Montana Antelope, Black Bear, Elk, Mountain Lion, Mule Deer, and Turkey Hunts
We believe we have some of the best Elk hunting in Montana. The area we hunt is unit #361 which consists of over 100 square miles which we are the only licensed outfitter. 16 miles of this magnificent property borders Yellowstone National Park. High success rates, lots of game, beautiful country and a experienced staff has made us a dream destination for hunters over the years. Whether its September archery rut hunts or November rifle hunts your sure to have lots of action to make this a memorable hunt for you. We take a maximum of 6 hunters per week and all hunts are 2 on 1 guided, unless 1 on 1 is requested ( $500 additional charge).
The main camp is a horseback/pack-in camp located in a roadless mountain range. Unlike some wilderness hunts that take 8-10 hours of riding it only takes 2.5 hours to base camp. Black Bear and Mule Deer are also abundant and can be hunted at the same time of your Elk hunt. Our camps are comfortable with wall tents. The hunters tent has cots, with wood burning stoves and propane heaters. Our large cook tent is the center of our high country operation. We serve 2 full meals a day, breakfast and dinner and provide a sack lunch. There is always lots of hunting tales to be told and plenty of hot coffee in the evening by the fire.
Our guides are experienced hunters and horseman. Our trail horses are conditioned to the trails and are very gentle. We will make every effort to make all our hunters comfortable and the hunt memorable!
Working in conjunction with Sheep Creek Outfitters.
262 John Kay Road
Taylorsville, Ga 30178
Outfitter License # 5373
Offering guided hunts in Montana on Gallatin National Forest Lands under Sheep Creek Outfitters special use permit.
Gallitan National Forest Property:
Meals and Lodging included
Large Percentage of Color Phase Bears
Must be in Good Physical shape and be able to ride horseback
Over 100,000 Acres of Hunting Ground
Only Outfitter allowed on Property
License Not Included – March 15th deadline draw
What to Bring
For license applications, deadlines, and all other info feel free to contact the Montana Fish and Wildlife division at 406-444-2535 or www.fwp.mt.gov.