Bilbrey Enterprises
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Our headquarters are remotely located at the base of Wyoming's Big Horn Mountains, only 20 minutes northeast of Greybull, Wyoming.
The unique area along Beaver and Bear Creek - famous for its great fly fishing opportunties - also offers wonderful hunting and exploring opportunities. We offer a view of some of the most interesting country in Wyoming and the area is rich with history of our Native American and Pioneer forefathers. This is dinosaur country! 
We are located next to private, State, and BLM lands and are only minutes from the Bighorn National Forest. The terrain includes open crop and grasslands, rolling and steep sagebrush hills, hayfields, narrow gumbo ridges, canyons, creek bottoms, and mountains.

In this area is known for some of the finest elk & mule deer hunting in Wyoming, expect to see lots of animals and dozens of birds including resident populations of pheasant, partridge, chukars, and sage grouse. It is common to see coyotes, fox, rattlesnakes, eagles and hawks, and spotting an occasional bobcat, mountain lion, bear, or a band of wild horses is also possible.

In the hunting world, this area is known for its elk, mule deer, mountain lion, and coyote. Also taken occasionally are antelope, bear, and bobcats. We are located in Area 40 (elk), Areas 51 and 159 (deer), and Area 116 (antelope).

If you would like additional area information, you may access the Greybull Area Chamber of Commerce Web site. Click here for the Wyoming Game & Fish Department. Additional information on BLM lands in our area can be obtained at the Bureau of Land Management. Maps can be ordered at the BLM web site or at the U.S. Geological Survey. For both, the area you need is "Burgess Junction".

Click here for Wyoming resident and non-resident hunting applications.




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