Meet Our Staff
Your one-of-a-kind hunting adventure begins right here with the professional team at Rawhide Creek Outfitters. At our family-owned-and-operated ranch, you can rest easy knowing that you are receiving some of the best assistance and services possible before, during, and after your hunt. We are able to make this promise thanks to the knowledge, skill, and leadership of our owner and lead guide, Rick Kasper.
At Rawhide Creek Outfitters, our guides obey all State of Wyoming and Federal Hunting Regulations.
Rick was born in Eastern Montana and has hunted worldwide for more than 30 years. Throughout Rick’s life, he has had the opportunity to own several ranches in Montana, Wyoming and California, on which he has hosted hundreds of hunting T.V. shows. His experience and ability when out in the field has helped him to become one of the most respected and reputable outfitters in the country. Those who hunt with him know that he demands the only best from everyone to ensure that each hunt is executed perfectly.
With Rick’s extensive hunting background, you can rely on Rick expertise to help you find the best game available during your scheduled trip.
Rick’s son, Kody, is a college graduate from Niagara Falls University where he played Division One Baseball and earned a degree in Environmental Sciences. He has been hunting alongside his father as long as he can remember. His high energy and enthusiastic passion for hunting as paid off, as many hunters have returned home with their trophy thanks to Kody’s persistent efforts. Kody settles for nothing less than the best. When hunting with Kody, you had better be prepared to “throw some lead”!
Amy is a Wyoming native, born and raised near Jackson Hole. She attended the University of Wyoming where she earned her degree in Social Work. After becoming Mrs. Rick Kasper in 2011, Amy put her 15-year Real Estate career on hold to join forces with her new husband in the hunting world of Rawhide Creek Outfitters! Being a self-starting entrepreneur, she dove in head first and the first order of business was to CLEAN HOUSE, literally! Now that she had gotten her hands dirty mending fences, fixing roads, painting bunks and cleaning outhouses… it was time to learn to cook! After reading “Kill It n Grill it” by Ted Nugent, and burning her fair share of dinners, she finally got the hang of it and is now making yummy homemade dishes and desserts for her hunters! Amy loves meeting new people and especially enjoys being part of the excitement when the hunters return with their harvested buck!