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Montana Elk Hunting

Antelope hunt/ Mule Deer Hunting

Montana has a six week archery season that opens the first or second Saturday in Sept. and closes in mid Oct. Eastern Mt. has long been known for the trophy quality of its whitetail and mule deer. The last few years it has also become known as home to some of the world's largest elk.


Hunts are conducted from tree stands or groundblinds over waterholes or trails between morning and evening feeding and bedding areas. Hunting techniques also include spotting and stalking along with occasionally bugling or cow calling bull elk. This hunt should be considered primarily for deer (whitetail or mule deer) with an excellent opportunity to take an elk.


Hunts will be conducted with a maximum of two hunters in camp per week. Hunting techniques are the same as Mill Iron with the difference being this should be considered primarily an elk hunt with an excellent opportunity at mule deer.

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Rifle Hunting

Mule Deer Hunting

Montana’s deer license is good for one deer and may be used on either a whitetail or a mule deer. It is a five week season that always closes the Sunday after Thanksgiving so it usually opens about the fourth Sunday in Oct. With a wide variety of habitat at each camp we will usually employ several different hunting methods each week. The hunting method for each day will vary depending on the time of year (pre-rut, rut, post rut), weather conditions, physical condition of the hunter as well as species being hunted. A typical day of hunting would be spent glassing agricultural areas from elevated points hoping to catch animals moving to and from feeding and bedding areas in the morning and evening. The remainder of the day is spent still hunting, spot and stalking, making organized drives, and rattling and calling. The length of the average shot will be from 150 to 250 yards with every attempt to find a solid rest. You should practice shooting prone, sitting, and kneeling while bracing your rifle on a solid object such as a rock, fence post, or tree. Recommended rifle size is .25 caliber up to whatever you feel comfortable shooting and should be sighted in 2” high at 100 yards.

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Antelope

Montana has a four week antelope season that opens two weeks prior to deer season and closes two weeks after deer season opens. Hunting for antelope is almost purely spot and stalk with an excellent chance of taking one of the most beautiful and exotic animals in North America. This hunt is perfect for a man/wife, father/son or daughter as it is not unusual to see over 100 antelope per day insuring nonstop action and hunting excitement.

The size animal you can expect to take would be:
Mule Deer: 22 to 27 inch spread, 4 or 5 points per side scoring 150 to 170 Boone & Crockett points
Whitetail: 17 to 20 inch spread, 4 or 5 points per side scoring 130 to 150 Boone & Crockett points
Antelope: horns 13 1/2 to 15 inches long scoring 72 to 78 points
Although our hunters see and take animals each year larger than the sizes listed above, these are what we feel confident you will have the opportunity to take.
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Special offers for 2016-17

BULL ELK - MONTANA HUNT - 2 hunters, 1 guide, 5 days, rifle or archery fully GUIDED hunting!
Reduced price only $2,000.00 each

$3,800 1x1 elk hunt

$1,600 (each hunter) 3x1 elk hunt

Booking and General Information

  • We require a 1/3 deposit when reservations are made. Deposits are nonrefundable. Balance of the price of hunt is to be paid 30 days prior to arrival.
  • The price of the hunt includes everything except license, transportation to and from camp, any gratuities you feel appropriate, and approximately a $60 cost to process your animal if you do not take it with you so the meat may be distributed to needy families.
  • Hunters should arrive the afternoon prior to the day their hunt begins and depart the morning after the last day.
  • All necessary services and equipment to insure your success including guide service, meals, lodging and trophy care of animals.
  • The only thing you are required to bring is your personal gear, shooting equipment, license and clothing.
  • Clothing will vary depending on the time of year and species hunted. For rifle hunts Montana law requires all hunters wear 400 square inches of blaze orange to be worn above the waist and visible from all angles. A soft mesh or orange camo vest is sufficient. All outer clothing needs to be of a soft quiet material.

About Us

We are second generation outfitters with two camps in operation in central and southeastern Montana to ensure our hunters the finest hunting that Montana has to offer. We lease the hunting rights on several private ranches as well as being the only permitted outfitter on about 60,000 acres of National Forest. Over the last few years we are very proud that our hunters have received several Montana Outfitters and Guides Association/SCI awards. We also have the distinction of being the only outfitter in the state to have recieved awards in each of the four major catagories, Mule deer, Whitetail, Antelope and Archery Elk as well as having recieved more youth awards than any other outfitter in the state. Our rifle hunters have had a 98% success rate on Antelope and 95% success rate on deer.

Hunts

We are able to provide personal service for quality animals by limiting the number of hunters to 4 or 5 per hunt at each camp. All hunts are fully guided and outfitted with 4 wheel drive being the method of transportation to and from the hunting area. Excellent accommodations are provided at each camp including hot showers and home cooked meals. (For a complete description of each camp please go to our Camps page) We have guided hunters ranging in age from 12 to 81 with excellent results, although the better your physical condition the more you will enjoy the hunt and increase your odds for success. You are only required to bring your personal gear, license, and shooting equipment. J&J Guide Service provides all necessary services and equipment to ensure your success, including guide service, meals, lodging, and trophy care of animals. We follow a strict code of ethics and expect our hunters to do the same as all hunts are conducted by the rules of fair chase.

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