Hunt #5181 Semi-guided Antelope 30,000 Ac Private

Current Stock:

Species required
Combination Hunt required
1 on 1 Guide Option required
2 on 1 Guide Option

Hunt ID: CO-5181

About the Outfitter:

You will be hunting the choice parts of 30,000 acres. Your mule deer voucher and later license is good for any deer, which means a Whitetail or a Mule Deer buck of your choice.

This property produced a 186 and a 220 mule deer 2019 and two and 180-190” bucks 2017 Like any bucks of that size you just must be there to get one and the only guarantee is that you will see mule deer but not the size of course. Large whitetail bucks are also available in certain areas of the 30,000 acres that you will be hunting.

The October/November season could happen, and you will find some corn still in if it is a late year for the corn harvest. This can be good or bad. The bucks accustomed to living in the corn all summer seem to be in shock when the corn around them disappears, making hunting the big ones a dream. Many times, on an average year the corn is out, and they have already moved to high weeds like pheasant cover. The two 190” bucks came out as the last 3 rows of the corn were being combined and laid in the open field next to where the corn, “was” making it easy picking for the lucky hunters.


Eastern Colorado, 90 minutes from Denver. Units GMU109, GMU111, GMU112, GMU113, GMU114, GMU115 and GMU116.

Hunt Type(s):

Guided mule deer and semi-guided whitetail or antelope showing you best property to hunt including 7 miles of river bottom.

Pheasant, turkey, doves, prairie dogs, coyotes and bobcat.

Species & Recommended Seasons:

Mule deer, whitetail deer and antelope. Deer either Oct/Nov or December season and antelope first part of October.


Mule deer rifle in GMUs 112, 113, 114 and 115 don't take preference points.  Unit 109, 111 and 116 take a point to draw.

Antelope rifle takes a preference point to draw.

Archery antelope license is over the counter.

Whitetail licenses a draw but typically leftover depending on the unit.

Vouchers for mule deer typically available at $1500 plus license cost.

Vouchers for antelope usually available at $1000 to $1500 plus license cost.

License and Voucher Watchdog will get you the licenses you need.

License and Season Information

Lay of the Land:

With 30,000 acres (50 square miles) of private land to hunt including 7 miles of river bottom, corn, alfalfa, soy beans, water holes, draws, creeks, wind break cover and CRP fields.

Party Size:

One or more hunters per group.

Mode of Travel:

Vehicle, glass, spot and stalk or sit in ground blinds, no tree stands.

Animal Quality:

Deer 160" to 170" common, 180” to 220” possible.  Always 8 to 10 point or better.

Success Rate:

100% opportunity and near 100% harvest rifle season.

Hunt Difficulty:

Low impact meaning easier hiking than most hunts.


Mule Deer guided/meals/lodging 5 days $3495.

Trophy whitetail hunt guided for 5 days 1 on 1 by Burlington Colorado unit 103 on 12,000 acres of Private land $4995 with a voucher or $3495 without.

Whitetail DIY/Semi-guided 5 day hunt on all private land river bottom $1995.

Antelope DIY/Semi-guided 2 days $1695.


What’s Included:

  • Access to 120,000 acres.
  • Guiding mule deer or whitetail.
  • Semi-guided whitetail or antelope showing you property and game.
  • Lodging and meals for mule deer hunts.
  • Lodging and meals available for antelope/whitetail hunts at extra cost.
  • Game packout


What’s Not Included:

  • Hunting Licenses (a voucher is not a license)
  • Transportation to Colorado
  • Lodging/meals (antelope and whitetail) extra cost.
  • Game processing
  • Taxidermy

Use the Outfitter Request Form to check on availability, ask questions or book it.  Or call us using the phone number at the top of this page.


Disclaimer: All prices are per person unless otherwise noted.  No additional fees for booking, the price is the price except for NM adds sales tax.  Unless otherwise noted price is per person, no licenses/tags included, game processing and taxidermy costs extra.  There is no guarantee in hunting.  Availability and prices subject to change by the outfitter or landowner and they have the last word.  If there is a discrepancy between our posted price and what they say it is then we do our best to negotiate for you but offer no guarantee.  We do our best to audit them making sure what they say they offer they actually do by visiting them or going on hunts we pay for.  No refunds for early tag out.  No guarantee on filling hunting licenses.