Suggested Gear List



**BE PREPARED: The better shape you are in the better your hunt will be.
 Practice, Practice, Practice your shots from different angles and positions!*

Please read the Colorado Parks & Wildlife Rules and Regulations:

We Recommend that you apply for preference points every year in March for the species you may want to hunt in the future, the CPW could make it harder to get tags in the future!!

>This is just a suggested gear list and none of the clothing or gear is required, with exception of an orange hat and vest during rifle and muzzleloader seasons, along with your Hunters Safety Card and Hunting License.


Personal Items & Clothing For Drop Camps & Cabin

>Quiet Rain Gear/ Outer Shell       
>Base Wear (light to medium weight)       
** Blaze Orange hat and vest for those hunting Muzzleloader & Rifle Seasons.
              State Law is 500sq. Inches on the head, chest and back.       
>Gloves (lightweight or heavyweight depending on the season)       
>Beanie ( Wool Recommended in cooler weather)        
>2 Pairs waterproofed boots (400g or less) that are broken in!        
>High Quality socks and sock liners
>Long underwear (for the Colder Season)       
>Several pairs of Camo clothing and light jackets(heavier jacket for High Country Hunters)        
Several patterns work well in our area…
>Dressing in layers is the best policy and wool is highly recommended in the later seasons        
>Clothes and shoes for relaxing at night at camp.      
>Scent Free Sunscreen             
>Scent free soap/shampoo     
>Special Snacks & Drinks you may want       
>Flashlights/ Headlamps & Extra Batteries
>Personal Toiletries and Belongings        
>Ear Plugs (for snoring)                      
> Water Purifier
>Sleeping Bag/Pillow, towels
>Gaiters for your boots are handy to have in the High Country.

> For ALL of you hunting with us, we do recommend that you DRIVE OUT, shipping costs are extremely high and we have found that hunters find it easier and more economical to drive and take home their meat and heads on their own.

Archery Hunters: All Camps

Hunting Gear:
>Spare Sting
>Broadheads and practice tips
>String Wax
>Release and maybe an extra
>Small Allen Wrench
>Wind Checker
>Range Finder with extra battery
>Knife, matches small survival kit
>Headlamp and batteries and/or flashlight
>Daypack or Backpack with Water Bottle Or hydration bladder
>Hunters Safety Card (if born after Jan. 1 1949 State Law) UNLESS ALREADY VERIFIED WITH THE STATE OF CO
>License (if not purchasing when you arrive)

  >>Archery tags are available over the counter at any sporting goods store or Walmart.

**Be practiced on archery shots from many different shooting positions and angles from 20-60 yards for the best chance at bagging your trophy. There will be targets in Camp for practice- bring arrows you are used to using we recommend FIXED BLADES!!

*All HUNTERS: Colorado has very unpredictable weather in the Fall. It could be 60 degrees during the day and below 10 degrees in the morning during Rifle season and 90 in the day and 20 in the morning, during Archery. Dressing in layers (long underwear) is the best way to combat the cold. You can’t go wrong with wool clothing in the later seasons.


Rifle/Muzzle Hunters: ALL CAMPS

Hunting Gear:
>Quality Scopenon-fog) with Scope Cover
>Spotting Scope if you would like
>Shooting sticks
>Anti-Fog wipes
>Wind Checker
>Range Finder with extra battery
>Hand Warmers   
>Knife, matches small survival kit
>Orange Flagging
** Blaze Orange hat and vest for those hunting Muzzleloader & Rifle Seasons.
        State Law is 500sq. Inches on the head, chest and back.
>Daypack or Backpack with water bottle or hydration bladder
>Hunters Safety Card (if born after Jan.1,1949 State Law)
      UNLESS ALREADY VERIFIED WITH THE STATE OF COLORADO >License(if not purchasing when you arrive)
>Headlamp and Flashlights with extra batteries

What We Provide

** What we will provide for you at Drop Camp

—2 16x20 tent waterproofed and tarps —Cot and foam pad for each hunter

—Wood heating and cooking stove —Fire starter & lighter

—3 burner propane stove with propane —Wood cut and stacked

—Axe and shovel —Water - either natural or water cans

—All necessary cooking and eating utensils —Small folding chairs or seats

—Fire extinguisher and med kit —Propane lanterns with propane

—Plus any other necessary camping equipment - A Garmin Inreach for Communication

__ Solar Portable charger ( for cell phone and Garmin charging)

We provide game packing for all drop camps. 
Hunters should come prepared to take care of game.
For at least one day - all game bags, etc…


If you are being packed into Drop Camp
>It is easier to pack in gear if each hunter has the same or close to the size of duffle bag as the group.
>Those hunting at the High Country horseback hunt will need to bring a warm sleeping bag/pillow and towels/wash cloth.


>Be prepared to head into camp between 9am & 11am the day before you hunt starts, the exact time will be determined by Dustin and/or guide 2 days prior to the hunt.

-If staying at Hubbard Creek “Basecamp” Cabin it is completely outfitted with all bedding, linens, towels and cook-ware.
We just suggest bringing your own sleeping bag & pillow. WiFi will also be available for your use.

>Bring your Colorado Hunting License (unless you are purchasing license when you get here)
Archery tags are available over the counter at any sporting goods store or Walmart.

>Hunting license, meat processing, meat shipping and taxidermy work/shipping are NOT included in the price of your hunt.