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When Hunting in Montana, why not chose one of Montana’s best Hunting Outfitters?

Hidden Valley

Specializing in Mule Deer, Whitetail Deer, Elk, Antelope, Turkey, Upland Birds, Varmints, Black Bear and Mountain Lion. Hunts for the rifleman, muzzleloader and archery enthusiast, hunts are located in Eastern Montana and Western North Dakota, our fair chase hunts take place on private property in Montana and North Dakota as well as the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest in central Montana.

Hidden Valley

Rifle Mule Deer Hunts

Our Mule Deer hunts take place on very large private ranches. The terrain varies from dry, rolling grasslands up to rough canyons with cuts and pockets of brush and trees. There are also open fields of grain and meadows of hay that lead up to patchy and heavy pine and cedar trees providing cover for the deer during hot Fall afternoons. On this hunt you will often see 20 to 50 deer daily. Success rate is over 95% with the outside spread on the antlers between 20-28 inches with 22-26 being about average.

Rifle Whitetail Hunts

Our Whitetail deer hunts take place on some of Eastern Montana’s finest whitetail country. The land is characterized by river bottoms with large hay and grain fields leading up to dry, rough, rolling grasslands with broken patches of trees and brush spread throughout the hills. We hunt such rivers as the Yellowstone River, Milk River, Tongue River, Powder River, Missouri River, Little Missouri River and Musselshell River. The best time to hunt our big bucks is during the November rut. Thus enabling us to use our binoculars to locate your buck and then stalking to within range or jumping the deer from a bedded area. Success is high for bucks with 16-22 inch outside spreads, scoring 120-160 B.C. points. This hunt is a great chance to get that trophy whitetail of a lifetime

Trophy Deer Hunts

In addition to the antelope, mule deer and whitetail hunts offered by Hidden Valley Outfitters on over 150,000 acres of private property, we will also offer a very limited number of TROPHY EXCLUSIVE HUNTS. These hunts take place on ranches that allow no other hunting and are managed for BIG deer only. Whitetails will be in the 150″-185″ class and mule deer in the 160″-205″ class. Limited Hunters. If your trophy room is in need of something a little more than average, take a look at these hunts. Each ranch offers something different, so look them over close and get in contact with us for availability and rates. Again, we take a very limited number of clients on these ranches, so do not hesitate to book early, they will go quickly.

Rifle Deer and Antelope Combination Hunts

This is a great first time hunt with lots of action and high success for both species. This hunt is very similar to our Mule Deer and Antelope hunts except we combine the two together for a very affordable hunt. This is your opportunity to take two North American Big Game animals in one trip. Our success rate runs 95-100% on deer between 18 to 24 inches and antelope 12 to 14 inches.

Archery Pronghorn Antelope Hunts

A true western classic! This is an excellent hunt for the bow hunter of all ages to take part in.  During archery season we do most of the hunting from ground blinds placed at waterholes.  The shot distances will be 35-60 yards.  We do decoying and stalking to bring the mature herd bucks in close enough for a good shot. Often during the rut a buck will come to within 10 yards or even attempt to run you and the decoy over. This can be one of the most exciting and unforgettable hunts you will ever encounter.

Rifle Pronghorn Antelope Hunts

Here is a western big game hunt that everyone must do at least once. The early October weather offers lots of fun and action at an affordable price. The country we hunt in Eastern Montana produces some of the largest horned antelope in the state. The average is just over 13 inches and bucks 15 and even over 16 inches have been taken every year. You will often see 50 to 100 antelope daily and success rate runs 97%-100% on these hunts.

Rifle Elk Hunts or Archery Elk hunts

Elk hunts take place on the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest Lands as well as some bordering private ranches. The terrain varies from rolling hills, grasslands, creek bottoms to heavy timbered mountains with semi open parks. Hunting is done with the aid of 4×4 trucks, ATV’s and hiking. Archery elk season is in September with heavy timber, good populations of elk and the rut, high opportunities and success are available. We use tree stands along agricultural fields and trails the bulls are using during the rut with good opportunities.  Rifle elk season is the last week of October and all of November. Bulls range from 5×5,to 6x6s in the 260-350 class.

Lodging

The hunting camps vary from wall tents, to camper trailers, to cabins to our home base lodge in some of the best-known deer country in Montana, the Powder River Breaks, the Milk River, and the Yellowstone River drainages.

Pricing

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Rates include: Private and/or Public hunting property; All lodging and meals; Capes and hides properly cared for; Vehicles provided for hunting.

Not Included: 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.

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