Our area is located in the Frank Church -River of No Return Wilderness, the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness, and The Chamberlain Basin, which consists of many acres of roadless country. Units 17, 20, and 20A.
Our Elk Season begins in September and runs through October. Deer season begins in September and runs through November. If we have deer tags available, you may have the option of purchashing a deer tag also.
We offer September Rifle hunts during the rut. We are allocated a certain amount of tags for September, and these hunts fill up fast!
Our October hunts are very promising as well. Many times Elk will still be bugling in early October, depending on the weather we have in September. If we have snow, it makes the elk move more frequently and are easier to spot. The fires in the last few years have burned many acres creating excellent habitat and creating great hunting opportunities. We find ourselves using spotting scopes more than ever before. This is some of the best spot and stalk hunting in the nation. It is not uncommon to see many trophy class elk/deer during your Hunt.
1on1 hunt: 1 guide is servicing 1 client
2on1 hunt: 1 guide is servicing 2 clients
Drop Camps: DIY hunting. We will pack you in and out. You must supply your food. No horses are left in camp.
Your guide is also responsible for packing out game that you harvest, especially during warm weather.
Camp locations vary from roadside base campsalong a remote road, to a 3-7 hour ride in on horseback to our pack in camps. Horses and mules are not always left in camp.
Wilderness hunts are physical and we will hunt you to the best of your ability.