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Moose Hunting in Montana

This hunt is for Montana residents only. If you draw a moose tag in area 516, give us a call. We look forward to helping you.

Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks (MFWP) hunting regulations and dates are released in March of each year. Please check the MFWP website  for confirmation of season dates.

Moose Hunts

Location:  Outfitter permitted area 516 (Boulder drainage)

Accommodations: Tent camp and meals provided 7-day trip: 1 day in, 5 days hunting, 1 day out

License needed: Moose license, permit area 516-50

License application deadline: May 1st

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Licensing information for moose hunting.

Moose permits are by special drawing. The application deadline for a moose permit is May 1. Please see the hunt package above for our permitted area. There are a very limited number of moose permits available for this area.

General licensing information

Important Information for Resident and Non-Resident Hunters before applying for hunting licenses

If you were born after January 1, 1985, you are required to show proof of completing a Montana hunter safety and education course or an approved hunter safety course from any other state or province prior to applying for or purchasing a hunting license whether the hunting license is for rifle or archery.

All first time bow and arrow license purchasers must enter their bowhunter education certificate number (NBEF) or a previous years archery license number from any state or province.

If you intend to purchase a black bear license for the first time, you need to have passed the FWP Bear Identification test. It can be found online at FWP’s website . Click on Education, then Hunter Education. Choose Bear Identification Program.

All licenses requiring a kill tag such as deer, elk, wolf, mountain lion, mountain goat, antelope, etc. will be mailed to you from MFWP. Make sure the address you used when you applied for or purchased your license is the address to which you want your license mailed. If your purchase included a combination license, then the conservation & fishing portion of that will also be mailed to you. Always print a copy of your application and receipt. This is your proof of application. Once the draws are posted you will want to be checking your mail to be sure you receive your license. If you do not receive your license within 3 weeks of the posted draw, call MFWP and let them know. Licenses purchased online not requiring a kill tag must be printed from your home printer. These licenses which are now in your physical possession are valid for immediate use.

If you need to purchase licenses for yourself and immediate family members, you must do so in separate transactions and provide the appropriate identification required for each individual.

Non-residents who do not have an ALS number established and are purchasing a conservation license for the first time must be prepared to provide the last 4 digits of their social security number per Montana Code Annotated to comply with the Federal Welfare Reform Law. A conservation license is required when purchasing a hunting or fishing license.

Hunting Deposit & Payment Policy

A partial deposit of $1000 is required to book your hunt. If you do not draw a license, the $1000 partial deposit will be rolled over to the following year, if space is available, or refunded. The drawing takes place in mid-April. The remainder of the deposit (50% of the cost of the hunt) is due when the draw is posted and is non-refundable. The balance of the hunt is due 30 days prior to your hunt and is non-refundable. Hunts not fully paid by this date will be considered cancelled. We recommend Trip Cancellation Insurance. Montana Outfitters & Guides Association suggests Global Rescue Travel Insurance.  

All hunts will include an additional fee of $50 for the Hunter/Angler Defense Fund. This fund was set up by Montana Outfitters & Guides Association for the purpose of defending non-resident hunting and fishing rights in the State of Montana. (Information on HADF can be found in the General Hunting Information Packet.)

We accept Credit Cards (Visa/MasterCard only) and Checks. Make Checks Payable to: Absaroka-Beartooth Outfitters, Inc.

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Cameron Mayo is licensed by the Montana Board of Outfitters. Outfitter License #10925. Absaroka-Beartooth Outfitters is permitted by the United States Forest Service (USFS) to operate in the Custer  Gallatin National Forest.

We offer the best in Montana adventures. Fly-fishing, big game hunting, horse rides and ranch vacations on wilderness and private land. Fish high mountain streams, lakes, rivers and ranch creeks. Hunt elk, deer, mountain goat, bighorn sheep, bear and moose in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness in the Greater Yellowstone area. Private ranch hunts for elk, deer, antelope, bear, turkey, duck and goose.

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When most people think of hunting in Montana, they often think of elk hunting, not moose hunting. Well, time to think again. Sage Peak Outfitters offers moose and goat hunts on a draw system. For more information, call us today, 406-581-8303.

We would love to bring you along and let you experience firsthand a Montana moose hunting expedition. Moose hunting in Big Sky Country is a memory you’ll cherish forever. Don’t miss out – contact us for an opportunity that most only ever dream about.

Hunting various game isn’t like riding different bicycles. Just because you can successfully do one, doesn’t mean you’ll be a natural at the rest. Some hunters stick to one because that’s what they’re good at and have no interest in learning anything else. If what you’re used to isn’t enough, consider Montana moose hunting.

You’ll need a solid foundation – understanding of the sport and a developed set of skills, but our team and guides at Sage Peak Outfitters can assist you in the rest. Maybe you’ve always hunted mule deer or whitetail but want to branch out and see what moose or elk hunting is all about. We invite you to contact us with your questions and allow our professionals to help you decide what hunt fits you best. Not everyone is meant to be a hunter, but every hunter is meant to come along with Sage Peak Outfitters in Montana and experience an authentic wilderness hunt.

