Montana (US) Hunting Trips and Hunting Outfitters

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Rawhide Guide Service
Starting from $5,900.00
White Sulphur Springs A. 4 x 4 hunts (transportation) B. 66,000 acres private and state land (fair chase), plus over 100,000 acres in the Lewis & Clark National Forest for spring bear only C. Camp (mobile homes / propane heat / hot showers / running water / flush toilets) D. Limited number of hunters per week E. Elevation 5,000 to 8,000 feet F. Limited accommodations for mixed groups (male & female) G. Price of hunt does not include license, game processing or airfare H. At our main camp the price of the hunt does include meals, lodging and transportation to and from airport at no extra charge on scheduled pick up and delivery (Noon Flight Times) I. Fee for non scheduled airport trips $100.00 per trip J. No lodging included in price of antelope hunt conducted in 700 districts. No camp provided. K. Gratuities not included in the price of the hunts L. Air terminal: Bozeman, MT M. $500.00 deposit holds future dates - balance of booking deposit due January 1st of the year you hunt
From $6,100.00 to $6,600.00
Bozeman A. 4 x 4 hunts (transportation) B. 66,000 acres private and state land (fair chase), plus over 100,000 acres in the Lewis & Clark National Forest for spring bear only C. Camp (mobile homes / propane heat / hot showers / running water / flush toilets) D. Limited number of hunters per week E. Elevation 5,000 to 8,000 feet F. Limited accommodations for mixed groups (male & female) G. Price of hunt does not include license, game processing or airfare H. At our main camp the price of the hunt does include meals, lodging and transportation to and from airport at no extra charge on scheduled pick up and delivery (Noon Flight Times) I. Fee for non scheduled airport trips $100.00 per trip J. No lodging included in price of antelope hunt conducted in 700 districts. No camp provided. K. Gratuities not included in the price of the hunts L. Air terminal: Bozeman, MT M. $500.00 deposit holds future dates - balance of booking deposit due January 1st of the year you hunt
Starting from $1,755.00
Montana, United States A. 4 x 4 hunts (transportation) B. 66,000 acres private and state land (fair chase), plus over 100,000 acres in the Lewis & Clark National Forest for spring bear only C. Camp (mobile homes / propane heat / hot showers / running water / flush toilets) D. Limited number of hunters per week E. Elevation 5,000 to 8,000 feet F. Limited accommodations for mixed groups (male & female) G. Price of hunt does not include license, game processing or airfare H. At our main camp the price of the hunt does include meals, lodging and transportation to and from airport at no extra charge on scheduled pick up and delivery (Noon Flight Times) I. Fee for non scheduled airport trips $100.00 per trip J. No lodging included in price of antelope hunt conducted in 700 districts. No camp provided. K. Gratuities not included in the price of the hunts L. Air terminal: Bozeman, MT M. $500.00 deposit holds future dates - balance of booking deposit due January 1st of the year you hunt
From $1,675.00 to $1,975.00
Montana, United States A. 4 x 4 hunts (transportation) B. 66,000 acres private and state land (fair chase), plus over 100,000 acres in the Lewis & Clark National Forest for spring bear only C. Camp (mobile homes / propane heat / hot showers / running water / flush toilets) D. Limited number of hunters per week E. Elevation 5,000 to 8,000 feet F. Limited accommodations for mixed groups (male & female) G. Price of hunt does not include license, game processing or airfare H. At our main camp the price of the hunt does include meals, lodging and transportation to and from airport at no extra charge on scheduled pick up and delivery (Noon Flight Times) I. Fee for non scheduled airport trips $100.00 per trip J. No lodging included in price of antelope hunt conducted in 700 districts. No camp provided. K. Gratuities not included in the price of the hunts L. Air terminal: Bozeman, MT M. $500.00 deposit holds future dates - balance of booking deposit due January 1st of the year you hunt
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Stockton Outfitters, LLC
From $3,750.00 to $4,250.00
