Colorado Archery Elk, Mule Deer, and/or Black Bear Hunt for 1 Hunter – $2,400 / Exhibitor


Lisa Bennett of Wild Skies Cabin Rentals has donated a seven day, six-night unguided elk, mule deer or bear archery hunt in GMU 12 or OTC GMU 231. Donation can be used once anytime between 2022 through 2025 hunting seasons. Additional hunters are encouraged and can be
added for $2,500 per hunter. Extending your trip additional non-hunt days cost $700 per day for up to six people plus taxes. Observers/non-hunters can be added for $1250. Included are: trespass through private property giving limited access to federal forest that surrounds the cabin on three sides, in the heart of the largest elk herd in the world at 40,000+ animals. Accommodations in a, 3,500+ sq. ft, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bath, four season, mountain retreat with radiant in floor heat, which can sleep up to 10 individual hunters (horses, day guiding in GMU 24, packing out game and meals are not included but can be provided for an additional fee). There are corrals onsite if you wish to bring a horse or horses can be rented a mile from the site. You can drive right up to the cabin and hunting is done on foot or horseback.

If archery hunting GMU 231 offers unlimited over-the-counter either sex elk archery licenses and is located just 2.5 miles from the cabin with trails starting at about 5 miles from the cabin. GMU 12 is a draw unit that requires 3 points for non-residents or hunter can apply for the unlimited OTC either sex, elk archery license in GMU 231. Perfect for family, friends or clients, the cabin offers ½ mile of river frontage where some of the purest species of cutthroat trout can be found along with excellent brown and rainbow trout. The cabin is centrally located on the northern end of the Flat Tops: one hour from Steamboat Springs Resort – world renowned for skiing, spas, restaurants and festivals (especially in the winter) and it is also one hour from Craig, Colorado. See Lisa at for info on youth hunts. Vacationer/Hunter is responsible for all licenses, taxes ($375 paid to Wild Skies based on value of donation), transportation, processing, taxidermy, horse rental, and field preparation.

Outfitter: Wild Skies Cabin Rentals

4 Day Snowmobile trip in Colorado for up to 4 – $2,400 / Exhibitor


Perfect for family, friends or clients. This donation can be used during non-holiday dates from November 29-May 20th 2022 for a four day snowmobile, snowshoe, or cross-country skiing vacation for up to four people. Extra days may be added for $700 a night plus taxes. Extra people may be added at $75 a person per night plus taxes. You would be staying in an upscale, 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 3500 SF mountain home with radiant in floor heat. The cabin offers ½ mile of river frontage where some of the purest species of cutthroat trout can be found along with excellent brook and rainbow trout.

The cabin is centrally located in the Routt National Forest: one hour from Steamboat Springs Resort – world renowned for skiing, spas, restaurants and festivals (especially in the winter). The cabin offers ride in/out snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in additional to ice fishing. Yearly, on average, between 250-750” of snow fall on 230,000+ acres of rideable terrain. The terrain is varied and contains trees, steeps and powder meadows. During the weekdays in the winter you might have the entire area to yourself and on the weekends you might not see more than 2-4 snowmobilers on average.

You can fly directly into the Steamboat Springs, CO airport (Yampa Regional Airport) and rent a car and a local company also rents snowmobiles and many shops rent Nordic skiing equipment and snowshoes. Fuel is available onsite for purchase. The local snowmobile rental company can deliver snowmobiles or you can trailer your own sleds. Your trailer or vehicle will be parked 2.5 miles from the cabin and you may either ride your snowmobiles in or hitch a ride on our Snowcat. You can be driven in by Snowcat with your equipment/supplies if you are not snowmobiling or you can choose to snowshoe or cross-country ski in.

Vacationer is responsible for all taxes, travel, meals, equipment rental etc.

Outfitter: Wild Skies Cabin Rentals

Wisconsin Pheasants & Chukar for 4 Hunters – $1,000


The Highlands Sportsmans Club in Cascade, Wisconsin is a premier facility for the recreational shooting enthusiast and upland bird hunter. Donation includes guide, 20 pheasant or chukars, and half day of hunting. Schedule hunt November 2022 – March 1, 2023. Hunters can upgrade for extra birds. Lunch, dog handler, and cleaning of birds also included. Gratuities not included.

Outfitter: The Highlands Sportsmens Clubs

10 Day Interior Alaska Grizzly for 1 – $22,500 / Exhibitor


Hunt Grizzly by riverboat during Grizzly breeding season. Bear are also preying on calving moose directly after ice breakup. Hunts are conducted during the night when bear are active. Baiting for Grizzly is legal. Cold nights in open boats or on stand. Available May 2022/2023. Arrival and departure point is Kaltag, Alaska via Fairbanks. Additional hunters may join ($22,500). Non-hunters welcome ($4,500).

Hunt includes 1×1 guiding, trophy fees, trophy prep, lodging in cabin and tent, meals and non-alcoholic beverages.

Package does not include: transport of trophies to shipper ($1,000 +), license ($185), Grizzly tag ($1,000).

Outfitter: Alaska Koyukuk Guides

Minnesota Giant Black Bear Hunt – $4,990 / Exhibitor


This is a Giant Minnesota Black Bear hunt with over the counter license / no drawing necessary or a permitted zone license with required amount of preference points- generally only a two year wait to draw a license. Winning bidders will be advised which area’s you will hunt or which permit zones to apply in. The Deadline to apply is May 1st. North America’s best big bear opportunity! Hunt Giant Bears with Tim Kresel who personally harvested more big bears than any other hunter in North America, DIY/Solo! What’s his secret? Tim has a highly guarded secret system to beat big, smart bears which he has developed over a 25 year obsession. Numerous guides and hunters claim that it is not possible for a hunter to harvest a big bear every year. Tim has proven them all wrong year after year by harvesting 15 big bears between 400 and nearly 700 pounds plus many more between 300 and 400 pounds. Tim also has video-taped and or witnessed hundreds more. All in the state of Minnesota! Now for the first time Tim is offering a limited number of hunts to hardcore big bear hunters. He is NOT a 150 pound bear factory. He is a BIG BEAR SPECIALIST!