We look forward to guiding you through Montana’s beautiful terrain and sending you back home with a moose you’ll love to show off.

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Montana Moose Hunt

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Season: Late October – November License Application Deadline: May 1st

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Western Montana Moose Hunts

Montana shiras moose hunts.

The Shiras Moose in our area of Montana have some of the best genetics in the state. Although this hunt requires special draw, once a tag is acquired you have an excellent chance at harvesting a great big Shiras Bull moose.

The license application for moose is due by May 1st to Montana fish, wildlife and parks.

Remember to put in each year as your points are squared which increases your chance of draw.

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Snowy Springs Outfitters, Inc

Wilderness Big Game Hunts

Montana big game hunting near Glacier National Park

Elk, Mule Deer, Black Bear, Wolf, Moose, Mountain Goat

All our hunting takes place in the Wilderness with the exception of Spring Black Bear . Because of this, the animals have the upper hand. These are the most Fair Chase hunts available in the lower 48.

Snowy Springs Outfitters offers big game hunting in the Great Bear Wilderness of Montana. We run a very limited number of hunters to keep our success rate high. Because of this, our success rate runs a bit higher than the average wilderness hunt. Hunts are guided 2 on 1, 2 hunters per guide. 1 on 1 hunts are available.

Hunting in the Wilderness

If you are considering booking a Wilderness Hunt you need to be in it for the entire experience. Because we hunt in the Wilderness, it is like going back in time. You will be camping, traveling by horse or foot, and everything is done by hand. Nothing with a wheel or motor is allowed in the Wilderness. We understand some hunters do not have the time available for a Wilderness Hunt or are more interested in just harvesting something. If you are in this category, this hunt will not fit you.

Hunts are 5 to 10 days and are run out of a wilderness base camp with a cook tent, sleeping tents with cots, pads, wood stoves, lanterns, and an outhouse. Snowy Springs has 5 wilderness base camps. The season, weather and game movement determine which camp is used.

Unless you draw a moose or mountain goat tag, the main animal we focus on is elk. Moose and mountain goats licenses are draw-only for both residents and non-residents; both require an area number. If you purchase additional licenses such as black bear, it will be the secondary animal. We do not charge extra per animal. The hunt price is the price; it is not determined by how many animals you harvest.

We generally run two early hunts while the elk are in rut, September through the first part of October, in an early rifle area. Late hunts are during the general season, starting the third week in October and running through the end of November, in area that is just opening for rifle hunting.

Early Season Hunting (September to mid-October)

The early hunts are long days. If at all possible we recommend a 9 or 10 day hunt so you can take a day off to relax if needed. The fishing is still great this time of year and combo licenses include a fishing license. If you are interested in fishing let us know and we will make sure there is fishing gear available in camp. If you are from the South or somewhere it does not snow, we highly recommend the early hunts for you. Late hunts during the General Season can have snow; usually it’s more a matter of how much snow.

Because we start hunting in September, mid-day temperatures can be pretty warm. Hunters dress in layers so they can pull them off as needed. Mornings are quite cool (even be in the freezing range), with daytime temps in the 70’s. It could also snow. Mountains and the Continental Divide make for unpredictable weather.

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A Typical Day of Hunting

The plan for the day is usually made at breakfast and will take weather and other factors into account. Breakfast is early, generally 4:30AM. Sandwiches and snacks will be out for you to put together your lunch. You will head out on your horse in the dark. Early hunts are during the rut. Guides like to get up on top of the mountains early and work ridges, bugling or cow calling into different drainages. By being on top, they can cover a much larger area, as opposed to hunting down low where it could take a whole day to work one drainage. Once up on top there is a lot of glassing and more glassing.

Most days will be spent out of camp from pre-dawn to late dusk or dark. We have hunted this way for 30 years so all our guides are used to it as are the horses. Guides almost always take a pack animal with them; most times hunters’ rifles are carried on these animals. Our guides can get off, tie up and have your gun out and ready before you are even off your horse. Pack animals also make it easier to get game back to camp right away rather than having to go back later. After arriving back at camp, you’ll have a little time to put on comfy shoes, relax a bit and then have dinner.

Late Season Hunting (mid-October – November)

Montana hunting season ends the first Sunday after Thanksgiving. Our late hunts work the same as the early ones, except the rut is over and there will probably be snow. Hunting still includes a lot of glassing and tracking is added. Our late hunting camp is in an area that is not open during early hunts and is on the migratory route the elk take to their winter range. The mule deer are in the rut during this time and are moving around much more than during the early hunts. If you are hoping to get into a big Muley, this is the time to hunt.

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Full Service Outfitter

Snowy Springs is a full service outfitter; we take care of you from the airport until we return you to it. In other words, we don’t nickel and dime you to death. We do not charge extra fees for anything. We have cabins for hunters prior to and after the hunt. If you drive, you are more than welcome to show up a few days early, leave a few days later, etc. We have a shooting area at our Base Camp if you want to double check your gun before heading into the Wilderness for your hunt. Glacier National Park is our backyard and a lot of clients like to do a little sightseeing if they have time. If you do not have a vehicle with you, we are more than happy to be your tour guide. Our local Cafe’ and Bar are within walking distance of Base Camp.

