Montana Doe Meat Hunt
2 Day Hunt for 2 Whitetail Does
Group, 3x1, or 2x1
Whitetail deer hunting in Montana is the best kept deer hunting secret in the west. There are excellent numbers of whitetail bucks inhabiting our whitetail deer hunting leases. What's really impressive is how many whitetail bucks per day have been spotted while whitetail hunting on these hunting ranches. Many whitetail deer hunters have seen 10 to 30 bucks in a day.
Montana Whitetails have a reputation for getting big. Antlers on mature bucks are often 16" to 22" or more in width and many have good tine length, mass, and scoring potential. The abundance of food produces large bodied northern bucks weighing up to 200 pounds or more.
The Budget and Trophy Whitetail hunters usually bag mature whitetail bucks with 16" to 22" or larger antlers.
Whitetails here are plentiful and bow hunting them during the dry September season over water holes and game trails leading into agricultural fields is very effective. Rifle hunting them during the November rut can also offer you a prime opportunity of bagging yourself a trophy class animal. Quality whitetails are more abundant in Montana than in most states, so it is possible to see several mature bucks in a day. Shots often range from 100 to 300 yards so sight rifles dead on at 200 yards.
Hunting Area & Methods
We operate exclusively on private property in Central and Eastern Montana. We currently have many thousands of acres of private ranch land leased to ensure quality hunting.
Hunting methods often include spot & stalk hunting, glassing and spotting open hillsides and brush pockets, or sitting and watching water holes and feeding areas. Lots of good hunting country has good vehicle access, so we can accommodate hunters of any physical condition.
The rifle hunting season is generally 5 weeks long, starting in late October and ending on the Sunday after Thanksgiving. There is always a couple weeks overlap of Deer and Antelope seasons, so combo hunts are available in late October and early November. Trophy hunters love the mid to late November rut hunts.
Archery hunting season opens September 6 to October 19. There are excellent locations for stands and blinds just waiting for you.
Motel “Town Hunts:” Stay in town near restaurants and shopping. Motels are only 5 to 10 miles from most hunt areas. Hunters pay for their choice of room and meals. Guide will pick up and return hunters to their room each day. Non-hunting guests staying in town are no charge. Budget about $50 per day for meals and shared room.
Base price is a Group Rate (more than 3 hunters). For 3x1 or 2x1 hunts, see Additional Costs.
Dale, Tara, and the team enjoy swapping stories and getting to know each hunter. Regardless of your physical ability or prior experience, they can provide the right hunt and accommodations for your needs and will work hard to provide the best experience possible.
More Pricing Information
You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.
$110.00 Per Person
$330.00 Per Person
$1045.00 Per Person Per Experience
Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.
- Experienced Local Guides
- Opportunity for Quality Meat
- Transportation to and from Hunt
- Access to Hunting Grounds
- Personal Gear
- Accommodation Arrangements
- Meal Arrangements
- Snacks + Drinks
Rules & Guidelines
Licenses & Hunter Education
Deer Tags are available as outfitter sponsored or general draw. Either way the cutoff date is March 15, so don't put off organizing your hunt! Hunter Education is required if you were born after Jan 1, 1985.
Taxidermy & Meat Processing
These services are not included, but are available locally for reasonable fees.
What’s Not Included:
Your personal gear, motel room, meals, meat processing, taxidermy, licenses, gratuities, and any other items not listed as being included.