Montana, United States You and your guide have checked the wind and made the voyage to an open meadow with deep green grass surrounded by thick timber. Your guide tells you that they have spotted several bear in the area and positions you behind some brush instructing you to keep an eye on a near by spring. Your guide then let's out a blood curdling scream which emulates a calf elk in distress. The call itself sends shivers through your body as you look back. Your head turns again toward the spring and as if appearing from nowhere a large cinnamon bear is heading straight in your direction. He is on the hunt and headed straight toward your position with his jaws popping as you raise your rifle. Ranked by North American Hunter magazine (May 2004) as one of the world's top ten Black Bear Outfitters, a Stockton Outfitters' Spring Bear Hunt is truly spine tingling. Our bear hunts are all free chase. No Dogs or bait are used. We combine spot and stalk techniques with our world renowned calling system to attain e
From $4,500.00 to $5,750.00
Butte It's been a long grueling hike to get back into the timbered ridge where you spotted that trophy bull. You've seen the elk's bed in the meadow and you know that's where he laid up to chew his cud. About now, with the first bit of sunlight starting to stream through the trees, you know he's made his way back into the heavy timber somewhere near a third the way from the top of the ridge. And you know he'll have found a bump of some sort to bed down, watching his back trail. The ultimate game of chess has commenced in the dark timber on the bull's home court. Our Wise River base camp is nestled in the heart of the elk's wintering range, and let's us get close to our quarry by 4 WD and two feet. Our Rifle hunts are conducted from tent camps when the weather permits, but move to the warmth and comfort of the lodge as the heavy snows in the high country move the elk down to lower ground. Our lodge-based hunts combine the mobility and the flexibility to hunt the entirety of our 100 mile x 1
From $4,250.00 to $5,500.00
Butte There is a chill in the air as your eyes open to the still darkness of a high mountain Montana morning. A loud shrill blasts mere yards from your tent, followed by another and another. The hunt is on. A Stockton Outfitters' archery hunt is just the ticket for an adrenaline addict. The reveille of bugling Bulls signals the beginning of archery season. Our guides, all excellent callers, specialize in guiding archers to trophy bulls. We take more than our share of "Pope and Young Record" Animals every year. Our elk are renowned for their superior genetics and the majesty of their racks. The biggest recorded bull taken from our camp scored a massive 419 gross. A Stockton Bow Hunt is guaranteed to make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up, as your guide will use an array of calls to bring your trophy screaming toward you. With Big Bulls whistling from 10 to 30 yards, your opportunity for success is uncommonly high. Over 80% of our hunters get a good shot at an elk. You find yourse
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Sizzlin' S Outfitters
From $3,500.00 to $6,250.00
Hammond Our hunts here at Sizzlin S Outfitters are 5 days. The price includes meals, lodging and guides. These hunts are 2x1 unless you request a 1x1 and with that comes an extra charge of $500. A typical day starts out with a light breakfast and a cup of coffee. We then load up in suburbans and head to our hunting spot for the day. We enjoy a lunch out of the cooler at noon and continue hunting. In the evening when we return to the house, you may enjoy a cocktail and kick your feet up for a little R&R prior to dinner. Dinner consists of hearty portions of home cooked meals and conversation about the days hunt. After dinner activities include watching the game on satellite TV or just relaxing and visiting. Our accommodations consist of an older ranch house complete with a hot shower, great heat, comfortable beds, great atmosphere and friendly conversation. Everyone shows up as a client and leaves as a friend!!
Starting from $2,100.00
Hammond Our antelope hunts in Eastern Montana are top shelf. We have thousands of acres to hunt and a large number of bucks to sort through. We enjoy guiding clients to big antelope as they are truly a challenge. These hunts are all spot and stalk and take place primarily on private ranches, with some large tracks of land locked public as well. This is really a fun hunt!!
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Nelson Outfitters
From $2,500.00 to $11,000.00
Montana, United States Hunt Mule Deer, Whitetail Deer, Antelope or Elk in Wyoming or Montana. These hunts are conducted from a tree stand, ground blind or spot and stalk. We have a very high sucess rate on all species. All hunts are on private ranches.
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J&J Guide Service/Living the Dream Outdoors, LLC.