After the Hunt

Shawn is a licensed taxidermist and has trained all guides in skinning to make sure your hide is ready for mounting according to your desire. From a shoulder mount to a life-size or rug, we can handle it. Meat is taken to camp and hung; depending on the weather it may be packed out before your hunt ends. We do not process the meat; we will get it to the processor with your cut and wrap order. If you drive, you may want to bring ice chests or even a freezer to take meat home to process.

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Resident and non-resident licenses are sold over the counter or online all year with the exception of  Moose  and  Mountain Goat which   are  Special   Drawing Licenses  and will need an area number. Areas available change each year; if you want to apply for one, contact us to see what Area number you would need to enter.

License Options

Big Game Combo – Package that includes Elk and Deer (Mule Deer or Whitetail) , Fishing, Upland Game Birds. Mail in paper application or online. Deadline March 15 of year you hunt.

Elk Combo – Elk, Fishing, Upland Game Birds. Mail in paper application or online. Deadline March 15 of year you hunt.

Deer Combo  –   Deer (Mule Deer or Whitetail), Fishing, Upland Game Bird. Mail in application or online. Deadline March 15 of year you hunt.

Moose and Mountain Goat   – Special drawing with a deadline of May 1. Paper application or online. Requires drawing area number.

Black Bear – Mail in application or online.  Before purchasing your Black Bear license you will be required to take a Bear Test through the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks website. Northwest Montana has a healthy population of Grizzly Bears which we are not allowed to harvest at this time. The test will help you distinguish between the Black Bears and the Grizzlies. There is a tutorial available for bear identification. You can’t fail the test; you just keep taking it until you pass. Write down your Certificate number or print the Certificate as you need the number for your license application. Don’t worry; you will always have a guide with you to make sure which type of bear you’re looking at.

Automated Licensing System (ALS)

Montana uses a system they call “ALS“ for licensing. The number is your birth date with a unique number added to it. If you have hunted in Montana since 2002, you already have an ALS number. It is best to always use the same ALS number as it is a record of all your pertinent information and Bonus Points earned. If you need to find your ALS number, go to the link below. Make sure you use same information as the first time you were issued one; for example if your zip code has changed you need to use the one you had then.

** New this year: you can search your  ALS  number without setting up an account.  But, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is pushing for people to  “Set up a User Account”.  If you wanted to edit your information, update your address, etc., you will have to set up an account.

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Cabin-based Hunting

We have cabins available for bow hunts or late hunts. If you are interested in having the comforts of home, let us know and we can give you the details of hunting out of cabins. Works the same as our spring bear hunts.

Discovering Montana

The 10 Best Outfitters and Hunting Tours In Montana

Jason Gass

By Jason Gass

Montana offers a wide range of hunting opportunities. Many of the game species that are available to hunt in Montana are not found in many other states in the US. This makes Montana one of the more popular places for travelers to come for a unique hunting experience. 

Visitors to Montana wanting to enjoy a successful hunt should consider hiring one of the many experienced hunting guides that operate throughout the state.

Best Outfitters & Hunting Tours in Montana

Huntable species in Montana include white-tailed deer, pronghorn antelope, bears, mule deer, Rocky Mountain elk, wolves, bison, mountain goats, mountain lions, bighorn sheep, turkeys, as well as upland birds and waterfowl. There are many outfitters & hunting tours in Montana available to cater to hunters from around the world.

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1. Swan Mountain Outfitters

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Swan Mountain Outfitters is one of the newer hunting guide companies in Montana. They are located in the Swan Valley near the village of Swan Lake. Their Swan Mountain Ranch is the perfect spot to start an amazing hunt in northwest Montana.

Swan Mountain Outfitters provides its clients with a horse chase hunting experience. They have permitted access to the Bob Marshall Wilderness and Flathead National Forest . All hunts are conducted on public lands.

Swan Mountain Outfitters provides guided hunts for the following game species:

  • Mountain Goat
  • Mountain Lion
  • Whitetail Deer

2. Elk Creek Outfitting

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Elk Creek Outfitting operates out of Heron, MT. They are a licensed hunting outfitter with the Montana Department of Fish Wildlife and Parks. Elk Creek Outfitting provides its clients with horseback-guided hunting tours for a variety of Montana’s game animals.

Elk Creek Outfitting utilizes both private lands and National Forest public lands for their hunts. Most of their guided packages are multi-day and provide all of the necessary equipment for a comfortable and safe hunt, with the exception of firearms or ammunition.

Elk Creek Outfitting provides guided hunts for the following game species:

  • Black bear 
  • Big Horn Sheep

3. Stockton Outfitters

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Stockton Outfitters is a nationally known hunting guide located near Butte, Montana . This guide company focuses its hunts on just a few select game animals. This allows them to select expert guides that know the animals they are hunting, resulting in a better success rate for their clients.

