hunts.
Idaho's first wolf hunting season was a well-regulated wolf hunt and overall was successful in slowing the growth of Idaho's wolf population.
Deadwood Lodge offers many winter activities for the outdoor adventurer in your group who doesn't hunt! While you and your group are out hunting, the others can stay back at the lodge and enjoy a fun filled day of sledding, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, or just snuggling up by the fire with a good book!
Near Boise, Garden Valley, Cascade, Lewiston Stanley and Sun Valley, Idaho.