4-Day 2x1 Guaranteed Whitetail - $4950
Our guaranteed whitetail deer hunt is a great choice for whitetail deer hunters. The guarantee is simple, if you don't get a shot opportunity at a 4x4 or better buck you can hunt again for half price.
3-Day Guided 2x1 Whitetail - $3950
This Whitetail Hunt is not guaranteed but shot opprtunity on 4x4 or better bucks has been 100% for several years. These whitetail hunts include guiding, transportation during the hunt, and game care.
2-Day Guaranteed Meat Hunt - $1250
This is a guaranteed meat hunt for a doe deer. The guarantee is simple, if you don't get a shot opportunity you can hunt again for half porice. These whitetail doe hunts include guide, transportation during the hunt, and game care.
Shot opportunity has been 100% for many years on these Montana whitetail deer hunts. Rifle hunters should sight rifles dead on at 200 yards, most shots will range from 50 to 250 yards. Archers should practice from 10 yards to 50 yards depending on ability and gear.
Whitetail Trophy Quality
Racks on most mature whitetail bucks will range from 15" to 20+" wide. We limit the number of whitetail bucks taken each year, our goal is for all hunters to take a mature 4x4 or larger whitetil buck.
Whitetail Hunting Areas
We operate exclusively on private property in Central and Eastern Montana near Lewistown and Forsyth. We have several thousand acres of private Montana ranch land leased.
Whitetail Hunting Methods
Hunting methods often include glassing and spotting hillsides and brush pockets and then stalking or hunting in stands and blinds at water holes, game trails, or feeding areas. The ranches have good vehicle access, so we can accommodate hunters of any physical condition. Hunts available for archery, muzzleloader, pistol, or rifle.
Montana Whitetail Hunting Season
The rifle whitetail hunting season is 5 weeks long, starting in late October and ending on the Sunday after Thanksgiving. Seasons for Deer and Antelope overlap in late October and early November. Archery season is open September 6 to October 19.
There is good hunting all the way through the deer season. The first two weeks of season are popular for whitetail deer and antelope combo hunts. Whitetail hunters who want to experience a rut hunt usually schedule a rut hunt in mid to late November.
Temperature and Weather
September and October may frost at night, but days often warm up to 40 to 80 degrees. Late October and November temps often range from 0 to 50 degrees and snow is possible. Check current weather forecasts on the Montana Home Page before leaving for your hunt.
What's Not Included
Your personal gear, motel room, meals, meat processing, taxidermy, licenses, gratuities, and any other items not listed as being included.
Licenses and Hunter Ed
Deer Tags are available by draw, the application deadline is March 15, odds are high of drawing, most applicants are drawn. More information is available on the Details page. Hunter Education is required if you were born after Jan 1, 1985. Bowhunters must have proof of bow hunter education or a previous archery license from another state in order to purchase a bow hunting permit.
Montana General Draw Deer Tag...$570.00
Montana Antlerless Deer Tag..........$ 75.00
Montana Either-Sex Antelope Tag..$205.00
Montana Antlerless Antelope Tag....$ 50.00
Montana Bow and Arrow Permit......$ 10.00
March 15 - Buck Deer License Deadline
June 1 - Antelope & Antlerless Application Deadline
Aug 10 - Purchase Remaining Antlerless Licenses
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks http://fwp.mt.gov/
Montana Licenses https://app.mt.gov/elicensesales/
Motel (Town Hunts): Motels are a short drive from most hunt areas and close to restaurants and shopping. Hunters pay for their choice of room and meals. Guides pick up and return hunters to their room each day. Budget $75-$125 per day for meals and room.
Taxidermy and Meat Processing
Both services are available locally for a fee or you can transport your animal home. Local meat processing is usually done in a day or two.
Contact Bearpaw Today
Call Dale or Tara at (509) 684-6294 to ask questions or book a hunt. Use the Hunt Application to send a deposit by postal mail. Be sure to sign up for the Wild Update Newsletter so you receive updated hunt information and reminders of licensing deadlines.
We look forward to meeting and hunting with you,
Dale, Tara, & The Staff