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He's an outdoorsman and wouldn't be out of his element but I still want to plan a nice suprise trip. I've found several outdoor adventure sites that claim to be the best; plan on calling each one to get all of the details and then make an informed decision but any suggestions, reviews, cautions from the TA community would greatly assist me. I think you may have to find another forum as most posters are folks who travel to or live in Montana to watch wild life rather than hunt it.
I could be wrong Goggle Montana hunting forum. Actually most Montanans I know even in the cities hunt -- typically deer, antelope and elk for the meat -- but they do not use outfitters. Still, they might have some idea of reputable versus non-reputable outfitters in their area. Check the Montana FWP website for out-of-state licensing.
- The Last Boy on Earth (Inspired Books).
- Big Game Hunting In Montana with Swan Mountain Outfitters.
- Spirits and Thought Forms: Tales from Prosperity Glades.
OK, since you asked for cautions, the one I'll voice is to make the surprise gift to NOT include the actual payment and committment to the trip so that your husband can have some say in the final outcome. That way, whatever goes awry, the blame won't land on you Fly in and out of Kalispell FCA. I'm sure that if she had asked where to view wild life in Montana, she would have had many answers and quickly. And I might add, I know alot of Montanians and most do not hunt. It would be interesting to find statistics that would answer that question. From a Sept article in the Billings Gazzette- there are , hunters in the state of Montana.
Hunting is just a normal activity in Montana. Growing up, we rarely ate chicken or beef because my dad and most of my friends dads hunted and fished. The right of Montanans to hunt game animals has been taken all the way to the Supreme Court of the US.
Montana on map
Here's a long thread about how to find a place to hunt in Montana: www. Guides and outfitters are licensed and as a general rule are people who have been working in that industry for quite awhile and are reputable. Does your husband dream of mountains or plains? Start by picking an area of the state with terrain that fits the imagination, and drill down into the website for possible outfitters that would suit in that region. Go to the Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks page to find out details about hunting and fishing seasons, relevant dates, and how to get licensed.
Outfitters will know a lot about that, but it would be good to do a little reading. I personally would go in October over November for big game, and would go on one of the large ranches in eastern Montana. Montana hunting does not involve sitting in tree stands, but walking draws and ridges.
It is harder to do in the mountains.