Deposit and Refund Policy

 
 


Badger Creek Outfitters (Outfitter) has the following refund policy as it pertains to all deposits and fees paid to them by the client for and/all services provided or requested.




  1. Within 15 days of booking a hunt or trip, a deposit of half of the total booked hunt fee is due.

    1. If Client does not draw license for the species that Client has put a deposit on, Client's deposit money will be refunded in full to Client within 30 days.

      1. Clients are required to provide the outfitter with their full legal name, date of birth, and any other identifying information required for the outfitter to determine if client has drawn there license

      2. If reserves hunt for more than one species with the outfitter, and the client draws a license for only one of two species.

        1. The deposit will not be refunded but applied to the full price of the hunt for the big game animal for which the hunter draws a license.

        2. It is strongly encouraged for a client to apply for the Wyoming Game & Fish Department random special draw or possess the required preference points to guarantee drawing the preferred hunting license.

    2. If the Client so chooses, due to not drawing the required license (this is refunded by the Game and Fish Department), deposits may be held by the Outfitter as a deposit for a hunt the next year.

  2. Within 45 days of the Clients starting hunt date, all remaining fees shall be paid in full to the Outfitter. Any money paid as a deposit shall be applied to the total hunt price. These fees shall be paid by cash, personal check, certified check, paypal or money order. Outfitter not responsible for cash being sent via mail.

    1. Personal checks will not be accepted after the 45 day deadline, only payment methods with guaranteed funds will be accepted.

  3. In addition to the above, full refunds for all deposits/fees shall only be returned by the Outfitter to the Client in the following situations. However, no refunds shall be granted after December 31 of the year in which the hunt was booked. Refunds shall be returned from the Outfitter to the Client within 30 days.

    1. In the case of the death of the licensee, any person who has authority to represent the decedent as provided by a court order shall submit a written request for a deposit/fee refund supported by a copy of the respective death certificate;

    2. In the case of the death of the licensee's spouse, parents, grandparents, lineal descendants and their spouses, Step-parent, step-sibling, step-children, father-in-law, mother-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, step-son-in-law or step-daughter-in-law, the licensee shall submit a written request for a deposit/fee refund supported by the respective death certificate.

    3. The date of death on such certificate shall have occurred during the regular season, resulting in the licensee not being able to participate in the majority of the regular season; In the case of incapacitating illness or injury of the licensee supported by a physician's sworn statement on a form supplied by the Outfitter;Military personnel who receive Permanent Change of Station (PCS) orders or are assigned away from their home duty station on Temporary Duty Orders (TDY), all of this being supported by a copy of official military orders from the Armed Forces of the United States;

  4. Individuals who are not able to participate in the majority of the regular season for the species specified in Commission Rules and Regulations during the year for which the license is issued and deposit/fees made, as a result of a court subpoena, jury duty, Grand Jury investigation or attorneys required to attend criminal cases. A certified copy of the court document shall accompany the written request for the license refund;

  5. When the Department determines one hundred percent (100%) of the hunting opportunity and access to the hunt area has been closed due to administrative actions of the State or federal government in closing of the public access to public lands due to a natural disaster;

  6. A sponsoring organization of a person with a life-threatening illness may be granted a deposit/fee refund if the licensee's opportunity to hunt is jeopardized as a result of incapacitating illness or injury supported by a physician's sworn statement on forms provided by the Outfitter that the licensee is incapable of performing tasks necessary to exercise the privileges of the license.