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    For more information about Montana Hunting Guide #10,
    please contact us at HuntersDomain 936-634-4426.
    Montana Elk Hunts
    With over 30 years experience this outfitter is providing Elk hunting on private land in Jefferson County, Montana. The hunting grounds take place in 20,000 acres of streams, lakes, valleys, and tall timber. Low game pressure is enforced allowing the game to thrive. The area has Bulls scoring over 400! Your guides are very familiar with the area and know the patterns of the Bulls well. This is why they have an almost 100% success rate! The hunt includes a stay in one of their rustic cabins nestled in the remote locations of the forest. Reduced hunting fees are offered for two hunters. A combination of hunts with other games is provided.
    Bag Limit: One
    Hunting Dates: September – November (by state draw)
    Montana Elk Hunts
    Hunting Lodging and Meals
    Each hunt differs in accommodations depending on the location of the hunt. The main lodge is very spacious with 8-bed rooms, clean bathrooms, 2 sitting areas, washer/dryer, and a lounge area. The lodge also has a conference room for corporate sportsmen. Some hunts include a stay in one of their rustic cabins nestled in the remote locations of the forest. Professional cooks are on hand to prepare delicious home-style meals.
    Transportation
    Sportsmen will be conducted to and through the hunting grounds by use of horses and 4 wheel vehicles.
    Hunting Location
    The hunting grounds are held on private land and public land in Montana. The land consists of streams, lakes, valleys, and tall timber. Low game pressure is enforced allowing the game to thrive.
    Click here to see our photo album with more hunting photos.
    Other Services
    For an additional fee, the outfitter will prepare your trophy for the meat processor and they have onsite taxidermist. The main lodge is open year-round and provides a number of activities including camping trips, horseback trail rides, fishing trips, riverboat rides, and rafting trips. They are a prime location for corporate retreats and family reunions.
    If you’re looking to find information on state rules, please see the Montana State regulations.
    For more information about Montana Hunting Guide #10,
    please contact us at HuntersDomain 936-634-4426.

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