Website Rates & Dates for 2016 / 2017 Hunts
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Hunting Quotes

  • Elk - 970-629-1240
  • Deer - 970-629-1240
  • Antelope - 970-629-1240
  • Elk / Deer Combo - 970-629-1240
  • Elk / Deer / Antelope Combo -
  • There will be a $250 a day charge for each non-hunting guest and notification of the guest must be made at least one month prior to the scheduled hunt -- along with
    our approval.

Hunting Dates

  • DEER and Elk hunt
    September 5th to December 3rd
  • Antelope hunting
    August 15th to September 19th
    September 25th to November 15th

For your information: Our telephone number at the Morgan Creek ranch house is 970-629-1240.

Habitat Stamp Requirements

For License Buyers: A Colorado Wildlife Habitat Stamp is required of people ages 19-64 who buy hunting or fishing licenses. With a license purchase, the stamp is $5 and required with each of the first 2 licenses bought in a calendar year ($10 total). The stamp also allows access to state wildlife areas or state trust lands leased by the DOW.

Other Requirements

  • Please bring sleeping bags with you.
  • A Hunter’s Safety Card if required for anyone born after January 1, 1949. You cannot hunt without it if you fall into this age category.
  • Hunters bed down in a sleeping cabin next to the main house. The cabin has five beds with nightstands, a wall-mounted television with satellite reception, and a large sofa with a coffee table, and several folding chairs. A separate room contains a bathroom with a shower.
  • You are to arrive the day before your hunt begins—preferable late afternoon—before dinner time.
  • The only place you can purchase your Ranching for Wildlife licenses is:
    Northwest Pawn Shop
    801 E. Victory Way
    Craig, CO 81625
    (970) 824-2962


Hunters arrive at Morgan Creek the night before their hunt begins. We enjoy a large dinner and everyone retires. The next morning everyone sits down to a pancake, bacon, and eggs breakfast. Hunters and guides ride out of camp before dawn to begin their hunt and return to the house before noon for a bountiful lunch. Everyone takes a break after lunch to rest, watch TV, or take in the beautiful surroundings. After the break, it’s back out to deer hunt until dark. When you return to camp a delicious dinner is served and everyone can sit around, enjoy the fireplace, have a drink, and watch television in the house or bunkhouse.