Montana is often overlooked as an antelope hunting destination, but we think that’s a mistake.
With over 147,000 square miles to explore, it can be tough to know where to start in Montana. In Big Sky Country, the backdrop to your adventures — mountains and valleys, bears and bison, waterfalls and trout streams — will simply leave you in awe.
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More than 32,000 brown bears call Alaska home! Even though there are technically two subspecies in North America (the grizzly and the Kodiak), all brown bears in Alaska are genetically identical. The difference between Coastal and Grizzly Bears is geographical and diet.
Jeanette LaVance of CCI/SPEER in Lewiston presents First Hunt Foundation President, Rick Brazell with one of five new Savage rifles...
Moose hunting is something that even the most well traveled high budget hunters only do a few times in their lifetime. Not because they aren’t enjoyable, but more that they are a bucket list species, once you have gotten the one you are looking for, most call it good. Most hunters are rookies at booking a hunt, and I find that many of them don’t have the proper information to find the hunt that would satisfy their trophy quality expectations, physical condition level and budget.