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"Year 'Round Adventures in Big Sky"
BIG GAME HUNTING
Montana hunting has long been recognized as some of the most challenging-and most rewarding-in America. Our tent base camps for elk hunting are located on Cougar Creek in the Lee Metcalf Wilderness Area, and at Buck Creek and Lizard Lakes in the Gallatin National Forest. Trips originate from our base at Doe Creek, and from our trail head camp at Cache Creek, near Taylor's Fork on the Gallatin River. Your gear will be packed to camp the first day while you are hunting.
Our guides are state-licensed; we employ people with plenty of big game experience, backwoods savvy, and horse sense. We've found that most hunters are more comfortable and more successful hunting one-on-one-with a guide for each hunter. This allows you to hunt at your own pace. We offer bow hunts in September and October (requires elk tag plus a bow stamp).
$3500 per person, 6-day minimum
Additional days, $500 per person/per day
$2900 per person, 6-day minimum
Additional days, $425 per person/per day
Add $200 for the first week of General Season, because it's a 7-day trip.
Prices include three hearty meals a day, horses, tents, guides and a cook. In addition, your game will be packed out and taken to a local processor. You are responsible for your own lodging the night before your hunt begins and the night your hunt ends.
Non-hunters in camp $200 per person/per day
This area has an excellent native elk population and is also part of the migratory route for elk whose summer range is in Yellowstone Park and winter range is in the Madison River Valley. Elk numbers, along with the beauty of the area and our camp flexibility make for a successful hunting opportunity. January late hunts are also available.
We are blessed with a plentiful moose population throughout the areas we hunt. Very limited numbers of licenses are available through drawings administered by the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks. Call for details.
This hunt can be combined with an elk hunt, although limits vary as to individual areas.
Hunting goats takes you into country unsurpassed in rugged beauty. As with moose, licenses for mountain goat are very limited, and available by drawing. Our Cougar Creek camp put you in an area with excellent opportunities for success.
HOW TO RESERVE YOUR TRIP
We're open daily all year long to take reservations and answer your questions. Please call us at (406)995-4630 or 1 800-352-5956.
Hunting and pack trips require a 25% deposit, payable in cash, check, money order or major credit card. Prices are subject to change without notice. Plan in advance to secure licenses.
There are a total of 17,000 nonresident Big Game Combination Licenses available. They include deer, elk, fish, upland game birds, and conservation licenses. Of these, many are available to nonresidents using the services of an outfitter. The remaining licenses are available to nonresidents choosing to hunt on their own. Contact: Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks, 1420 East Sixth Avenue, Helena, Montana, 59620. (406) 444-2535. Plans must be made a year in advance. Call for an application. They are mailed out in January. Applications must be returned by March 15.