Stockton Outfitters provides guided hunts for the following game species:

4. J&J Guide Services

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J&J Guide Services and Two Bear Outfitters are smaller outfitting company that operates from two locations, Ekalaka and Musselshell, Montana.

J&J Guide Services provide hunting tours for both rifle and archery hunts. All hunts are conducted on their private hunting camps and surrounding land. Additionally, J&J Guide Services work with neighboring ranchers and landowners to provide their clients with additional hunting ground in some of the most productive parts of Montana.

J&J Guide Services provides guided hunts for the following game species:

5. Montana Hunting Fishing Adventures

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Montana Hunting Fishing Adventures is a full-service guide company that offers hunting and fishing tours to some of Montana’s most outstanding hunting and fishing grounds.

Based in Hamilton , MT, this family-owned hunting and fishing guide company is committed to providing its clients with outstanding hunting or fly fishing experiences . When you hunt with their guides, they will lead you through 100% of the hunting experience, and will even dress, skin, pack, and cape your harvest.

Montana Hunting Fishing Adventures is licensed by the State of Montana, and all hunts are operated on public, National Forest Land.

Montana Hunting Fishing Adventures provides guided hunts for the following game species:

  • Bighorn Sheep

6. Snowy Springs Outfitters

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Snow Springs Outfitters is one of the most affordable guide services in Montana. They are a small horse outfitter that specializes in providing hunting services to visitors to Montana.

Snowy Springs Outfitters has a variety of trip options that include multi-day hunting trips or day trips. All of the guided hunts offered by Snowy Springs are done on horseback, which makes transporting your harvest easier.

Snow Springs Outfitters utilize public lands for their hunting services. They are located near the Great Bear Wilderness , which is home to a variety of game species.

Snow Springs Outfitters provides guided hunts for the following game species:

7. K Lazy 3 Outfitters

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K Lazy 3 Outfitters is another small hunting outfitter. They are located near Lincoln , MT. They provide their clients with a remote, yet comfortable hunting experience.

All guided hunting tours utilize horses and mules which carry you and your gear from their main location to the hunting camp. Camps provide all of the necessary comforts including hot meals, and comfortable but rustic camping accommodations.

K Lazy 3 will happily listen to your expectations for your hunting experience and build an outing that meets your expectations for a guided hunting tour. All hunts are staged on a combination of public and private land. K Lazy 3 Outfitters are licensed by the State of Montana.

K Lazy 3 Outfitters provide guided hunting tours for the following species:

8. Hell’s A-Roarin’ Outfitters

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Located near beautiful Yellowstone National Park , Hell’s A-Roarin Outfitters offers their clients a unique opportunity to hunt near the border of Yellowstone and harvest animals that migrate two and from the park.

These herds that are well protected can live much of the year in some of the best habitats in the Great Plains. While Hell’s A-Roarin’ Outfitters specialize in Elk hunts , they are well versed in hunting for other game species as well.

The base of their hunting operations is their ranch and lodge that are near Jardine, Montana. All hunts utilize horses and pack mules to transport you, your gear, and hopefully an amazing trophy animal.

Hell’s A-Roarin’ Outfitters provides guided hunts for the following species:

9. Northern Rockies Outfitters

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Northern Rockies Outfitters provide guided hunting tours on three ranches in Montana. Each ranch provides a different set of game animals. The ranches are privately owned and Northern Rockies Outfitters manage the hunting and game resources on each of the three ranches.

Hunting ranches are located in Cascade , West Butte, and Sheep Creek. Elk hunting is their most popular hunting tour, however, they provide hunting tours that cover a wide range of game species.

Northern Rockies Outfitters are licensed by the state of Montana and provide tours for both rifle and archery hunters.

Northern Rockies Outfitters provide guided hunts for the following species:

10. Montana Trophy Outfitters

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Montana Trophy Outfitters is one of the most popular hunting outfitters in Montana, operating in Cardwell, MT. They work closely with private landowners, and also utilize public lands for their hunts.

They focus primarily on guided elk hunts , but their guides are also experienced in tracking other game animals as well.

Montana Trophy Outfitters also offer lodging for their clients either in their southwest Montana lodge, or small backcountry cabins that are great for getting away from technology and focusing on a great hunt. Montana Trophy Outfitters provide both rifle and archery hunts.

Montana Trophy Outfitters provides guided hunts for the following species:

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SHEEP, MOOSE, AND GOAT SPECIAL DRAWINGS 

Although we specialize in elk hunts, our guides have years of experience here in the Bitterroot Valley hunting Moose Sheep and Mountain Goats, both personally and with clients. If you have been lucky enough to draw one of these coveted tags, let us help you make the most of your once in a lifetime hunt!

SHIRAS MOOSE 

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MOOSE, SHEEP, & GOAT

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All Montana moose seasons allow you to hunt during the rut. The bulls can be easily called at this time and provide a action packed hunt. The moose areas we hunt are units 270 and 250.

A good size Shiras moose would be over 40” wide with true trophies hitting the magic 50” mark.

