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Buck Brush

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This Hunt has a maximum of 4 guests. Each guest will be required to submit their proper licenses to have this booking accepted. 

MURPHY RANCH INC.

Buck Brush

September 2, 2024

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November 16, 2024

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This Hunt has a maximum of 4 guests. Each guest will be required to submit their proper licenses to have this booking accepted. 

Terrian Details

🦌 Mule Deer Hunting at its Finest: Your Ultimate Ranch Adventure Awaits! 🌄

🏞️ Location: Murphy Ranch INC, 2240 West HWY 40 Hayden, CO 81639
🏡 Accommodation: Lodging Available
🦌 Hunting Season: September to November
👨‍👩‍👦‍👦 Ideal for: Passionate Hunters & Outdoor Enthusiasts
🏹 Experience Level: All Levels Welcome

Are you ready for the hunting experience of a lifetime? Join us at our exclusive ranch in the heart of Northwestern Colorado, where mule deer hunting dreams come true. Discover the thrill of the chase and the beauty of the wild in one unforgettable adventure.

Prime Hunting Grounds:
Our expansive ranch boasts some of the most sought-after mule deer hunting grounds in the region. With an abundance of mule deer, you'll have ample opportunities to track and pursue these magnificent creatures.

Experienced Guides:
Our seasoned guides are not just experts in hunting; they're passionate about the wilderness and conservation. They'll share their knowledge, guide you to the best hunting spots, and ensure your safety and success.

Varied Hunting Styles:
Whether you're an experienced hunter or a novice, we cater to all skill levels. Choose your preferred hunting style—spot and stalk, blinds, or still hunting—and customize your experience.

Hunt of a Lifetime:
Imagine the exhilaration of spotting a majestic mule deer buck, the adrenaline rush of the pursuit, and the satisfaction of a successful harvest. This is the hunt of a lifetime, and it happens here on our rugged, unspoiled terrain.

Book Your Hunt:
Limited slots are available for this exclusive mule deer hunting experience. Don't miss your chance to be part of an adventure that combines the thrill of the hunt with the beauty of the wilderness. Reserve your spot now and embark on a journey that every hunter dreams of.

Rediscover the primal connection to the land, the pursuit of game, and the joy of the hunt. Join us at our Rustic Ranch Retreat for the mule deer hunting adventure you've always imagined. 🦌🌄🏹

Our Rates
We provide additional pricing options

Additional Persons : 

$200

up to 3 additional people.

Additional People will be required to submit necessary documents to hunt.

Travel with a Guide:

Guide Half Day

$200

Guide Full Day

$200

Lodging Available

Activity Details

Hunting big game in Northwest Colorado requires careful preparation and adherence to regulations to ensure a safe and successful hunt. Here's a guide on what you'll need: 1. Hunting License and Tags: Obtain the appropriate hunting license and tags for the specific big game species you intend to hunt. Check Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) for the most up-to-date regulations and application processes. 2. Firearm: Choose a suitable rifle or bow depending on your preferred hunting method and the species you're targeting. Ensure your firearm is legal and properly sighted in. 3. Ammunition or Arrows: Bring enough ammunition or arrows for your hunting trip. Make sure your equipment is appropriate for the game you're pursuing. 4. Optics: Quality binoculars and a spotting scope are essential for spotting game from a distance, especially in the vast and rugged terrain of Northwest Colorado. 5. Clothing: Dress in layers to stay comfortable in changing weather conditions. Camouflage or earth-toned clothing that blends into the environment is ideal. 6. Hunting Boots: Sturdy and waterproof hunting boots with good ankle support are crucial for navigating rugged terrain. 7. Backpack: Use a comfortable and durable hunting backpack to carry your gear, water, food, and field dressing equipment. 8. Field Dressing Kit: Include a sharp hunting knife, game bags, and gloves for field dressing and processing harvested animals. 9. Hunting Calls: Depending on the big game species, you may need calls such as elk bugles, deer grunts, or predator calls to attract animals. 10. GPS and Maps: Carry a GPS device or smartphone with GPS capabilities, along with paper maps of the hunting area. Familiarize yourself with the terrain to avoid getting lost. 11. Camping Gear: If you plan to camp during your hunting trip, bring a suitable tent, sleeping bag, cooking equipment, and food. 12. Personal Items: Pack essentials such as a flashlight, headlamp, first aid kit, insect repellent, sunscreen, and toiletries. 13. Water and Food: Bring plenty of water and energy-rich snacks or meals to keep you nourished throughout the hunt. 14. Game Transportation: Plan how you'll transport harvested game, such as using game carts, pack frames, or hiring a meat processor. 15. Safety Equipment: Consider bringing a personal locator beacon (PLB) or satellite communication device for emergencies. 16. License and ID: Carry your hunting license, tags, and identification at all times while hunting. 17. Hunting Regulations and Area Maps: Familiarize yourself with specific hunting regulations and maps for the area you'll be hunting. Remember to always practice safe hunting practices, follow ethical guidelines, and respect the wildlife and environment during your big game hunting adventure in Northwest Colorado.

Animals sighted during this Hunt

Antelope

Mule deer

Elk

Lodgings Available at The Ranch

Lodging at Lower Meadon Wall Tent

$200 /per night

Capacity : 2

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Lodging at Murphy Ranch Bunk House

$375 /per night

Capacity : 7

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Lodging at Middle Meadow Yurt

$300 /per night

Capacity : 4

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Lodging at Historic Breeze Street House

$320 /per night

Capacity : 6

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Things to know

Safety First: The safety of all hunters and staff is our top priority. Please adhere to all safety rules and instructions provided by our guides. Licenses and Permits: All hunters must possess valid hunting licenses and any necessary permits as required by local and state regulations. Hunting Hours: Hunting is permitted during legal hunting hours. Please familiarize yourself with the specific hunting hours for the designated hunting season. Respect Wildlife: Treat all wildlife with respect and hunt ethically. Follow the guidelines for harvesting specific game species and avoid wasteful hunting practices. No Trespassing: Stay within the designated hunting areas and respect private property boundaries. Trespassing on neighboring properties is strictly prohibited.

Safety & Property

Firearm Safety: Handle firearms responsibly and always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction. Follow proper loading and unloading procedures and never carry a loaded firearm in a vehicle. Personal Protective Equipment: It is recommended to wear appropriate clothing and gear for hunting, including blaze orange or other highly visible attire for safety reasons. Wildlife Encounters: Be cautious of potential wildlife encounters and follow the advice of your guides. Keep a safe distance and avoid any confrontations with aggressive animals. Property Conservation: Help us preserve the natural beauty of the ranch by minimizing your impact on the environment. Dispose of trash properly and respect the natural habitats of wildlife. Emergency Procedures: Familiarize yourself with the emergency procedures in case of accidents or unexpected events. Know the location of first aid kits and emergency contact information.

Cancellation Policy

Firearm Safety: Handle firearms responsibly and always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction. Follow proper loading and unloading procedures and never carry a loaded firearm in a vehicle. Personal Protective Equipment: It is recommended to wear appropriate clothing and gear for hunting, including blaze orange or other highly visible attire for safety reasons. Wildlife Encounters: Be cautious of potential wildlife encounters and follow the advice of your guides. Keep a safe distance and avoid any confrontations with aggressive animals. Property Conservation: Help us preserve the natural beauty of the ranch by minimizing your impact on the environment. Dispose of trash properly and respect the natural habitats of wildlife. Emergency Procedures: Familiarize yourself with the emergency procedures in case of accidents or unexpected events. Know the location of first aid kits and emergency contact information.

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