From $1,250.00 to $6,500.00
Ekalaka Here at J&J Guide Service we offer both archery and rifle hunts. The different species we chase include mule deer, whitetail deer, elk and antelope. We also offer wild upland bird hunts, waterfowl hunts, spring turkey and predator hunts. Great numbers of these animals roam our leases as well as being home to numerous mature bucks and bulls. Our landscape is breathtaking and very diverse, we are able to customize a hunt for almost any hunters physical ability. You are never to young or to old to come enjoy Montana's big sky country!! We help you through every step of the application process taking the worry out for you. Give us a call or shoot us an email should you have any questions, we look forward to serving you!! J&J Guide Service where we say "The harder you look, the better we look!"
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Best Of the Bulls-Montana Trophy Hunts
From $2,200.00 to $7,500.00
Roundup We specialize in archery trophy bull elk and strive to put hunters on P & Y and better bulls. Exclusive, private land hunts. 100% opportunity every year with near 90% success. Of 26 bow hunters for the 2017 season only 4 shot bulls scoring less than the P & Y minimum! A 391" gross bull was our largest with 8 more bulls scoring better than 320". You will be hunting wild, free-range elk herds in the centrally located Bull Mountains of Montana. Our operation is only 45 miles north of Billlings, Mt. Please call for more information. 406-671-4751. Thank you
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Montana Big Game Outfitters
From $1,750.00 to $2,250.00
Miles City Hunt 100% wild birds over well trained pointing dogs. We have some of the best best bird hunting Montana has to offer.
From $1,500.00 to $5,750.00
Miles City Montana's premier big game outfitter. Now booking hunts for 2019 and 2020.
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Montana Hunting Company
Starting from $6,250.00
Bozeman Hunt North American Bull Bison on this 113,000 acre ranch at the base of the Spanish Peaks, 25 miles south of Bozeman, Montana. This hunt is during the bison rut, and is an unbelievable time of the year to be on the ranch and among the bison. These bulls range from 8 to 12 years old, and some of the biggest in the country. The hides are in prime condition this time of year, and make a superb trophy. These hunts are held during July, August, and September.
Starting from $4,250.00
Bozeman This is a 35,000 acre ranch just minutes from Three Forks, Montana. The ranch is located along the banks of the Missouri River, at the point of it's headwaters. The ranch has both Mule Deer and White Tail Deer, and a hunter can harvest one or the other. Elk and Antelope can be hunted on a trophy fee basis. Antelope hunting requires a special permit issued through a state drawing system.
Starting from $4,300.00
Bozeman This is a 35,000 acre ranch along the Jefferson River, 30 miles west of Bozeman, Montana. White Tail Deer and Mule Deer inhabit this ranch, a hunter can harvest one or the other. This is a 2x1, cook on your own hunt. Elk and Antelope can be hunted on a trophy fee basis. Antelope require a special draw permit.
From $6,200.00 to $7,200.00
Miles City These two ranches combine to make up 145,000 acres along the Tongue River, southeast of Miles City, Montana. This is typical Mule Deer habitat, with rolling hills and ravines. With some irrigated fields on the ranches, the deer population stays at high levels. There are some excellent White Tail Deer on the ranches as well. These properties are managed for trophy quality animals.
From $14,500.00 to $15,500.00
Bozeman This ranch is 113,000 acres and is our premier elk hunting property. Located 25 miles south of Bozeman, Montana, this ranch is prime elk habitat with a healthy herd of elk. This ranch is game rich with, Elk, Deer, Moose, Bear, Bison, and Wolves. The ranch is managed for trophy quality game.
Starting from $14,500.00
Bozeman This ranch is 23,000 acres located north of Bozeman, Montana. This ranch has varied terrain and elevations from 4,500 feet to 7,200 feet, and is prime elk habitat. This ranch is managed for trophy quality animals. Hunts are 6 days with only 2 hunters on the ranch each week.
Starting from $4,500.00
Bozeman This is a 43,000 acre ranch on the east slope of the Crazy Mountains, 35 miles north of Big Timber, Montana. This is a 2x1 hunt for either White Tail Deer or Mule Deer. Antelope can be hunted on a trophy fee basis, if successful in drawing a permit.
Starting from $5,000.00
Bozeman This is a 12,000 acre ranch along the Ruby River south of Alder, Montana. The Ruby River bottom has a healthy population of Whitetail Deer. Elk frequent the ranch as well, and can be hunted on a trophy fee basis.
