South East Montana Hunts
Our Southeast MT hunts are conducted on large, predominantly private ranches that have been managed for trophy quality as well as age class for many years now.  We do our best to leave the younger deer, and harvest the bucks that we feel are in their prime.  Most of these ranches hold both mule deer and whitetail and a Montana General Season tag is good for either species.  Our clients consistently harvest mule deer that range from 155 BC to 185 BC and we generally keep a 160+ BC average annually.  The whitetail range from 140 BC to 160+ BC.

Antelope hunts are conducted on these same ranches and are managed closely for quality as well.  Because this tag is more difficult to draw, we take less antelope hunters every fall, therefore harvesting very few on an annual basis.  This allows us to keep our quality high as long as Mother Nature is on the same page.  We consistently harvest antelope bucks in the 78 to 81 BC range every year, with potential for larger.

These hunts are all spot and stalk.  Meals, lodging and guides are included, as well as transportation during your hunt.  Gratuities are not included in the price.

5 day rifle: $5,100.00
5 day archery: $3,950.00
3 day rifle antelope: $2,300.00
Deer/antelopee combo: $6,900.00

5 day rifle: $4,850.00
5 day archery: $3,950.00
3 day rifle antelope: $2,300.00
Deer/antelopee combo: $6,000.00

Jordan, MT Hunts
These hunts take place on predominantly private ranches in east central Montana.  There has been no hunting on these ranches now for a couple of years and the quality and numbers are healthy.  The mule deer will be between 140 BC and 160 BC, whitetail will average from 130 BC to 145 BC. Accommodations for this hunt were built in 2016 and are extremely comfortable, and the home cooked meals are mouthwatering.

Antelope hunts are available on these ranches as well for both archery and rifle.  Archery hunts are conducted over water holes and tanks.  These antelope bucks will average between 74 BC and 79 BC.

These hunts are all spot and stalk from the archery antelope.  Meals, lodging and guides are included as well as transportation during the hunt.  Gratuities are not included in the price of the hunt.

4 day rifle deer hunt: $3,500.00
3 day rifle antelope: $2,100.00
4 day archery antelope hunt: $1,850.00

Although we reside in Jordan, MT, the bulk of our hunts take place around Broadus, in the southeast part of the state. This country is moderate in terrain with rolling hills and sage brush, along with creek bottoms and some scattered pine treesin a few areas. The closest airports are Rapid City, SD and Gillette, WY. They both offer car rentals for you to get to and from camp and are used by most major airlines.


Return Policy and Cancellation Policy
Returns and cancellations will be made upon these terms:
1) Death in the family.
2) Death of the client, (money will be returned to family).
Each case will be handled on an individual basis.

Terms, Conditions & Deadlines
In January of every year, the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will produce the necessary applications needed to obtain a non-resident license. The client can either download the application or we can send it out along with a contract for the upcoming hunt. The paperwork then needs to be sent back to us for review, along with the signed contract, a cashiers check made out to the state for the cost of the license, and deposit. The deposit can be in the form of a personal check or money order of some kind. We will then look over the application and forward it on to the state. Upon arrival for the hunt, the balance is due prior to the start of the hunt in the form of cash, cashiers check, or money order. Please, no personal checks for the balance

Please make note of the deadlines listed below. Deposits must be received and all forms must be filled out correctly and received by the State of Montana by those dates!!!

Deer & Elk: March 15th
Antelope: June 1st

Wounding Game
At any time during your hunt, if an animal is wounded and blood is drawn, that is your animal. Your remaining time may be spent trying to locate that animal, but you will not be allowed to harvest another animal to replace the one that was wounded. This is at the discretion of the guide and/or outfitter. This has never been an issue with our operation due to the fact that we always try to get our clients into the range that they feel comfortable with, but we all know that these things can happen to any of us. Obviously, this is not a form of punishment but more out of respect for the animal and to keep our deer herds healthy. Thank you for your understanding.