This is once again a draw hunt so the only way to play is to apply. If you have just drawn the tag, give us a call. We will help you hang that tag on the trophy of a lifetime. Our goal is to get our hunters the largest animal possible so a lot of pre-scouting on our behalf goes into this hunt.

BIGHORN SHEEP

If hunting sheep is something you want to do with almost guaranteed success on a B&C ram, your best bet is going to be to apply for the trophy areas year after year and pray you get drawn.

Our sheep hunts are conducted with the goal of a trophy in mind. Our guides work diligently to help you harvest a B&C or P&Y quality animal. This hunts includes all guiding as well as pre-scouting for your trophy. Let us know what you are looking for and we will do our best to put you on the trophy of a lifetime.

The unit we hunt is unit 270. In this unit you will have a excellent chance at a 180+ ram and will look over 25-50 rams a day. Even with a die off in 2009 we have been seeing a good number of mature trophy rams. Although 270 is a great unit, the draw odds are about like the lotto.  Our hunters in this unit have gone 100% on B&C rams with both a gun and bow.

Our rates for this hunt include all food, lodging, and guiding. These are some of the best sheep hunts in the country. If you don’t already apply for sheep in Montana now is the time to start. If you have any questions about the application process please feel free reach out with any questions.

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MOUNTAIN GOAT

Montana mountain goat hunt can be one of the most unforgettable hunts in the state. The rugged beauty of goat country in the jagged glacier carved drainages of the Bitterroot’s Westside mountains are on par with the best goat hunting destinations in the world.

We offer guided mountain goat hunts as well as fully outfitted goat hunts in unit in 240 (WEST SIDE OF THE BITTERROOT VALLEY).

Although we do scout goats throughout the year and have been watching some real trophies, the few and hard to draw tags make goat hunting a rare occasion for hunters. Montana also offers hunters a chance to win a goat tag through the super tag lottery for $5 a chance. Although it may be long odds we have had hunters win before.

If you have been lucky enough to draw a tag, give us a call. We scout most of the areas every spring and know what the area holds as far a trophy quality. If you are looking to hang your tag on the best trophy possible, we can help. We offer a special discounted daily rate for resident hunters who choose to have us guide them.

Swan Mountain Outfitters

Montana Outfitter Prices and Dates

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Swan Mountain Outfitters is pleased to provide a wide array of high quality horseback riding trips and fishing trips in northwest Montana. Northwest Montana is known for vast amounts of land traditionally traveled by horseback as well as crystal clear rivers, lakes and streams that are teeming with trout. Horseback riding, fishing and just enjoying the outdoors represent the Montana way of life. With such incredible natural resources at our disposal, there are lots of options for recreating in Montana. The chart below summarizes the dates and rates for all of our most popular horseback riding and fishing trips. We pride ourselves in being one of the best horseback-based outfitters in northwest Montana and hope that you will book a trip with us to let us show show you what we mean!

2024 Hunting Season

Group Discount Rates: 10% for groups of 4+

Family Discounts: Son/daughter Discount (swan location only): 50% discount for under age of 25 hunting with parent. Hunting Spouse Discount (swan location only): 25% off.

One-on-one guide: $1500 extra

3% Administrative Fee : All multi-day trip rates will have an additional 3% administrative fee added per reservation. If you have any questions please feel free to call us at (406) 387-4405.

Cancellation & Refund Policy: For all hunts, $1,000 per hunter is required to secure the reservation. A secondary deposit of $2,000 is required no later than March 1st the year of the hunt. Both deposits are non-refundable and non-transferrable. The remaining balance is due June 1st. If you do not get drawn we will refund a deposit, but will not for any other reason. There are no refunds due to weather or not harvesting an animal. Since all of our hunts are free chase, there is a chance you may not see an animal during your hunt. If the thought of going home without of an animal is not palatable to you, do not book a hunt! Credit Cards accepted for initial deposit with no fee, all other subsequent payments can be made with a check or cash or a credit card. If you choose to pay with a credit card a 3% convenience fee will be added. Above prices do not include tags/licenses that are paid directly to the state of Montana, or a Hunter Defense Fund fee of $50 collected of all outfitted clients of Outfitter members of the Montana Outfitter & Guides Association for the purposes of defending nonresident hunting rights in the state of Montana. All hunts are offered under Montana License #34041, Patrick M. Tabor Jr. 26356 Soup Creek Road, Swan Lake, MT 59911 (406)-387-4405.

Group Discount Rates: 10% discount available for groups of 10+

Cancellation and Refund Policy: For all overnight trips, a 25% non-refundable and non-transferrable deposit for each participant is required to reserve a trip. For daily trips that are prepaid in advance, all amounts paid are non refundable within 48 hours of the activity. There are no refunds due to weather or fires or unforeseen changes in your travel schedule. We highly recommend the purchase of trip insurance!

