Montana Archery Hunts
Our Montana archery hunts are conducted in the Selway Bitterroot Wilderness and on the Bitterroot National Forest. The hunting units we operate in are 240, 250, 260, 261 and 270. All hunts are eight nights and seven days. All of the elk archery hunts are during prime bugling season. Calling will be the preferred technique during this period. To hunt during the rut is one of the most exhilarating hunts you will ever experience.
Day, Lodge or Wilderness Deer Hunts
There are both mule deer and white tail deer in the areas we hunt. You can hunt the white tail with a general deer tag. For the mule deer you need to apply for a permit. Areas 270 and 261 are limited and not easy to get, these should be your first and second choice. Areas 240 and 250 are unlimited but you still have to get a permit one of these need to be your third choice depending on the hunt you choose.
White tail deer can be hunted with a general deer tag. Depending on the hunt you choose. We have access to private land were we hunt the white tail deer from tree stands. This is done in area 260 which has very limited access most of this unit is on private ground. The season for this unit is from the first Saturday in September through January 15th. Deer b antlerless tags are available for this unit the non resident price is $75.00
We offer 1 on 1 hunts (you have your own personal guide)
or 2 on 1 hunts (2 hunters share a guide).
Your guaranteed hunting license must be obtained through your outfitter by march 15th