It's hunting season and sportsmen from all over the world are shelling out big bucks to hunt bucks here in Wyoming. Here are five of the most awesome, and expensive, luxury hunting camps in the Cowboy State.

The French Creek Sportsman's Club in Saratoga is an all-inclusive hunter's paradise. The secluded cabins are located on the grounds of the Brush Creek Ranch, which is routinely ranked among the best resorts in the country, and start at $1,000 per person, per night.

Guests have access to fly fishing, a shooting range, archery range, hiking, biking, a private "man cave", guided wingshooting, big game hunting classes.

60 miles southwest of Saratoga, near the town of Savery on the Wyoming-Colorado border, The Three Forks Ranch also offers a  "cast and blast" package, which includes guided fishing, fly-tying lessons, clay shooting and a rifle range, along with fine dining, a 6,000 square-foot spa and concierge service.

The Hideout Lodge and Guest Ranch is 15 miles east of Greybull, near the Bighorn National Forest in Shell, Wyoming. The working cattle ranch offers a variety of western adventures, including archery, trap shooting along with guided hunting and fishing excursions. Access is limited to only 25 guests per week..

The Rockin' 7 is a family-owned ranch about 65 miles southeast of Casper in the town of Shawnee, Wyoming. The property features seven guestrooms inside a 8,500 square-foot log cabin overlooking Glendo Reservoir. Several guided hunting excursions are offered and the area is renowned for its abundance of wildlife.

Three miles outside of the east entrance to Yellowstone National Park, the Shoshone Lodge specializes in guided hunting adventures for elk, moose, bighorn sheep, black bears and even mountain lions.

Those are just a few of the many excellent adventures available to hunters in Wyoming. Along with dozens of guest ranches and resorts, ranging from luxurious to rustic, there are also many outfitters that can tailer a unique experience catered to each individual guests.