Wade Lemon

I have been guiding outdoorsmen, conservationists, hunters, and livestockmen throughout the United States and Canada since 1978. I have specialized in my first love, which is professionally guiding for trophy mountain lion and black bear with my personally trained Big Game Hounds.

I’ve had the opportunity to help pioneer hound hunting for leopard in Zimbabwe, Africa and hunt cattle killing jaguar in the Amazon.

I also offer outstanding trophy hunts for mule deer, elk, antelope, desert bighorn sheep, mountain goat, Rocky Mountain Bighorn, and te only free roaming buffalo herd in the western United States. I am also offering coues deer, mule deer, desert bighorn sheep, and javelina hunts in Sonora Mexico.

At no time in recent history have big game opportunities been better. Each year many record class trophies are taken.

My family has been ranching and hunting a lot of this country for the past 150 years. There is much beauty and history in this land. Come let me share with you, what I call, “God’s Country.”


Kalan Lemon

I have been born and raised in the hunting industry and have been very fortunate to travel around different parts of the world with my father Wade and his pack of hounds. Although I have always enjoyed hunting with hounds, my passion has always been the antlered animals. Over the past 13 years I have been able to help clients harvest some of the largest elk and mule deer ever taken across the west. I have guided on numerous 400″ elk, including the world record non typical ever taken with a rifle, and the #2 in the world with a bow. I have also guided many hunters to 200″ mule deer including the SCI typical world record and some bucks that have even been closer to 300″.

I am proud to be hunting exclusively in our family business. For me hunting isn’t just a business, its my passion that I have dedicated my life to. I still understand family values and the importance of hunting and conservation in our heritage and the need to preserve this for our future generations.

Whether your wanting to chase giant screaming bull elk in the mountains of utah or monster mule deer across the desert floors of Sonora. Give us a call and let us share our passion and excitement of hunting with you.

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Thanks to SFW, RMMDF and Utah’s Conservation programs, the trophy quality and hunting opportunities are better now than they have ever been.  The majority of our hunting operation is based out of Utah. Since 1978 we have conducted hunts for Big Game across the mountains and Deserts of this beautiful landscape. We are licensed on both BLM and Forest Lands and still hold some of the longest standing permits for state grounds. We conduct hunts for; Mountain Lions (Cougars), Black Bear, Bobcat (lynx cat), Elk, Mule Deer, Pronghorn Antelope, Bison, Shiras Moose, Mountain Goat, Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep, and Desert Bighorn Sheep. We specialize in taking the largest mature animals in every hunting area that we operate in.


We have permits throughout the state of Utah on; Fish Lake, Ashley, Cache, Uinta, Wasatch, Dixie and Manti LaSal National Forests. In addition, we have permits for; BLM District, School Trust Lands, and several Indian Reservations as well as large private ranches. Having these permits allow us to legally guide on most every limited entry unit across the state of Utah.


Utah Hunting License is required on all hunts.  This license is good for 365 days.


Conservation tags are purchased at fundraising events.  These tags are tax deductible through the 501C3, Charitable Donation.  10% of Utah tags for each hunting unit, are allotted to this conservation program.  We can obtain these, 100% tax deductible, tags for you. These tags are generally sold, at auction, through Conservation groups such as SFW, MDF, SCI, RMEF, NWTF, UBA.  Conservations tags are available for: Mt. Lion, Black Bear, Mule Deer, Elk, Proghorn (Antelope), Desert Big Horn Sheep, Rocky Mt. Big Horn Sheep, Bison, Shira Moose and Mt. Goat.

The money raised, from these Conservation tags, are used for wildlife projects and bettering Utah’s habitat.  Thanks to this Conservation program, Utah has been able to put millions of dollars to use by funding predator control, habitat restoration and water restoration projects throughout the state.

WE CAN OBTAIN THESE TAGS FOR YOU! Contact us today to get started.


We control as well as obtain land owner’s tags in multiple premium big game areas.  These Landowner tags allow us to hunt the entire unit, private and public ground. Similar to the Conservation tags, some of these tags are obtained through the Auction Programs.

We have several guaranteed Landowner Tags, inside premium units for Elk, Mule Deer and Antelope.




Through the Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit program, Utah has opened more than two million acre of private land to the public. Landowners have incentive to keep their private range and forest lands as wildlife habitat instead of developing them. While Sportsman have more opportunities to take an animal with fewer hunters to compete with. CWMU tags for Mule Deer, Elk, Antelope, and Shiras Mooseallow us to hunt private ground inside the CWMU. These tags have a longer hunting season.



Utah’s bonus point system has been put in place to increase your chance of drawing a big game permit.  Every time you apply for a limited-entry, CWMU or once-in-a-lifetime permit, and you don’t draw one, you receive a bonus point for that species.

You can obtain a tag for any of these areas by drawing a tag through the Utah state draw. Non-residents can apply for all species so put into draw and build your bonus points!!  YOU CAN’T DRAW IF YOU DON’T APPLY!!

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