Montana Whitetail/Muley Help
Last Post 25 Oct 2009 09:18 PM by Fossil. 3 Replies.
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hunterc
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03 Oct 2007 07:30 PM  
I have a montana deer/elk combo tag that I am hoping to use by the end of the season.  I had a great Montana hunt in early September, but failed to take a trophy.  Unfortunately, I can't afford to go back out with an outfitter.  Please let me know if anyone knows a farmer/rancher/landowner who might be willing to let me hunt their place for a small fee.  Thanks.
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03 Oct 2007 08:10 PM  
Check out any national forests or public lands too.
Even on the hottest or coldest days, deer still eat, fish still swim, so why not go and get 'em.
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05 Oct 2007 03:13 PM  
Check out all the public land down by Gardiner. We went out with an outfitter once and have been going out solo since hunting a lot of the public land down between Emigrant and Gardiner. We always fill our combo tags and usually have a couple 360+ six bys to talk about. I look forward to it when we head out about every three years. Great spots you can pick up a topo map from DNR there that show the public spots and when you hit it usually the last week of OCT to the first week of NOV it is awesome.
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25 Oct 2009 09:18 PM  
Musselshell county too,lots of ranchers would let you hunt for a small fee.......................Full of Elk,Mule deer and whitetail,some great turkey and pronghorn hunting too.
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