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Hidden Valley Outfitters
Tracy Weyer
Box 444
Wibaux, MT 59353
Ph 406-795-8286
           
Whitetail Deer hunts on private property bordering The Missouri River, The Little Missouri River, The Yellowstone River or tributaries of these rivers make for some great archery hunting for 120-170 class deer. Using tree stands and ground blinds creating the most shooting opportunities for hunters. Licenses are guaranteed and can be purchased on line at the North Dakota Game and Fish Department web site. Season is 4 months long, September- December. Mule Deer hunts are on private property in the "Famous Badlands of North Dakota" where President Teddy Roosevelt ranched in the late 1880s. These badlands create many opportunities for spot and stalk hunting for 140-180 class deer. Licenses can be purchased on line at the North Dakota Game and Fish web site, first come first served till March 1. 99% success for receiving a license. Season is 4 months long, September- December. Elk hunts take place on the Lewis and Clark National Forest Lands as well as some bordering private ranches. The terrain varies from rolling hills, grasslands, creek bottoms to heavy timbered mountains with semi open parks. Hunting is done with the aid of 4×4 trucks, 4 wheelers and hiking. Archery elk season is in September with heavy timber, good populations of elk and the rut, high opportunities and success are available. Here is a western big game hunt that everyone must do at least once. The early October weather offers lots of fun and action at an affordable price. The country we hunt in Eastern Montana produces some of the largest horned antelope in the state. The average is just over 13 inches and bucks 15 and even over 16 inches have been taken every year. You will often see 50 to 100 antelope daily and success rate runs 97%-100% on these hunts.
Deer*Antelope*Turkey
Coyote Creek Outfitters
Kevin Swanke
PO Box 15
Marmarth, ND 58643
Ph
701-279-5890
            
 
Coyote Creek Outfitters invites you to come and see the beautiful Badlands of Southwest North Dakota and have a great chance at a trophy class Mule Deer, Whitetail or Pronghorn Antelope. As the owner of Coyote Creek Outfitters, I grew up in North Dakota on the same land that most of the hunting will take place on. I have 30 plus years of hunting experience with a lot of trophy deer and antelope to show for it. We outfit on well over 12,000 acres of private land, most of which has been for the most part closed to rifle hunting since 1992. We take pride in managing the deer herd in order to grow trophy bucks. There is over 5 miles of Little Missouri River Bottoms with our outfitted land. This is where most of the mule deer hunting and some of the whitetail hunting take place. There are planted wildlife plots along with many hundreds of acres of Alfalfa field's for plenty of feed for the deer and antelope. The antelope are out in more open ground consisting of big grain fields, rolling hills and large alfalfa fields. We use tree stands, ground blinds and spot and stalk methods to take the trophy animals. We limit ourselves to 10 deer and 10 antelope archery hunts per year. This keeps plenty of breeding stock to assure us trophy animals year after year.
Mule Deer*
Whitetail Deer
Deep Creek Adventures
Bill & Pam Jorgenson
H.C. 3 Box 82
Watford City, ND 58854
Ph 701-759-3460
        
Deep Creek Adventures is nestled within view of the Killdeer Mountains and along the north side of the Little Missouri River in the rugged Badlands. The unique terrain has Cedar, Oak and Ash trees in the higher elevations, with Cottonwood and Willow growing near the river bottoms. The closest full-service towns are Watford City and Killdeer, both are about 35 miles away. The hunting fees are based on a six-day hunt. During orientation you will be shown to your cabin and given a tour of the Bar U Ranch where you will find numerous places to stalk or hunt from your tree stand. This is a self-guided bow hunt. The North Dakota Deer Bowhunting season starts the first week of September (it can be warm) and runs until December 31 (it can be downright cold). You can use your  All-Terrain Vehicle to retrieve your game only. (N.D. state law). There wil be approximately 750 Non-Resident Deer tags available starting March 1, 2002 They go fast, so book early! The Whitetail bowtags are unlimited in numbers and are available anytime. (limited to one per person)  You will hunt from the Bar U ranch, a working cattle ranch. All three of our rustic cabins offer breathtaking scenery. Our newest cabin has three bedrooms and will accommodate 6 to 8 hunters. Our other two cabins will accommodate 2 to 4 hunters. Amenities include bathrooms with hot/cold running water, showers and electric heat. The cabins all have a refrigerator, microwave, electric hot plate, crook pot coffee makers and a gas grill on the deck. For trophy-sized buck production we've had very limited hunting at Deep Creek Adventures in recent years.
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