We offer private land archery elk hunts on a limited basis.
The camp is an 8x28 camp trailer.
The terrain is hills and coulees with cedar and pine tree cover,
with developed seeps and springs for wallows and water. This hunt is
not as physical as most archery hunts and offers excellent opportunities and success.
We also offer top notch archery elk hunts on Public Lands in the
Missouri River Breaks and the Burnt Lodge Wilderness Area near Fort
Peck Lake. The Missouri River Breaks tend to produce some of the
biggest bulls in the state, offering superb Pope and Young
opportunities.We can hunt from a comfortable travel trailer base
camp using 4x4 trucks for transportation, or we offer a primitive
spike camp in a wilderness area. Spike camp meals are "do it
yourself" meals by the guide and hunter. Hunts can be from the base
camp or split between the spike camp and the base camp. Pack animals
are available to pack out game. Good physical conditioning can
enhance your opportunity of success in the spike camp. We seldom go
a day without seeing elk.Terrain varies from open scattered pines,
rough coulees to sharp steep draws. The elevation varies from
approximately 2000' at lake level to 3100' near the spike camp.
Archery Mule deer can be
hunted on private land from the ranch headquarters or hunted in
combination with elk or antelope on public lands. Our private land
lease offers hunting water holes, glassing from high
ridges and stalking in sharp coulees with good cover.
A short drive will take you to
private land for top notch Whitetail hunting. We mainly hunt
Whitetails on the Milk River and its tributaries. Hunting is done
primarily by tree stands on trails between bedding and feeding
areas. You can also combine this hunt with antelope.All archery
hunts can be combined with upland bird hunting or lake fishing by
boats. In most years an extra doe tag is available for purchase
over-the-counter for deer and antelope. Archery Whitetail, Mule
deer, and antelope can all be hunted from the ranch headquarters.
Antelope hunts are from the
ranch headquarters. You can walk out of the ranch yard and be
hunting in a few minutes. Hunting is done on private and public
lands. Methods of hunting are sitting at water holes, blinds,
stalking and using decoys. The terrain is rolling open sagebrush