Montana Whitetail Hunt 10806
The northwest corner of Montana is home to a strong, extraordinarily healthy population of big-woods whitetail deer. The bucks here are brutes… heavy, and plentiful. Unlike we have witnessed in areas of Montana east of the Continental Divide, the whitetails here have seen no large population crashes due to disease or winter kill. In fact, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks biologists have said that the deer herd continues to grow here in the northwest part of the state. Whitetail deer hunting in this part of the state is all about doing it the old-fashioned way: no fences, no feeders, no high-tech box blinds. In the spirit of the old-school big-woods deer hunter, this Outfitter employ all methods including spot and stalk, still-hunting, tracking, stand hunting, calling, and rattling.
They believe a trophy is in the eyes of the beholder. In the end, they just want you to be proud of your hunt and proud of the animal you have taken. Whenever possible they like to concentrate on mature bucks that are at least 4-years old. A lot of bucks in the 130-150 B&C class, and each year bucks in the 170+ class are taken in this area.