Cody Wetmore is a Montana native, raised in Bozeman on his family’s ranch in Meagher County. A graduate of Bozeman High School and graduated from University of Montana in Fire and Rescue in Helena. He is an EMT and has served the past 8 years on the Bozeman Fire Department.
Working on the family ranch outside of White Sulphur Springs in Smith River country, Cody was very involved in the ranching operations at a young age. When not farming, fencing, or irrigating, Cody was keeping an eye on local wildlife, and fishing near the Smith River. He was rowing boats on the Yellowstone before he had a drivers license.
But his true passion was hunting, and was recruited by some of the leading outfitters in Alaska and here in Montana to guide elite hunters seeking record book elk and sheep. After many years of guiding and being a part of Governors Tag hunts, Dall sheep hunts, and elite bow hunters pursuing elk, his resume of success is well known.
Recognition of his hunting success has placed him on some of the premium hunting ranches of the west, guiding the most notable of clients. His personal hunting has taken him to British Columbia, New Zealand, the Yukon, and many other states.
Cody Built a home in Bozeman 2 years ago, shared by his wife, Olivia, and their two dogs. An avid outdoorsman, he enjoys not only big game hunting, but skiing, fishing, and bird hunting across Montana.