Hunt a trophy bison from this historic herd of American bison that is a direct decedent of the same herd Buffalo Bill Cody once hunted. At the confluence of the North and South Fork Rivers, Buffalo Bill at the age of 21, became a commercial buffalo hunter for the purpose of supplying food for the railroad as our young country expanded west. In just over 1.5 years, Cody successfully harvested over 4,000 bison and was given the name, “Buffalo Bill Cody”, – these bison are lineage to this herd and they roam as they did back in 1867 during the time of Buffalo Bill. Cody’s original homestead sits just west of this 3,000 acre estate, which is comprised of some of the most unmanicured, undisturbed, rolling countryside found anywhere in the modern-day Lower 48. This historic destination is now paired with a fine lodge that is an architectural masterpiece filled with natural woods and spectacular rooms and a fantastic social space to reminisce about the day afield.