Sorry so late today- editing software woes.

Jodi and I operate a private-land, fair-chase outfitting business, WeScout4u Inc. I’ve been guiding hunters since 2000.  Our bread-n-butter is the rifle elk season and we guide a few deer hunters, too.  


Being an outfitter is a high-pressure job and not quite the glamour some make it out to be.  However, my own deer hunting takes so much time that if I weren’t an outfitter, I’d never hunt elk.  I also get to meet some great people from all around the country.   

Day 6 begins with just a few snippets from this year’s season (see what a .338 Lapua does to a bull elk) then I’m back to the mountain to pick up where I left off.


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Robby Denning
Robby Denning started hunting mule deer in the late 1970’s, only missing one season in 35 years. At 25, he gave up the pursuit of all other big-game to focus on taking the best bucks possible. He began hunting the West on a DIY budget hunting an average of 30 days a year for mule deer. Robby loves the hunt as much as the kill and the entire process from research to scouting to hunting. He’s killed four bucks over 200 inches in the last 15 seasons, mostly on easily-obtained tags. He owns a public-land scouting service and runs a private-land outfitting business helping other hunters in their pursuit of deer and elk. Robby has scouted and hunted literally thousands of square miles of mule deer country and brings a wealth of knowledge about these experiences with him. To him, the weapon of choice is just a means-to-an-end and will hunt with bow, rifle, or muzzleloader – whatever it takes to create an opportunity to take a great mule deer. He is also the author of "Hunting Big Mule Deer" available on Amazon. Robby believes all of creation is from God for man to manage, respect, and through which to know its Creator


  1. Man I hate to see the increase of whitetails in that country…… a lot of folks had them on trail cams and saw them. Hope it doesn’t mess with the gene pool adversely.

  2. Good! The lower country I am picking up shed’s the last few years and have seen enough to make the thought uncomfortable.

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