Wilderness Elk & Deer Early Rifle Bugle Season
Hunt #1: Sept. 14 to 20: FULL
Hunt #2: Sept. 24 to 30: FULL
Hunt #3: Oct. 4 to 10: FULL
If you are looking for a true Wilderness hunt, that is deep enough in the back country for you to experience a true horseback, fair chase experience, in wild country that supports excellent elk, whitetail and mule deer habitat with an opportunity to harvest a respectable bull or buck, then this hunt is for you. This is not an “easy” hunt. Terrain can be challenging. Taking an elk on a Fair Chase hunt in the backcountry is one of the greatest trophy and memories you can have. We work hard to make you successful, but not everyone will harvest an elk. Mother Nature is in control, weather, predators and early migrations effect success and are out of our control. Come with a realistic expectation for a great hunt, in spectacular country and the opportunity to harvest a trophy. Click here for more information.
“Edge of the Wilderness” Trailhead based hunts
(2020 General Season Hunts) NEW FOR 2020!!!
Hunt #4: Oct. 24 to 29: 4 Spots Open
Hunt #5: Nov. 2 to 6: 4 Spots Open
Our “Edge of the Wilderness ” hunts are base out of our remote trailhead. You can drive to the camp and stay in our comfortable Wall Tents, complete with wood stoves, cots and chairs. Our Kitchen Tent serves as a meeting place as well as where our hearty meals are prepared and served. Each guide takes 2 hunters out daily either on horseback, hiking, 4X4 or OHV. We hunt both the Wilderness and the front country on these hunts depending on what the elk are doing. This is still a wild country hunt and requires physical effort. Click here for more information.
Spring Bear Hunts:
May 24 to 29: 2 Spots Open
June 2 to 7: 4 Spots Open
Our Spring hunts are primarily spot and stalk. Spring is a great time to get out and ride horseback and hike to look for multi color phases of bears. Click here for more information:
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HUNTERS MUST APPLY BY MAY 1 TO MOUNTAIN GOAT HUNTING DISTRICT 133. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS OR IF SUCCESSFUL, CONTACT US FOR DETAILS
HUNTERS MUST APPLY BY MAY 1 TO MOOSE HUNTING DISTRICT 150. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS OR IF SUCCESSFUL, CONTACT US FOR DETAILS.
Black Bear are common and may be hunted as the primary species or in conjunction with our Elk/Deer hunts. Hunters must take and pass a bear identification test before purchasing a Black Bear hunting license. There are two ways to take the test and receive your certification: • ONLINE at Montana Fish Wildlife & Park’s website at fwp.mt.gov and search ’Bear ID Test’ OR • MAIL IN – Request a mail-in test by calling 406-444-2535. Licenses will be available online or over the counter.
If you are interested in harvesting a wolf, we suggest that you buy a wolf tag (or 2 or 3) and hunt in conjunction with our other hunts. Wolf hunting is generally opportunistic when we focus on elk and deer. However, 2 of our hunting guides are some of the best “wolf howlers” anywhere. We often take a morning or evening and hunt specifically for wolves.
Outfitter & Guide: Connie Long and Mack Long
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