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Boulder Basin Outfitters,  Cody,  United States, Mule deer, Antelope, Moose, Elk, Bighorn sheep, Mountain goat, Bear

Boulder Basin Outfitters

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Cody, United States
Mule deer, Antelope, Moose, Elk, Bighorn sheep, Mountain goat, Bear

We have generations of experience in Hunting and Fishing in Wyoming.

Carl Sauerwein, owner of Boulder Basin Outfitters, brings more than a lifetime’s worth of hunting and fishing experience to his Wyoming outfitting business.

Born and raised into a family with outfitting experience that spans back generations, Carl has more skill and knowledge of Wyoming big game hunting and fishing than the average Cody Country Outfitter.

While hunting skill and knowledge is integral to being a good outfitter, there is something that really sets Boulder Basin Outfitters apart – their passion.

Carl is passionate about their business, and about the land they call home. It is this passion that makes Boulder Basin Outfitters unique – this love of the land and the sport, and the enjoyment of bringing this once- in-a-lifetime experience to others. They take pride in bringing memorable archery hunting, rifle hunting, fly fishing, and summer pack trip experiences to their clients.


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$771.95

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  • Laurie 25 Jan 2017

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    I do not recommend Boulder Basin Outfitters. I contacted Mr. Saurwein about a September pack trip and he encouraged me to join a group of hunters. My fear of being "stuck in camp" came true. There was barely any riding made available to me. Hiking - except in the area of the camp - was out of the question due to the bear activity. Food was limited (On day 2 I went 12 hours without eating) and, despite a severe incoming storm, getting a fire in the tent's woodstove was next to impossible. If you are a hunter, I am sure you will agree that a scenic pack trip client does not belong in a hunting camp - the needs and schedules of the two are totally different - unless appropriate provisions are made. Mr. Saurwein grossly misrepresented the trip to me and did a disservice to both me and his hunters..



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