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    For more information about Montana Hunting Guide #80,
    please contact us at HuntersDomain 936-634-4426.
    Montana Elk Hunts
    This multifaceted outfitter is hosting Elk hunting in the Beaverhead National Forest of Central Montana. The hunting grounds are at an elevation of 10,000 feet. The Elk is a local herd that is quite a large population of Elk. Most of the Elk in the area are at least 5×6 with some monsters that are much larger. Sportsmen can choose between fully-guided hunts or non-guided hunts with drop camping. Hunters can obtain their licenses directly through the outfitter. A combination of big game hunts can be accommodated.
    Bag Limit: One
    Hunting Dates: September – November
    Montana Elk Hunts
    Hunting Lodging and Meals
    Nestled in the mountains, sportsmen will stay in their gorgeous lodge. The lodge has private rooms, bunk-beds, double beds, 3 bathrooms, playgrounds for the kids, Wi-Fi, TV, and even a hot tub! Elk hunters stay in heated wall tents with a separate cooking and dining tent. Delicious home-style meals are provided in all hunting and fishing packages.
    Transportation
    Sportsmen will be conducted to the fishing and hunting grounds by horseback or 4 wheeler.
    Hunting Location
    The hunting and fishing grounds are in Unit 3 in the Beaverhead National Forest of Central Montana. The National Forest has Pine trees, hills, mountains, rivers, open meadows, and is abundant in wildlife. Fishing is done from several different rivers, ranging in elevation up to 10,000 feet. Bring your camera, because you will want to preserve the breathtaking views.
    Click here to see our photo album with more hunting photos.
    Other Services
    Combination of big game hunts can be accommodated. The outfitter can transport your trophy to a local meat processor and/or taxidermist. Open year-round, the outfitter also offers camping expeditions, fly fishing, horseback riding, float trips, and nature walks.
    If you’re looking to find information on state rules, please see the Montana State regulations.
    For more information about MontanaHunting Guide #80,
    please contact us at HuntersDomain 936-634-4426.

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