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Montana Mountain Lion Hunting Guides and Outfitters


Cody Carrs Hunting Adventures Montana Big Game Hunting Outfitters Cody Carrs Hunting Adventures.
P.O. Box 671 , Plains, Montana
United States, 59859
406-826-7770
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Swan Mountain Outfitters Montana Big Game Hunting Outfitters Swan Mountain Outfitters.
26356 Soup Creek Road, Swan Lake, Montana
United States, 59911
406-387-4405
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Swan Mountain Outfitters, 10% Discount for parties of 4 or more! Swan Mountain Outfitters, Elk hunting in the Bob Marshall Wilderness Swan Mountain Outfitters, Guided Mountain Lion Hunts Swan Mountain Outfitters, Montana Whitetail Deer Hunting Swan Mountain Outfitters, Free Chase Black Bear Hunts Swan Mountain Outfitters, Mountain Lion Hunts Swan Mountain Outfitters, Guided Elk Hunts

Hidden Valley Outfitters Montana Elk Hunting and Mule Deer Hunting, Whitetail Deer Hunting, Antelope Hunting as well as Mountain Lion Hunting.
Box 444, Wibaux, Montana
United States, 59353
(406) 795-8286
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Mountain Lion Hunts

Hunting The Montana Mountain Lion
 
Experience the hunt of your life in Montana on a Mountain lion hunt. This will be the most exciting hunt you will ever go on. Raising and training mountain lion hounds in Montana has been a tradition for many years, and Montana hounds are some of the best big game hounds available. There is nothing like the thrill of coming up on the hounds with a big Mountain lion bayed up in the cliffs or in a tree.

Montana mountain snow is helpful for these hunts, and Montana hunters need to be somewhat on call for both Mountain lion and cougar hunts. Montana hounds do not need snow to follow a Mountain lion track, but it helps to identify the sex of a Mountain lion before turning the dogs loose.

In addition to providing Eastern hunts, many Montana guides prefer Western Montana Mountain Lion Hunts, which are conducted on the grounds of Montana’s national forests. Success rate on both cougar and Mountain lion hunts will be near 100%. Because Mountain lion hunting is a lot of walking, being in good physical condition is an absolute must. Licenses for Eastern Montana hunts are available over the counter, if purchased by August 15th.

They also offer guided cougar hunts in Western Montana and the Western Montana area by permit only. They can help you with the application process if you wish to hunt in Western Montana, a great Mountain lion area. 10% of the permits for such Montana hunts will go to nonresidents. Season dates for hunting Mountain Lions in Montana are from the first half of December to the middle of April.                                              

Rifle, handgun, or archery methods can be implemented – although archery isn’t as highly recommended for Mountain lions. Most shots at Mountain lions will be 30 yards or less, and most experienced guides will tell you that an open-sight lever gun, such as a .30-30, will work best, and many keep a 30-30 on hand at all times if you prefer to use our rifle.

So, what kind of gear is required of a sportsman when he chooses to pursue a great big Montana Mountain Lion? Recommendations vary by region and guide, of course, but a few basics they have in common include a sleeping bag, personal toiletries, a towel, good hunting clothing, air bob boots, binoculars, your best rifle or bow, a camera, a small survival kit, and a smaller back pack for day hunts.


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