Rifle Elk Hunts
plenty of native elk still in the area, just add a little weather
and see a mix of migratory elk from Yellowstone Park and the native
herd. Our area is set in a major migratory pattern for Park elk on
their way to winter range. This combination can make a rifle
hunters’ dream come true.
Some techniques we use during rifle season are spotting, stalking,
glassing, sitting meadows and heavily used areas.
Situated nine miles into the Lee Metcalf Wilderness Area, adjacent
to Yellowstone Park, MontanaElkHunting.com’obtains the only
over-night use permit in this area. Our camp is 7800 feet in
elevation, and we hunt up to 10,000 feet and as low as 6000 feet. We
limit a maximum of 6 hunters per week during rifle season and we
operate on a one on one hunter/guide ratio.
- 6 days
- 20,000 acres of private land
- 1 on 1
- Managed very successfully
- 6 point only rule applies
- very respectable success
- Meals, accommodations,
Sage Peak Outfitters is now offering a private ranch hunt in Montana. There are only 4 Archery and 4 Rifle spots available per year.
- Each hunter has the possibility to take up to 5 animals home:
- Elk, bull or cow
- Whitetail or Mule deer, buck
- Whitetail or Mule deer, doe
- Antelope, buck and doe
- 40,000 acres of ranch land as well as BLM land gives way to both prairie and mountain species.
- 1:1 Hunter:Guide ratio
- Cabin and meals provided
- 4x4 accessible areas.
- 6 days
All hunts include; in-field care of game, personal service,
General rifle season runs October and November.
Outfitter Sponsored (Guaranteed) elk tags and deer tags are
You will find very useful information on the pages of this
website, but we are happy to answer any questions you may have.
After browsing, we invite you contact us by filling out our
Request Form for elk hunts. Call 406-220-0755 for trophy mule deer
hunts and fishing trips.