Wolf permits are purchased over the counter and a hunter can legally harvest one wolf per license year.
For Up to date information on regulations and seasons check out Montana Dept. of Fish, Wildlife & Park
Everything you need for your stay in our mountain cabins will be provided except your bed roll, (we recommend a warm sleeping bag) and a duffel bag for your personal gear which should include a fluorescent orange hunting jacket or vest.
You will be hunting in some fairly rugged elk country at elevations of 7,000 to 8,000 feet and you should be in reasonably good health and condition to hunt this area properly.
The general season usually runs from the last week in October through the month of November when the snows and cool weather bring on ideal conditions for great elk hunting.
Spring is the best season to get a good bear with a full, heavy hide.
We conduct our hunts from permanent log cabin camps located on our family’s cattle ranch. We hunt under permit on Gallatin National Forest lands, located in the area of the Absaroka Mountain range, north of Yellowstone National Park.
As the weather during hunting season can vary from warm to below zero, you should choose your clothing accordingly to include a pair of warm, comfortable hiking boots to assure an enjoyable hunt.
Flying Diamond Guide Service, a member of the MONTANA OUTFITTERS AND GUIDES ASSOCIATION, is owned and operated by brothers Martin and Jack Davis with one or both being in camp for the duration of each hunt.
Our guides have many years of hunting experience and know the area well. We have a good line of well broke mountain horses used to pack into the camps and for the hunt, except when the weather or game conditions require hunting on foot.
This special season during September and October affords archers the unique experience of “bugling up” bull elk who come into rut in early fall and whose high pitched call provides an unforgettable experience.
For the hunt you will need your own rifle and ammunition. We recommend one in the 30.06 category, sighted in for at least 200 yards.
Booking must be completed by the 1st of February to not only insure you a chance at a license, but also insure the dates you would like to hunt. Applications for licenses must be in by early March. To book your hunt we require a one-half deposit which is non-refundable. The balance is due upon your arrival. The cost of the hunt does not include your non-resident hunting license.
There will be a drawing for a license to those non-residents who book with an outfitter. Hunting licenses are available through the Montana Dept. of Fish, Wildlife & Parks. Licenses can be difficult to obtain, but we will help you through the licensing process.
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