Robins Creek Camp
- Limited Unit 66
- Archery Elk – By application – typically draws with 6 points (either sex)
- Muzzleloader Elk – By application – typically draws with 15 points
- 1st Rifle Elk – By application – typically draws with 3 points
- 2nd Rifle Elk – By application – typically draws with 1 point
- Horseback Pack-in (3 hour ride)
- Elevations range from 10,000 ft to 13,200 ft
- Accommodates 2 to 6 hunters
Robins Creek Camp sits perched high on a ridge with infinite elk habit in every direction. Oftentimes you can glass up a herd of elk right from camp. In fact, there have been a handful of bulls taken within 200 yards of the camp. On either side of the camp you will find above timberline alpine meadows that the elk frequent. There have been many nights when bulls on either side of camp get into bugling matches, calling back and forth, keeping you up all night. A deep ravine leads to a lush creek bottom where big bulls like to hide. Robins Creek is high on my of my list of camps for elk hunters.
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I am always excited about Robins Creek. There are always plentiful amounts of elk to hunt. It is one of those places you can blow a stalk or setup on a bull and just go on to the next. Winter thus far has been mild so the elk should be healthy going into the spring. It seems like the bulls get better here every year.
Robins Creek only saw one archery hunter in 2017. He had a phenomenal hunt. He was in elk everyday, and on the third day he connected with a 330 inch bull. First rifle hunters missed a few shots opening morning, then spent the rest of the week trying to get back on the elk. The elk retreated to the tops of the ridges, making it hard to get back within rifle range.