From $4,550.00 to $5,000.00
Bozeman This is an 8,000 acre ranch about 30 minutes north of Bozeman, Montana. This ranch is prime elk and mule deer habitat.
Starting from $4,250.00
Bozeman This is a 4,800 acre ranch on the Red Rock River south of Dillon, Montana. The river bottom provides outstanding habitat for White Tail Deer, and Moose are often seen wandering the river bottom. This is a 2x1, cook on your own hunt.
Starting from $6,750.00
Bozeman This is a 70,000 acre ranch in southeast Montana. This is our premier Mule Deer Ranch, with lots of deer and trophy bucks to see. This ranch is prime Mule Deer habitat, and is managed for trophy quality game.
Starting from $9,750.00
Bozeman This is an 18,000 acre elk paradise along the Blackfoot River near Helmville, Montana. This ranch supports a healthy herd of elk that come and go from the timbered hills and the irrigated fields along the river.
Starting from $2,950.00
Bozeman This is a 50,000 acre ranch east of Harlowtown, Montana along the Musselshell River. Both, Mule Deer and Whitetailed Deer inhabit this ranch. Antelope can be hunted on a trophy fee basis if successful in drawing a permit. This is a 5x1, cook on your own hunt.
Starting from $1,250.00
Bozeman This ranch is a 50,000 acre property with a healthy heard of Pronghorn Antelope. These hunts are 3 day hunts, cook on your own with lodging on the ranch. An Antelope tag must be drawn through the state's drawing system, in order to hunt Antelope here.
Starting from $15,500.00
Bozeman This 10,000 acre ranch is located in northern California. This ranch is managed for trophy quality Tule Elk. Hunts are held in August during the Tule Elk rut.
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Montana Whitetails
Starting from $6,995.00
Montana Montana elk hunting can be a very exciting and rewarding hunt. Our elk leases consist of private lands here in Park county region 3, elk hunting district 315 and 393. Approximately 50% of the elk harvest in the state of Montana comes from region 3. We can accommodate a very limited number of trophy elk hunters each year to provide a quality hunt. We offer a combo hunt for elk which includes a mule deer or whitetail deer hunt. This will allow you to harvest a trophy whitetail or trophy mule deer in addition to the elk. This way, we can also offer you some the finest trophy whitetail deer hunting and trophy mule deer hunting available in the country during your trophy elk hunt. Our elk hunting is done on semi-rugged to moderately rolling terrain. Success often depends on the conditioning of the hunter. For elk hunters, we have access to private land in one of the best hunting regions in the state of Montana . Generally we can access most areas by 4 x 4 vehicle and then walk by foot to get into areas to glass for elk. We are there to assist you in the calling, harvesting, and removal of an elk or any other helpful suggestions you need in order to make your hunt more successful. Elk hunting can be challenging, frustrating, and exhilerating all at the same time. Elk can travel long distances and can be very unpredictable at times. We cannot guarantee anyone an elk, but will try to do everything we can in order to help you harvest your trophy bull elk, and encourage the harvest of cow elk to maintain a balanced, healthy elk herd. You have the option to use the spot and stalk method or calling, which is best in late September, or a combination of both--whatever you prefer. This can be an enjoyable time afield with a buddy while also having the chance to harvest a trophy whitetail or trophy mule deer here in Montana during your elk hunting adventure.
Starting from $7,995.00
Montana Montana elk hunting can be a very exciting and rewarding hunt. Our elk leases consist of private lands here in Park county region 3, elk hunting district 315 and 393. Approximately 50% of the elk harvest in the state of Montana comes from region 3. We can accommodate a very limited number of trophy elk hunters each year to provide a quality hunt. We offer a combo hunt for elk which includes a mule deer or whitetail deer hunt. This will allow you to harvest a trophy whitetail or trophy mule deer in addition to the elk. This way, we can also offer you some the finest trophy whitetail deer hunting and trophy mule deer hunting available in the country during your trophy elk hunt. Our elk hunting is done on semi-rugged to moderately rolling terrain. Success often depends on the conditioning of the hunter. For elk hunters, we have access to private land in one of the best hunting regions in the state of Montana . Generally we can access most areas by 4 x 4 vehicle and then walk by foot to get into areas to glass for elk. We are there to assist you in the calling, harvesting, and removal of an elk or any other helpful suggestions you need in order to make your hunt more successful. Elk hunting can be challenging, frustrating, and exhilerating all at the same time. Elk can travel long distances and can be very unpredictable at times. We cannot guarantee anyone an elk, but will try to do everything we can in order to help you harvest your trophy bull elk, and encourage the harvest of cow elk to maintain a balanced, healthy elk herd. You have the option to use the spot and stalk method or calling, which is best in late September, or a combination of both--whatever you prefer. This can be an enjoyable time afield with a buddy while also having the chance to harvest a trophy whitetail or trophy mule deer here in Montana during your elk hunting adventure.