2025 Hunting Season

Cancellation & Refund Policy: For all hunts, $1,000 per hunter is required to secure the reservation. A secondary deposit of $2,000 is required no later than March 1st the year of the hunt. Both deposits are non-refundable. The remaining balance is due June 1st. If you do not get drawn we will refund a deposit, but will not for any other reason. There are no refunds due to weather or not harvesting an animal. Since all of our hunts are free chase, there is a chance you may not see an animal during your hunt. If the thought of going home without of an animal is not palatable to you, do not book a hunt! Credit Cards accepted for initial deposit with no fee, all other subsequent payments can be made with a check or cash or a credit card. If you choose to pay with a credit card a 3% convenience fee will be added. Above prices do not include tags/licenses that are paid directly to the state of Montana, or a Hunter Defense Fund fee of $50 collected of all outfitted clients of Outfitter members of the Montana Outfitter & Guides Association for the purposes of defending nonresident hunting rights in the state of Montana. All hunts are offered under Montana License #34041, Patrick M. Tabor Jr. 26356 Soup Creek Road, Swan Lake, MT 59911 (406)-387-4405.

Group Discount Rates: 10% discount available for groups of 6+

Additional Fees and Discounts: One-on-one guide: $150 per day extra. Repeat Customer Discount: 10% off. For all trips, a 25% deposit is required upon booking, and is non-refundable. The remaining trip cost is due upon arrival. Credit Cards accepted for deposits with no fee, final payments can be made with a check or cash or a credit card plus a 3% convenience fee.

Cancellation and Refund Policy: For all overnight trips, a 25% non-refundable deposit for each participant is required to reserve a trip. For daily trips we request full payment at the time of reserving, all amounts paid are non refundable within 48 hours of the activity. Above prices do not include tags/licenses that are paid directly to the state of Montana. There are no refunds due to weather or fires or unforeseen changes in your travel schedule. We highly recommend the purchase of trip insurance! All fishing services are offered under Montana License #34041, Patrick M. Tabor 26356 Soup Creek Road, Swan Lake, MT 59911 (406)-387-4405

License Cost & Application Deadline

Non-resident fishing licenses require a $10 Conservation license as a prerequisite. 1-day license is available for $14, 5 consecutive days for $56 or full season for $100. When fishing for bull trout each angler must have in possession a valid Bull Trout Catch Card for the specific water he/she is fishing. Catch Cards are free of charge, but must be acquired by application. You can purchase a license online at fwp.mt.gov/hunting/licenses/nonresidents.

Fishing and Riding Combinations

Non-resident fishing licenses require a $10 Conservation license as a prerequisite. 2-day license are available for $25, 10-day for $56 or full season for $86. When fishing for bull trout each angler must have in possession a valid Bull Trout Catch Card for the specific water he/she is fishing. Catch Cards are free of charge, but must be acquired by application. You can purchase a license online at fwp.mt.gov/hunting/licenses/nonresidents.

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Cancellation and Refund Policy: For all overnight trips, a 25% non-refundable deposit for each participant is required to reserve a trip. For daily trips that are prepaid in advance, all amounts paid are non refundable within 48 hours of the activity.

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Montana Governor’s Moose Tag

Montana outfitters and guides association presents:, montana governor’s moose tag.

Auction to be held at the Big Hearts under the Big Sky Benefit Auction on January 13th, 2024. Online bidding is available. ___

Each year, the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission chooses one organization to auction off a Shiras Moose Tag. The winner of the auction is allowed to hunt anywhere in the state where there is an open moose season. For the 2024 hunting season, the Montana Outfitters and Guides Association (MOGA) was awarded the Governor’s Shiras Moose Tag.

This unique and once-in-a-lifetime moose hunting opportunity will be made available to the highest bidder during MOGA’s Big Hearts Under the Big Sky Benefit Auction , scheduled for January 13, 2024, in Helena, Montana.

How to Bid:

For more information on the opportunity to bid on the Shiras Moose tag. The live auction will be held during the Big Hearts Benefit Auction on January 13th, 2024 in Helena, MT. Online bidding will be available.

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Legislation authorizes the Fish & Wildlife Commission to provide for the auction of one moose license each year. This license authorizes the hunter to take an antlered bull moose in any open district of his/her choice. If this license holder is successful, the moose will not be counted against the district quota. License holders may hunt only in areas open to moose hunting.

In addition to the Montana Govenor’s Moose tag, we are pleased to announce a partnership with SITKA and Kenetrek Boots for a “hunter’s system” valued at $1,859 to the winner of the online/ in person auction that will be held on Saturday, January 13th at the Big Hearts Under the Big Sky banquet.  

THE FINE PRINT

12.3.803 – ISSUANCE AND USE OF A LICENSE SOLD BY AUCTION OR LOTTERY

  •  A license obtained through an auction or lottery may not be resold and may not be transferred except in accordance with this rule.
  • The highest bidder or lottery winner may designate one person to receive the license before issuance of the license by submitting a completed and signed affidavit provided by the department.
  • The department shall issue the appropriate hunting license to the highest bidder, lottery winner, or a designee: (a) after receipt of completed application; and (b) after verification that the applicant is legally able to be licensed.
  • A license sold by auction or lottery is valid for one animal of the species for which it is issued.
  • A license sold by auction or lottery may be used in legally described hunting districts during legal hunting seasons for the species for which the license is issued.

