Montana Deer Hunts
- This is a draw hunt, but hunters will most likely draw. You can actually put in for Montana, and if you don’t draw you still have time for Wyoming.
- Mule deer OR whitetail hunts are 3, 4 or 6 day hunts and can be combined in a number of ways.
- You can also choose to combo your deer hunt with a pronghorn antelope.
- Hunt Southeast Montana.
- Economical Hunt.
- Lots of game (both species of deer and antelope).
- High success rates.
- Clean, comfortable lodging.
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These are trophy Montana deer hunts during the rut in southeast Montana on private ranches in prime deer country. Typically this hunt hits the peak of the rut and the bucks will be moving all day. Montana uses a preference point system for licensing. The Big Game combo tag may be used for this hunt, but having preference points makes it easier to acquire a license.
Options range from a 2-state, 2-buck deer hunt in both Wyoming and Montana, to a 1-state deer.
Lodging is provided on all hunts with all the comforts of home. Breakfast and dinner are cooked and served at the lodge. Lunches are packed and taken along daily to the field. You will not go hungry! No matter where you are hunting, can rest assured that ranches are carefully managed for trophy quality and success. If you hunt during November during the rut, you can hunt either a whitetail OR mule deer. There are good numbers of both species.
You can also combo your deer hunt with a pronghorn!
The pronghorn antelope and pronghorn/deer combo hunts are conducted in both Wyoming and Montana. In Wyoming they hunt the north east corner near the town of Colony, and in Montana, they hunt the 700 region in the south-east corner around the town of Alzada. These hunts are physically easy with large numbers of game seen, and success rates running between 95 and 100% on antelope bucks averaging over 14″.
This is an amazing hunt, and contact us to learn more if it sounds good to you.
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