Starting from $3,295.00
Montana Our land has an excellent whitetail deer population with a buck-to-doe ratio that is very healthy, mature bucks being the rule, not the exception. Very limited pressure ensures a quality hunting experience in which hunters should expect to see between 50-100 bucks during their weeks hunt with us. By limiting this hunting pressure, we are able to increase the age structure of our bucks in the 3-1/2 to 5-1/2 year age class. We have now reached a point where we have a very healthy, sustained age group of mature bucks of this caliber on our leases. This unique opportunity gives our bow hunters a high success rate on trophy class bucks along with the interaction of observing a large whitetail deer herd in a relaxed atmosphere. Once hunters arrive in camp, each whitetail deer hunter will be assigned to a ranch through a drawing and can hunt that ranch through the week. Bow hunters will be placed in our archery only areas which covers roughly 90% of the river bottom on our leases. Gun hunters will be placed in our gun hunting areas. All stands on every ranch will provide opportunities on one day or another. We are strongly focused on increasing opportunities for our hunters. New stands are set up to adapt to conditions that develop from year to year and week to week. You are not restricted to the same stand day after day, under the right conditions, giving each stand a chance to produce for you usually pays off big.
Starting from $3,995.00
Montana Montana Black Bear Hunting Montana has a Fall archery season for black bears!. Our river bottom leases are full of choke cherries during early Fall which really attracts and holds a lot of black bears and have been increasing in numbers over the years. Some having a color phase coat such as cinnamon or blond. The best period to bowhunt them on our private leases is during September through the first week in October. A lot of our whitetail bowhunters in September through early October are seeing bears from their tree stands, and a lot of them within easy bow range! Most of the time, they are passing through as they are nomadic in their travels. However, they are usually on our leases consistently during archery season after choke cherries and provide an excellent Montana trophy if an opportunity presents itself! Hunters booking a hunt for whitetail, mule deer, elk, or antelope can purchase a bear tag as well and bowhunt them from tree stands or ground blinds while pursuing other game animals. A perfect combo hunt for whitetail bowhunters coming during September through the first week in October is adding a archery black bear hunt for a truly unique Montana bowhunting experience!
Starting from $3,995.00
Montana Spot and stalk bow hunting for trophy mule deer in scenic Montana can be a very exciting adventure. In years with good moisture, most of our mule deer stick to the rolling hills just off the river bottom which provides a variety of foods such as Bitter bush, chokecherry, serviceberry, grasses and forbs. With plenty of room on our leases to spot and stalk, and very little hunting pressure, you will have ample opportunities to try an outwit your trophy. Using the terrain layout which features sage covered ridges, breaks, and draws, you can create a course of action by spotting from a vantage point, then stalking your target. Our leases hold a large mule deer herd which can be trouble sometimes when stalking a particular buck. Once you locate a target animal, careful glassing and finding bedded (non-target animals such as does and younger bucks) are essential in planning your stalk. Using the wind to your favor along with careful planning is critical, with patience being the key to success. A range finder is also a crucial tool for success in this type of hunting. These bow hunts are a lot of fun and an effective way to harvest a trophy mule deer without putting any pressure on our river bottom whitetail areas. Late September into early October is a good time to bow hunt for mule deer. We will book only 1 or 2 archery mule deer hunting trips during a single week in September. This way we can offer a very large area for our mule deer hunter(s) to work with due to the additional acreage needed that a spot and stalk hunt requires. This spot and stalk mule deer hunt can be done with or without assistance from a guide, a 1 on 1 service carries a small additional fee.
