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Get Ready for Our October Hunts

Get Ready for Our October Hunts

Silver Spur Outfitters & Lodge offers regular combination elk, deer and bear hunts running from October 12th to November 11th. These hunts are a true test of your wilderness skills, and we want you to be ready to enjoy the Idaho backcountry.

hunting campsite with Silver Spur Outfitters & LodgeWhat to Know

These hunting trips require a 5 to 12-mile horseback ride to camp where you’ll be staying. Our camp is set up with tents, tables, chairs, and a wood stove with complete kitchen and a propane stove. Our tents have cots with foam pads and a wood stove for heat.

You will be accompanied by hunting guides and a camp cook, so when you go on the long-day hunting excursions, you can come back to a home cooked meal that will warm you up.

For the experienced:

We also have deluxe drop camps for the experienced.  We help you pack up and send you off. You have all the equipment you need when you get there, but you will pack up your game.  There are radio communications at the camp for emergencies.

The Benefits

Idaho has one of the best backcountries in all of the United States.  From mountains to lakes to flat lands, we have it all.  A hunting trip with us in Idaho will leave you in awe from the beautiful outdoors here.

At Silver Spur Outfitters & Lodge, we offer trail rides, pack trips, hunting trips, and winter adventures.  We have a wilderness log lodge with all the convenience of home, so that you can sleep comfortably, as well as be adventuring outdoors during the day. The backcountry provides some amazing photographing, fishing, and camping opportunities, which are great for all ages.

Contact Silver Spur Outfitters & Lodge at 208-842-2417 to find out more about our regular combination hunting trips for October 12th through November 11th.

Beginner’s Guide to Field Judging Bighorn Sheep

Beginner’s Guide to Field Judging Bighorn Sheep

If you’re a wild sheep hunter, your goal should always be to kill a mature ram. These older males, who are at the end of their reproductive years, are most susceptible to winter weather and predators, so it makes sense from a conservation standpoint to focus on them. It’s also a legal issue, since many… Continue Reading

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