Trophy Rocky Mountain bull elk are one of the most sought-after big game animals in the world. Hunting these 340-inch+ animals is as difficult as it is rewarding. At South Creek Outfitters, we know that location, knowledge, patience, skill, and commitment make up the formula for a successful harvest of a trophy bull elk.


We offer five-day hunts led by one of our professional, experienced guides. All our hunts are guided one-on-one. 

Our season dates are September 1 to September 25.

(Please check with us for available hunt dates within this window) 


If you plan to fly into the closest airport, we can arrange transportation and will meet you at the property the day before your hunt starts. After you arrive, you will be introduced to your guide and enjoy a great home-cooked meal. 

Our camp has all the comforts of home: electricity, internet, running water, phone, satellite TV, and comfortable camp trailers to sleep in. To see a detailed list of needed items to bring, please download the packing checklist below.

Before your hunt, we will review the property rules, answer any questions you might have, and we will have you shoot your gun for accuracy. A typical morning starts with a light breakfast, then, you and your guide will head out for the morning hunt before first light in one of our trucks. We will have lunch for you when you return and, after the evening hunt is over, a home-cooked dinner. We also provide all drinks, snacks, and goodies. (Please note we do not provide alcohol.) 

Once you have harvested your animal, your guide will be responsible for capping, cleaning, quartering and transporting your bull to camp. Your guide can help you arrange to have the meat processed and the trophy prepared. 

(For a list of recommended items to pack for your upcoming hunt, please download the packing list located at the bottom of this page)


All our hunts take place on private property located in various area around the west. All of our property is trophy bull elk paradise. The scenery is breathtaking and varied: rolling hills; sagebrush flats; alfalfa fields; deep, pine-covered draws; and peaks reaching above 8,500 feet. This variety will accommodate nearly any type of hunter and hunting party—whether you prefer to hike, to drive and glass from trucks, or to sit in a blind.  Our camp and properties are set up perfectly for those who wish to enjoy their hunt with son(s), daughter(s), or a significant other. 


Over the years, our success rate is 80-95% for 320-inch+ bull elk. This property always produces a handful of bulls that score over 350. Please reference the photo section of our website to see the quality of bulls taken on this property.


Our base camps have all the comforts of home: satellite TV, electricity, WiFi internet, toilets, showers, and comfortable camp trailers. Cell phone reception should be good in camp.


At South Creek Outfitters, one valuable benefit we provide is guaranteed tags. You will not need to draw this permit. Once your hunt is booked and paid for, we will supply you with the proper tags and licenses.


All elk hunts are set up in a one-on-one format with you and your guide, and are scheduled for five days.

- Fully guided trophy elk hunts range in price depending on the property. Give us call for details.

- We charge $150.00 per day, per person for non-hunting companions. 

- We provide round-trip airport transportation for $250.00.


We require a $2,000.00, non-refundable deposit to reserve a hunt. On January 1 of the year of your hunt, 75% of the remaining balance is due. The final payment is due 120 days before your hunt begins. 


- Utah Resident Big Game Hunting License: $71.00

- Utah Resident Elk Permit: $280.00

- Non-Resident Big Game Hunting License: $71.00

- Non-Resident Elk Permit: $795.00

(These fees are subject to change by the Division of Wildlife Resources)



We suggest tipping our guides and cooks a customary 20-30% of the total price of your hunt. They greatly appreciate this acknowledgment of their services. 

Please call, text or email us anytime with questions.