Montana is home to many big game species, including elk, deer, antelope, bighorn sheep, black bears, mule deer, and upland bird game.
Montana's public land hunting opportunities are some of the best in the country, covering millions of acres across the state. Public lands offer a chance to hunt in some of the most beautiful and pristine environments in the world, with access to a wide variety of game species.
For those who are new to hunting or want a more structured experience, guided hunts are available in Montana. Guided hunts provide hunters with access to prime hunting locations, experienced guides, and the necessary equipment. They offer a great opportunity to learn about the local wildlife and hunting traditions.
Before enjoying your hunt in Montana, you’ll need to make sure you have completed everything required. You’ll need to complete your Hunter or Bowhunter education before purchasing or applying for your Montana hunting license if you were born after 1/1/1985.
After completing your Hunter education, you will need a Conservation License, a Base Hunting License Fee ($10 for residents / $15 for non-residents), and a Carcass Tag and/or License for the species you want to hunt.
If you prefer Bowhunting, you’ll need a Bow and Arrow license ($10 for residents and non-residents) plus the proper hunting licenses.
At Montana Mountain Lion Adventures we strive to provide high quality and high success mountain lion hunts. MMLA provides an all inclusive hunt that hosts only a few clients each year in order to provide an unprecedented hunting experience for those clients. Lion hunting is our passion, hobby, and profession that have been combined to create a once in a lifetime experience for you.Learn More
Relax in our natural hotsprings. Each of our cabins and domes comes with a personal outdoor tub heated by the property’s natural spring water. Whether you’re looking for a weekend get-away with the family or a hunting trip with your buddies, Pipestone Village has accommodations for adventurers of all types.Learn More
Montana offers a variety of hunting opportunities for visitors. Elk, deer, antelope, bighorn sheep, black bears, and upland birds are among the most popular species to hunt in Montana.