Our rifle season runs for 5 weeks starting the end of October and running through the end of November.

This is a 5 day hunt. Arrival on Saturday, departure on Friday - all hunts begin on Sunday.

We take 6 to 8 hunters per week. We use one guide per 2 hunters (unless prior arrangements have been made).

We offer nothing but fair chase hunts. We do a lot of spotting, glassing and stalking.

Our mode of transportation is 4-wheel drive crew cabs and suburbans.

Our lease is well roaded, enabling us to put together a hunt for just about anyone, regardless of your age or physical condition.

Our area is a brow tine only (no spike bulls), the last week of the season is either sex.

Our resident elk herd is 350 to 600 head, we have a 75% to 80% kill ratio on bulls that are 5 points or better.


Archery season is often the most exciting time to hunt elk in the Big Sky Country. 

It opens in early September and runs through mid October, coinciding with the elk rut and bugling season.

In the past 2 years we have averaged 95% on shots under 30 yards.  So if your looking to put a little thrill in your life this hunt is for you!

We also offer whitetail hunts at this time of the year. All of our hunting is done by tree stands and blinds in the river bottom.

This is a 5 day elk/deer combination hunt, with 4 to 6 hunters per week, we use one guide per 2 hunters.



  • 50% (non-refundable) deposit due before license applications will be sent out
  • Remaining 50% due upon arrival
  • We accept Cash, Checks, Visa, MasterCard, Amex and Discover

  • Transportation (Saturday only) to & from airport in Helena, MT
  • Capping and skinning of your trophy

  • License fees
  • Meat processing or shipping
  • Guide gratuities
  • Lodging
  • Special transportation needs
  • Licensing

    In 2021 all non-resident hunting licenses will be sold through a drawing process. There will be 17,000 B-10 elk/deer combination licenses available.

    2021 hunting license changes

    Application start date March 1st open until April 1st

    Applications must be filled out online

    Mail - in applications are no longer accepted

    Drawing results will be available two weeks after the April 1st deadline

    FWP will no longer mail the licenses - you will need carcass tags to carry with you - so you must print them yourself or go to a license agent in Montana for copies

    If you are unsuccessful in drawing a license we will apply your deposit to the following year.

    Questions? Call us: (406) 547-2177