*** Hunting access needs to be legally obtained on private land.

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The fourth-largest state in the United States, Montana is a hunter’s and outdoorsman’s paradise. Covering 147,000 square miles, Montana is split into distinct eastern and western regions by the Continental Divide. Most of the major mountain ranges (there are at least 100) are in the west. About 60 percent of the state, most of the eastern section, is prairie, but there are a number of isolated peaks and ranges that interrupt the prairie landscape. Huntable species in Montana include black bears, mule deer, white-tailed deer, pronghorn antelope, Rocky Mountain elk, Shiras moose, mountain goats, mountain lions, bighorn sheep, turkeys, wolves, and bison. There is also excellent hunting for upland birds and waterfowl in most of the state. Montana’s wildlife is well managed, with excellent trophies of nearly every big-game species being taken in the state every year. Some of the largest bighorn sheep in the world come from Montana, especially the Missouri Breaks region; however, drawing odds are extremely low. Hunting in Montana is conducted on both public and private land, and permission is required to hunt on private land. Outfitters and guides must by licensed by the Department of Labor and Industry. To hunt in Montana, you need a general big-game or species license as well as, in some cases, a permit entitling you to hunt in a specific area or type of animal. A Conservation License is also required. Consult with your outfitter and be certain that he or she is able to either provide the needed licenses and tags or instruct you on how to purchase them. Many of Montana’s hunting opportunities are only available through a draw system, which requires planning ahead. In some cases, however, licenses are available for purchase over the counter or outfitters have tags available for nonresident hunters. Big-game animals must be properly tagged before the carcass is removed from the kill site or before the hunter leaves the kill site. Montana requires that all hunters and guides must wear a minimum of 400 square inches of hunter orange visible above the waist. The rule does not apply to archery hunters hunting during the archery-only season, but it does apply to bowhunters hunting during the general big-game firearm seasons. It’s crucial to familiarize yourself with Montana’s hunting regulations before you begin your hunt, even if you are hunting with an outfitter. Rules surrounding season dates and hunt area boundaries can be complex, and because rules often differ from species to species and region to region, be sure to read up on specific regulations for you particular hunt. Find information at Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks ( fwp.mt.gov ) and specific hunting regulations here: http://fwp.mt.gov/hunting/regulations/default.html .

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MONTANA HUNTING

Montana hunting trips for Elk, Deer, Bear, Mountain Lion, Moose, Bighorn Sheep, and Mountain Goat

Montana Hunting Trips

Montana Hunting Fishing Adventures is committed to providing our guests with memories that last a lifetime and with many lifetimes of hunting experience in this area to help in your pursuit of a trophy this will happen. We believe that a successful hunt is measured by the total experience. Our business is family owned and operated. Hunting exclusively in the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness and on over one million acres of the Bitterroot National Forest . We are licensed by the Montana Board of Outfitters and operate under a USFS special use permit under the direction of the Bitterroot National Forest. Our hunts are 100% fair chase, with no game fences or guaranteed kill situations. We offer rifle and archery hunts for Elk, Whitetail Deer, Mule Deer, Bear, Mountain Lion, Moose, Bighorn Sheep and Mountain Goat. We offer full-service combination hunts for the archery and rifle hunter, we are sure to have a hunting opportunity to suit your needs. Accommodations vary on different hunts from modern motel facilities, cabins or trailer and in some cases wall tent camps. Please ask for details on specific hunts. We believe that anything worth doing is worth doing well. Our guides are licensed and knowledgeable and will accompany you 100% on your hunt to ensure the best possible chance at success. Our Montana hunting guides are skilled and experienced woodsmen that know their trade. They will pack, dress, skin, and cape your trophy. They share our views and are committed to doing everything possible to make your hunt a success and an experience you will want to enjoy again and again. We like to get to know our guests. The time spent hunting together or at the dinner table is a great bonus to any hunt.

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James Mitchell MT Outfitter # 9961 (406)360-7238 870 Sleeping Child Road Hamilton, MT 59840 [email protected]

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Hunting reservation/cancellation policy.

Licenses not included in the price of the hunt. All hunts require a $1,000 deposit per person at the time of booking. Balance is due 30 days prior to your hunt date. Payable by cash, check money order or Credit Card. Deposit will be refunded if you fail to draw a license. All payments are nonrefundable after drawing.

"Trip Cancellation Insurance" recommended.

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MOOSE HUNTs

OUR TERRITORY HAS SOME OF THE HIGHEST DENSITIES OF MOOSE PER SQUARE KILOMETER IN THE PROVINCE.  MOOSE SIZES VARY FROM CAMP TO CAMP, WITH MATURE BULLS WEIGHING FROM 700 – 1200 POUNDS, WITH RACKS RANGING FROM 38 – 55 INCHES.

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OUR GUIDED MOOSE HUNT TERRITORIES

The territories encompass numerous pristine lakes, major river systems, and remote mountain wilderness, providing prime moose habitat. With our partner outfit, Skeena Mountain Outfitters , we have access to 1.5 million acres of combined hunting area. Hunts can be tailored for any age, ability and preference: early season spot and stalk, calling during the rut, or late season migration hunts.  They can take place from our comfortable lodge and using 4x4s, or from our remote camps using 4×4, Argo, and/or boat for a true wilderness adventure.

