Montana Whitetail Hunt
Montana Whitetail Hunts
A Montana whitetail hunt might be down in the bottom country, and it might be up in the mountains.
Deer hunting in Montana is different from most other places whitetails live…there’s so much food and cover that bucks have no pattern at all. Luckily though, there are LOTS of deer in this beautiful state.
Why you should consider Montana whitetail hunts:
- The deer get old because they aren’t over hunted.
- Montana is a great place to go for a solid Pope and Young buck.
- High success rates because there are a lot of deer.
- Combo options.
Southeastern Montana Deer Hunts
This is a high success, economical mule deer hunt hunt with some cool combo options.
Montana Combo Hunts
Lots of combo options on this Montana deer hunt.
This can be a great deer hunt in Montana; a 2-buck, 2-state hunt in Montana AND Wyoming; a mule deer whitetail combo hunt; or a whitetail/pronghorn antelope combo hunt. So many choices! If you hunt during November, you can hunt either a whitetail OR mule deer during the rut. There are good numbers of both species.
The antelope combo hunts are conducted in the 700 region in the south-east corner around the town of Alzada, Montana. These hunts are physically easy with large numbers of game seen, and success rates running between 95 and 100% on bucks averaging over 14 inches.
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.
One of our most affordable deer hunts!
Northwestern Montana Deer Hunts
If you’re looking to hunt a trophy whitetail in Montana, this hunt is for you! There are bucks in this area that have never had contact with a human being.
Big Timber Bucks
This is a unique Montana whitetail hunt in the mountains.
You’ll be hunting big deer in big timber in some of the most spectacular and remote country in the United States. This area of Montana is remote and hunting pressure is minimal. Without exaggerating, you generally don’t see another hunter in the woods.
Northwestern Montana has a strong population of whitetails, and big bucks are plentiful. Other parts of the state have experienced population crashes due to disease or winter kill, but Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks biologists have told us that this herd continues to grow. Whenever possible this outfitter likes to concentrate on mature bucks that are at least 4 years old.
- Northwestern Montana.
- Hunting season is the end of October through November.
- Log cabin lodging.
- Can combo your deer hunt with an elk.
- Guiding is either 1-on-1 or 2-on-1.
- License and tags are over the counter.
- They shoot a lot of bucks in the 130-150 B&C class and each year bucks in the 170 plus class are taken in this area
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My buck— eleven scorable points, lots of smaller extras, over 17 ½” of inside spread with heavy mass, and a field dressed weight at 215 lbs. The meat will be enjoyed this winter, and soon the antlers will hang on my wall for me to glance at occasionally and remember the turkeys in the hayfield, the smell of acorns on damp ground, and even the super moon that was visible during my sitting a deer stand and reminiscing of hunts in years gone by this past fall. Thank you Outdoors International.
I recently returned from a late season whitetail hunt in Dimmit County, in South Texas. What happened will go down in history as one of the greatest hunts of my life. I was hunting a buck that I’ve been chasing for the past five years. He’s a 14 year old legend we call Indigo, and he’s been an impossible deer to hunt for his entire mature life (since he was five).
Great outfitter. Great trophy whitetail hunting areas. Many ground blind and tree stand placements before the season allowing good positioning for wind. Constant monitoring of trail cams by the outfitter.
I had no idea how much I would love deer hunting in Texas!