This donation is for a black bear hunt in northern Minnesota for one hunter and one non-hunter. Tim Kresel has been very successful at guiding his clients to some GIANT bears! Most are black phase but he typically gets 10% – 20% chocolate phase. Guns, bows or crossbows can be used on this hunt. This is a 7 day hunt but most hunters harvest a bear in one to three days. This Minnesota black bear hunt can be taken from September 1 – October 16 2022/2023/2024 or beyond. This hunt can be upgraded to take one bear in the permit areas and one bear in the no-quota zone, depending on availability. In the permit areas, application must be made by May 1, 2022 for a hunt. Lodging will be in local motels at the hunter’s expense. Arrival and departure point may vary depending on natural foods.

Outfitter: Minnesota Big Bear Specialist

Kodiak Trophy Sea Duck (Guided) and Sitka Black-tailed Deer (Unguided) Combo Hunts for 1 Hunter – $4,500 / Exhibitor


Mike Odin of Mike Odin’s Alaska Adventures, LLC is pleased to donate a 5-day/5-night Kodiak Sitka Black- tailed Deer Unguided and trophy Sea Duck Combo Hunt Guided for one hunter on Kodiak Island. Hunt Kodiak’s pristine wilderness and breathtaking views for Sitka Black-tailed deer and trophy sea ducks for an exciting wing shooting and hunting adventure. We have extremely high success rate for sending clients home with a wide variety of trophy sea ducks and a nice trophy buck. Method of take is shotgun and shells for trophy sea duck hunts and hunter’s choice for deer hunts.

Schedule hunt with outfitter for open dates from October – December, 2022 or 2023. We hunt trophy sea ducks with non-stop action during Kodiak Island wintering grounds and trophy Black-tailed deer during prime rut. Sea duck hunting on Kodiak Island is primarily done over decoys from shore or jump-shooting birds. Our sea duck guests are typically treated to
opportunities for Harlequin, Old Squaw (Long-tailed duck), Mergansers (Common and Red Breasted), Scoters (Common, Surf and White-Winged), King and Common Eider. Alaska offers 22 duck species and four goose species. Hunts commence from our remote wilderness cabin where you will be transported to nearby river drainages, bays, islands, rocky points, and fjords each day to hunt and return each day for warm meals and lodging.

Hunt includes: experienced Guide/USCG licensed transporter, experienced Migratory Bird Hunting Guides, guides service (2-3X1), wilderness cabin accommodations (warm comfortable), hearty homestyle cooked meals and beverages, in-field transportation (Bayrunner boats and ATVs), duck decoy lines, VHF/marine radio, assist with bird prep/cleaning, and airport pick-up and drop-off shuttle.

Hunt does not include: before and after hunt expenses, commercial airfare, hotel, air charter passenger seat and gear to and from camp (approximately $400 RT each hunter), Alaska nonresident small game license, ($60), Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation stamp ($25), Alaska Waterfowl Conservation stamp ($10); Alaska nonresident hunting license for deer hunts: ($160), deer tags ($300 each), harvest tickets (no fee), shipment of trophy/game meat, taxidermy trophy services, and gratuity.   Additional hunters are welcome for $4,500 per person for DIY (drop-off) hunts or $6,500 per person for guided hunts (2 or moreX1).

Outfitter: Mike Odin’s Alaska Adventures

Alaska Fishing Adventure for 2 – $6,795 / Exhibitor

2022GBH SU4

Welcome to beautiful wild Alaska! Come experience the bountiful waters of Resurrection Bay and the Gulf of Alaska as you
fish out of the historic town of Seward. Daily catches vary depending on the time of year, but typical fish include halibut, multiple species of rockfish, king salmon, coho salmon, ling cod, and Alaskan/Pacific cod. Book your trip for an amazing taste of Alaskan culture. This is a 4 nights, 3 day adventure for 2 people. It includes 4 nights of lodging in our own private lodge in Seward, 3 full days of fishing. Captains mate will fillet your daily catch. Other highlights while fishing are the amazing mountain views, whale watching, glaciers, abundant seabirds, and grazing mountain goats and other wildlife.

This is a 6 x 2 guided experience. Also includes one night of hosted Captain’s meal and an available full kitchen. Beverages and lunches provided on the boat. Book trip May-October 2022-2023. Cost of additional hunter is $1,800, up to 4. Private full Boat Charter and Lodge available for upgrade- additional $7200 with donation purchase.

Not included: tips to captain and first mate, fish packaging and shipping, arrival and departure flights into Anchorage, transportation from Anchorage to Seward, and lodge cleaning ($120). Due to high demand, if the buyer wishes to change dates after a date has already been set there will be a $1,000 change fee to extend the date, payable to Gone Again Charters.

Outfitter: Safari Unlimited

Wern Valley Tower Shoot for 20 Hunters – $4,000 / Exhibitor

2022 GBH WV

Pheasant shooting bonanza where you and up to 19 of your buddies will take your best shot at 200 pheasants! This is an awesome opportunity to gather up your friends, family or co-workers to make a lot of noise and have a ton of laughs. Don’t miss out on this one!

Schedule at Wern Valley in Waukesha, WI between October 1, 2022 – April 15, 2023. Winning bidder cannot take hunt in an alternative year but may upgrade to add lodging and include more birds.

Outfitter: Wern Valley