For all rates, please contact Tracy Weyer at
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Private and/or Public hunting property; All lodging and meals; Capes and hides properly cared for; Vehicles provided for hunting. You are responsible for: Your license cost; Your personal gear; All transportation costs to hunting area (airfare, car rental etc); Taxidermy services; All meat processing. Tipping: Gratuities are not included and they are not required. However, you are strongly encouraged to tip your guides and your cook. We recommend $300 - $500 per hunter for your guide and $100-$200 per hunter for your cook. Their job is to take good care of you so we ask you to do the same.
We need to plan early, so all the details can be worked out so you will receive the dates you want. As soon as a deposit is paid I will send you a receipt for your deposit and confirm your hunting days. I will send you a license application and assist you with the license procedures. It is very difficult to put all our information about any hunt in a brochure. If you are interested or have any questions, please feel free to call us. We will enjoy talking with you about your hunts. All hunts require a 50% deposit prior to license application. Remaining deposit is due before the hunt transpires. Final payment must be paid in cash, certified check or traveler’s checks (sorry no credit cards). Deposits are non-refundable.
Refunds on deposits are only given if a license is not drawn, and there are no "over the counter", or "left over " licenses available to purchase. Either for the species you are hunting or a combination license containing the species you are hunting. Please keep in mind these "over the counter" or "left over" licenses may cost extra to purchase than your original application fee. EXAMPLE: You apply for the "Deer Combination License", you do not draw the license, but there are "Big Game Combination" licenses available to purchase over the counter, you are required to purchase this license, even if it is of higher price for the license.
Non-resident deer and elk license drawing due March 15th. Guaranteed archery antelope licenses. For Montana License Applications; Information; (406) 444-2950 Montana deer and elk licenses are sold out by MARCH 15 and antelope by JUNE 1. Deer and elk applications will be available about JANUARY 15 and antelope licenses about APRIL 15. Mountain Lion applications are due August 31. Mountain Lion Trophy licenses must be purchased after the mountain lion kill. Black Bear applications for spring season only are due April 14. Licenses may be purchased after April 14th but are valid only in the fall season. No bear license may be purchased after August 31. Hunters must show proof of having passed a black bear identification test before purchasing a license. Bow and Arrow License and Bowhunter Education. A bow and arrow license, plus the proper hunting license is required during: (1) the deer, elk, and/or antelope Archery Only Season; or (2) to archery hunt in an Arch-Equip only area or hunting district. To purchase a Montana bow and arrow license, a hunter must:* Provide a certificate of completing the National Bow hunter Education Foundation course, or* Provide any prior year bow hunting/archery stamp, tag, permit, or license from any state or province.