Elk Hunting in Wyoming Hunt Area 36 - Rock Creek
Beginning where Interstate Highway 90 crosses Piney Creek; southeasterly along said highway to Interstate Highway 25; southerly along said highway to French Creek east of the town of Buffalo; westerly up said creek to the North Fork Ditch; westerly up sai
Unit Elevation Profile
HuntScore generates thousands of synthetic hikes in the unit to create an elevation profile. This profile is what you can expect to experience within a 2 mile hike from a road or trail in this unit.
Elevation in this unit ranges from 4534' to 12431' with a median elevation of 5070'. If you are preparing to hunt this unit you should train for hiking up and down slopes of 5.3%.
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Gear Recommendations for Elk Hunting From
Klymit Inertia O Zone Sleeping Pad
Combining the comfort of the Static line with the weight savings and warmth from the Inertia series, the Inertia O Zone sets a new standard. With an integrated 4-inch tall pillow, ample tossing room, and a loft pocket profile that fits every adventurer, you will find it difficult to find a reason not to switch to this pad.For an Side-by-Side Comparison of the different Klymit Pads check out our Comparison Chart below:Video - Klymit O Zone Sleeping Pad
Farm to Feet Ely Lightweight Mid Calf Sock
The lightweight version of Farm to Feet's most technically advanced hunting sock, the US-made Ely enhances merino wool's natural odor-fighting properties by adding copper fibers in the heel and toe for additional antimicrobial benefits. With inherent wicking and thermoregulating properties, this sock's merino-wool knit ensures your feet stay dry and comfortable even in soggy conditions. Targeted full-density padding boosts comfort while keeping the Ely's low-profile fit intact.Features:100% US Merino WoolFull-Density CushioningSeamless Toe ClosureComfort CompressionDurability Assured - Backed with Lifetime Guarantee
MTN OPS Biotics - Probiotics & Enzymes
BIOTICS is an advanced Pre and Probiotic blend specifically formulated to increase healthy gut bacteria, while decreasing the bad gut bacteria at the same time. Properly balancing these bacterias aids in improved digestive health, stronger gut lining and combating symptoms such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea and irregular stool frequency. Improve your gut health, comfort and overall well-being with BIOTICS.USAGE: For best results take 1 serving (2 capsules) 20-30 min before any meal. Take on a daily consistent basis for best results. 80% of your immune system is stored right in your gut and that is why MTN OPS BIOTICS(TM) is so important for your daily health and wellness.
Irish Setter Trailblazer 864 Hunting Boot
Irish Setter Trailblazer mid-height hunting boots share the proven combination of materials and special features resulting in a lightweight - yet heavy-duty - hunting boot with a height that allows for more active hunting. These waterproof, non-insulated Trailblazer boots are great for hunting environments that require scrambling and a wider range of motion."These boots help you conquer the rugged terrain you encounter when you're pursuing early to mid season elk. Perfect for scrambling up steep slopes," said Charley Bryant, Irish Setter Line Manager for Red Wing Shoe Company. "These boots eliminate an entire area where boots could rub against skin and cause a hot spot. They also allow freer muscle movement in the calf area, minimizing constriction on steep slopes when muscles are working their hardest."All Irish Setter Trailblazers combine a variety of features which contribute to their comfort and durability. The genuine leather welt construction provides some flexibility with enough rigidity and torsion control for stability on uneven terrain. And the cushioning of the Comfort Cork EVA Mid-sole with Memory Foam and ScentBan(TM) Odor Inhibitor footbed comes standard on all models.Features:LeatherImportedRubber soleShaft measures approximately 6.75" from archPlatform measures approximately 0.75 inchesUltraDry WaterproofNuBuck Leather
Muddy Outdoors 650X Laser Rangefinder
The Muddy LR650X Laser Range Finder is about to be your new favorite range finder. With a 650 yard range, this range finder works for most hunting applications. The ABS housing and durable rubber trim protect the unit to IP54 water protection specifications. Switch between yard and meters quickly and easily.
Horn Hunter Main Beam Backpack
For hefty loads of gear needed to get you to and from your hunt, the Main Beam comes with 8 gear compartments, weapon carrying capability, and a hydration pouch that can be used with most hydration bladders. Take all the gear you need into the wilderness, leaving behind any worries.2800 Cubic InchesMesh pockets for face masks and glovesUnique pack design allows you to access pockets while carrying bow or rifleInternal frame and molded foam contours to your backDesigned to be used with most hydration bladdersLimited contact with back and hips - provides increased ventilationSIDE WING POCKETS; specifically designed to be easily accessible - 4 separate compartments on each side5 GEAR GRIPPER PADS, protects and secures your bow, rifle, scope or tripod ear buckles allow you to add your own accessories - knife, flashlight, saw, radio, etc.Our "Gear Grippers" allow you to attach the bow by the handle, not around the string"Air Flow" belt, allows for maximum air circulation8 internal compartments to organize your gearTripod and spotting scope pouch with padded "Gear Gripper" straps
Similar Nearby Elk Units
Hunt Area 35
Beginning where U.S. Highway 87 business loop crosses French Creek; southerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 196; southerly along said highway to the Crazy Woman Canyon Road (Johnson County Road 14); westerly along said road to U.S. Highway 16; wes
Hunt Area 37
Beginning at the junction of U.S. Highway 14 and Interstate Highway 90 east of the town of Ranchester; southerly along said highway to Piney Creek; westerly up said creek to South Piney Creek; southwesterly up said creek to the divide along the Big Horn M