Starting from $4,495.00
Montana Rifle Mule Deer Hunting: We offer a limited amount of trophy mule deer firearm hunts each season. We have thousands of acres of Montana private property with exclusive hunting rights. This property contains prime mule deer habitat covered with sage hillsides, coulees, and brushy draws with most of the mule deer terrain bordered by agriculture. Our leases hold a large mule deer herd that can be hunted with a rifle starting the 3rd week of October. Late October is a great time to plan a rifle mule deer hunt. Because the number of mule deer hunters with guns are limited, we have had a 100% success rate on these fun-filled hunts. Very few people ever take advantage of the great trophy mule deer hunting that we can offer. You will look over a lot of younger mule deer bucks in order to find the more mature bucks. However, they are there, with lots of ground to cover. It's usually just a matter of time before settling the crosshairs on your mule deer trophy. Our good mule deer tend not to be the largest in the west, but with so many, it's truly a lot of fun hunting them. Our average "good or trophy mule deer" will probably range in the 145" - 170" class with a few bigger and a lot of smaller bucks. This is some open country hunting so sight in your rifle accordingly. Bring shooting sticks or attach a bi-pod to your rifle for a good solid rest. A high quality pair of optics is also recommended. Most of our rifle hunters prefer to spot and stalk or set up over looking a vast valley or drainage in the morning and evenings. For some hunters that require 4 wheel drive transportation, this is not a problem, Just let us know. This is a fairly easy hunt that can be very rewarding.
Starting from $3,995.00
Montana, United States Our land has an excellent whitetail deer population with a buck-to-doe ratio that is very healthy, mature bucks being the rule, not the exception. Very limited pressure ensures a quality hunting experience in which hunters should expect to see between 50-100 bucks during their weeks hunt with us. By limiting this hunting pressure, we are able to increase the age structure of our bucks in the 3-1/2 to 5-1/2 year age class. We have now reached a point where we have a very healthy, sustained age group of mature bucks of this caliber on our leases. This unique opportunity gives our bow hunters a high success rate on trophy class bucks along with the interaction of observing a large whitetail deer herd in a relaxed atmosphere. Once hunters arrive in camp, each whitetail deer hunter will be assigned to a ranch through a drawing and can hunt that ranch through the week. Bow hunters will be placed in our archery only areas which covers roughly 90% of the river bottom on our leases. Gun hunters will be placed in our gun hunting areas. All stands on every ranch will provide opportunities on one day or another. We are strongly focused on increasing opportunities for our hunters. New stands are set up to adapt to conditions that develop from year to year and week to week. You are not restricted to the same stand day after day, under the right conditions, giving each stand a chance to produce for you usually pays off big.
Starting from $1,995.00
Montana Archery hunters can hunt antelope during the early archery only season here in Montana. This runs from early September to early October. Early season is a good time to hunt antelope over water. However, with ample water running through our leases, this can be tough to narrow down which area is frequented the most. These antelope on our leases are a little more spread out due to the fact there are lots of places to feed and water. These antelope can cover several miles between days grazing throughout their home range. Rest assure you can find them, getting them within bow range requires a little more creativity. Which makes for a interesting hunt. Mid to late September can be a great time to go after these trophy antelope using decoys, blinds, and even tree stands. Yes, tree stands… We had a client harvest a Pope and Young antelope from a tree stand while using a decoy. Antelope observed in this area reach peak breeding around the 21st of September. We have areas where hunting them from a tree using a decoy can be very effective. These areas are in transition zones between irrigated alfalfa and the rolling sage hills that border them. We can also hunt them using a ground blind and placing it within these transition zones at key fence line/open gate crossings. There are several dynamite cattle gate openings that provide consistent travel between feeding areas. During the rut this is a sure way to get right in the heat of the action. Also utilizing a decoy to draw them into bow range is very effective at this time of the year. A range finder is very important while a quality pair of optics really helps.