MEAT STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION

We are well equipped to take care of the meat you have harvested. If you have driven up you can take all your meat back with you. If you have flown it is usually not feasible to take all of your meat home with you, but you can take the best cuts back with you on the plane in a cooler as extra baggage. Any meat left with us will be donated to the Meat Donation Program of the Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia or to a local food bank.

We have a walk-in cooler to hang your meat until you are ready to head home or to take it to a local butcher to be processed.

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“ROUGHLY 1.4 MILLION ACRES OF COMBINED HUNTING AREA... that's 2 yosemite's...”

– canadian moose hunt pricing –.

Our large territory has a variety of habitat and some of the highest moose populations in British Columbia. We use our trails and old logging roads to access remote swamps and lakes in addition to mountain valleys favored by transiting moose. This combination of habitat makes for an affordable moose hunt for meat bulls in the medium-trophy class. We get the meat out cleanly and use our new walk-in chiller to to hang the meat to give you time to decide  whether to use a local butcher or transport the meat home in the back of your truck. Note, however, that moose meat must be deboned or processed by a butcher before you depart. ‍ All of our hunts offer mule deer, black bear and wolf hunts as an add-on using a trophy-fee basis. After a successful moose hunt clients can also hunt grouse  (upland bird license required) or obtain a non-resident angling license for self-guided fishing on a few of our lakes and world-class rivers. ‍ Hunt prices shown below are quoted in US dollars. Hunt prices do not include (quoted in Canadian dollars) your non-resident license ($189), moose tag ($262), wildlife conservation fee ($250), government harvest royalty ($125), and GST taxes (5% of hunt price), and gratuities for staff (15% is typical in the industry). All licenses, tags and fees must be paid well prior to your arrival in camp so we can obtain them for you before you arrive. Local meat processing is not included but we can make arrangements for you with some excellent local butchers. Transportation of your meat and racks home are also your responsibility.

Sept. 25th - Oct. 17th

7 hunting days plus your arrival and departure days

2:1 Price (price is per hunter, 2 hunters share a Guide; 1:1 hunts add $900)

(mule deer, black bear and wolf available as an add-on, on a trophy-fee basis)

Sept. 11th – Sept. 24th Early Season, Pre-Rut

7 full Hunting Days, plus your arrival and departure days

2:1 Pricing (price is per hunter, 2 hunters share 1 Guide; add $1,000 for 1:1 rate)

Oct. 18th – Nov. 15th Post-Rut & Late Season Migration

2:1 Pricing

‍ (price is per hunter, 2 hunters share 1 Guide; add $1,000 for the 1:1 rate)

Our Fly-In hunts are offered in conjunction with Skeena Mountain Outfitters Ltd. and include booked float plane flights into and out of a remote wilderness lake area where you will be spending all days of your guided Moose Hunt

Sept. 11th – Oct. 11th

Contact us for details so we can present you with a customized hunt package.

Fly-in hunts offer opportunities and experiences not available to lodge-based hunts due to the inaccessibility of the area and lack of hunting pressure. The sizes of the racks tend to average larger with occasional trophies being taken in the area

2:1 (hunters per guide) Pricing Available, tailored to total number of days, rut phase, and additional game pursued

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Tips to enjoy Montana's shed hunting as season ramps up

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BIG SKY — Deer, elk, and moose shed their antlers each year, and for many people in Montana trying to find them has become a spring tradition.

  • RELATED: FWP announces changes to antler shed hunting at Blackfoot-Clearwater WMA

MTN's Chet Layman takes a closer look at shed hunting, with some tips on where you can and cannot go this time of year. There is a hunting season going on right now, that requires no license or tag. But it does require the following of some key rules for where you can hunt.

“Every year deer, elk and moose — they shed their antlers early springtime or late winter, and we get to be the beneficiaries of that sometimes and get to find them,” said Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks spokesman Morgan Jacobsen.

“So shed antler hunting has been going on for a little while, but it’s about to ramp up a lot because the opening of our wildlife management areas is right around the corner,” Jacobsen continued.

Noon on May 15, 2024, is the opener for most Wildlife Management Areas across the state.

 The other big location rule is on state park lands. And that rule is easy. It’s never allowed to gather antler sheds from those lands — or anything else for that matter.

“If you find an antler, you can't take it with you if you are [in] a state park,” Jacobsen explained. “But if you're on a fishing access site or on a DNRC parcel, or on the national forest — places like that, picking up antler sheds is okay.

 This is one hunting season all ages can participate and enjoy. And for some it is a springtime tradition.

“I mean it. One time of the year — the tradition that come with springtime...and antlers are falling to the ground this time of year, so it’s just fun to be outside and experience that. Especially with your friends and your family. And taking a few steps to be prepared along the way makes for a good experience.”   The big preparation you need is bear spray as antler shed land is bear country for most of Montana.

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