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Fall in Wyoming can bring an extreme temperature range and unexpected weather conditions. Hunters are asked to be prepared for hiking in 80+ degree sunshine, laying low in below freezing snow, and the occasional surprise rain shower.

Below, you will find a list of gear that we recommend you bring on your hunt. These are what we consider essential, so you will most likely have other items you are used to bringing on a hunt.

Recommended Gear

  • Moisture wicking clothing (like Merino wool or polyester blend) that you can layer
  • Wool socks
  • A good pair of hunting boots and maybe a spare just in case
  • Beanie
  • Light rain jacket to carry in your pack
  • Water/wind resistant jacket for colder conditions
  • Warm gloves
  • Backpack with a water bladder and enough room for extra layers and gear for a day on the mountain
  • Binoculars
  • Rifle sling
  • Waterproof gaiters
  • Orange vest and/or orange hat for rifle season
  • Comfortable clothes to wear around camp if you like
  • Headlamp
  • Range finder (guides usually have one too)
  • Down jacket for glassing during cold days

Optional Gear

A list of items that are not required, but nice to have.

  • Lightweight pad for sitting (inflatable pillows work well)
  • Spotting scope (guides usually have, especially during rifle season)
  • Trekking poles
  • Light weight hammock (mainly for archery season)

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