Starting from $2,995.00
Montana We hunt pronghorn antelope on large private ranches in Southwestern Montana. This allows our hunters to experience a high quality, memorable hunting experience in one of the most beautiful places out West. You will be hunting in antelope hunting district 338, we've been 100% successful on our rifle antelope hunts since 1998. Archery and rifle hunts available. Stay in our 7 bedroom, 4 bath beautiful lodge near the Crazy Mountains with breathtaking views of 3 different mountain ranges from our wrap around deck. Meals and lodging are included in your all inclusive, fully guided 3 day antelope hunt. Our trophy antelope hunters in the past have had very good success on 15" + antelope.
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Steel Creek Outfitters LLC
From $1,800.00 to $2,800.00
Darby 7 day black bear spot and stalk
From $4,600.00 to $5,500.00
Darby 7 day Elk,Deer combo Bear and Wolf included. 2 on 1 $4,600. 1 on 1 $5,500.
From $5,500.00 to $6,000.00
Darby 8 day lion hunt $5500
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Baldy Moutntain Outfitter
Starting from $2,000.00
Plains We are offering a ladies only fall black bear hunt with a female guide, ONLY 2 spots are available so book soon. We are a small family operated outfitting business with 100% dedication to the clients abilities.
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Lazy J Bar O Outfitters
From $4,500.00 to $5,500.00
Montana, United States The Bob Marshall Wilderness area is legendary, and for good reason. This giant swath of pristine wilderness offers solitude and genuine adventure. Whether your're on an elk hunt, a deer hunt or one of our summer pack trips for world class fly fishing, we strive to produce an experience that will keep you coming back. Our Bob Marshall hunting camp is located at Hahn Creek north of Ovando, Montana. This area offers unique opportunities for both bugling bull elk early in the year, as well as late season bulls coming down for winter. This is one of the few areas in Montana, or anywhere for that matter, where hunters have the opportunity to hunt elk with a rifle during the rut. The Bob Marshall complex also home to some big bucks, including mule deer and whitetail. We offer camp based hunts and customized roving hunts. We use the roving hunts to capitalize on late-season bull elk and mule deer movement as they disperse into rougher areas off the beaten path.This Alaskan-style roving hunt
From $3,500.00 to $5,500.00
Montana Our southwest Montana hunts take place in and around the Absaroka-Beartooth Mountains. This area provides excellent hunts for bull elk, late-season cow elk, bighorn sheep, spring black bear and mountain lion. It isn't as famous as the Bob Marshall Wilderness, but we believe it offers some of the best and even most underrated hunting in the state of Montana. Big bull elk, and lots of them make this one of Montana's best elk hunting areas. These hunts may be conducted from a lodge, cabin, base camp or spike camps and can be customized based on the individual needs of each client or group. We use horse and mule power to access remote areas and the best hunting opportunities. As with all our other hunts, we use our own stock and can provide horses for riders of any ability level.
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Upper Canyon Outfitters (UCO)
From $800.00 to $4,900.00
Montana We offer guided and unguided hunting trips for archery or rifle season. Our hunts include elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, moose, antelope, and mountain goat. Located at the main ranch is a completely modern lodge and cabins. Montana hunting trips from the ranch give access to the Snowcrest, Greenhorn, and Gravelly Mountain ranges, plus countless miles of private ranch land. The land varies from river bottom and hay meadows to rolling sagebrush hills and high mountain plains – antelope & mule deer country. Then the terrain transforms into high ridges, deep canyons, scattered timber and high mountain spring with aspen groves – ideal elk habitat. With so many miles of land to hunt, you could spend a lifetime here and never hunt the same area.
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Cody Carr's Hunting Adventures, LLC
From $4,500.00 to $5,250.00
Montana, United States Montana State offers a combination license; with Cody Carr's Hunting Adventures you are able to hunt a Rocky Mountain Elk in combination with a Mule Deer OR White Tail. Our hunts are lodge style hunts on 2.5 million acres of Federal/State and a small percentage of private land. It's a spot and stalk hunt on foot with the option to use horses. The lodge is anywhere from 15min to an hour from the start of your hunt. -Archery season starts the first Saturday in September and runs five weeks. *MT does not allow crossbows to be used during Archery season. -Rifle season ends the Sunday after Thanksgiving and runs five weeks backwards. Typically starting the last week in Oct and running through that Sunday.
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