Montana has a long hunting season that stretches from mid-September to late November. This enables us to offer several different types of hunts, including trophy elk hunting, trophy mule deer hunting, and other select big game species in remote back country camps. Hunts range from early elk bugling to late season migration hunts.
Early Season Wilderness Hunts
Our early season wilderness camps are deep in the Bob Marshall Wilderness. These hunts start in mid-September during the bull elk rut, when you can catch the bull elk bugling. There are opportunities for trophy mule deer bucks as we find them in their bachelor herds. Bull elk hunting and mule deer buck hunting often occur in the same area and give you great choices in hunting both species.
There are also opportunities for select trophy hunts for big horn sheep, black bear, wolf, mountain lion, mountain goat, and moose.
Late Season Wilderness
Our late season wilderness hunts are near Glacier National Park and you will find classic late season bull elk hunting and mule deer buck hunting. The bull elk hunting and mule deer buck hunting occur in the same area, so you will find opportunity for both. There is also the opportunity for black bear and wolf in this area.
Late Season Ranch Hunts
Our late season ranch hunts are primarily mule deer hunts near the Rocky Mountain Front. This is the last stop on the migration route for the mule deer as the move from the mountains to the prairie to winter each year. The mule deer bucks are starting to rut at the very end of the season.