Antelope Hunting in Montana

Antelope hunting – The season for Montana antelope hunting (gun) is early October and November. Hunting on private ranches around the local area, we use four wheel drives to spot the herds, stopping to glass the animals to size them. You can expect to see several 14 to 15 inch bucks or better most days of your hunt. Through careful evaluation we can then determine the best way to stalk the herd. The average shot is around 200 yards.

A chance for a 15 inch plus animal is not uncommon. Most Pronghorns have heavy, thick horns and large prongs make them excellent trophies. Our hunts are normally 100% successful as Antelope are plentiful in our area.

All food, an excellent full time cook, guides, stock, tack, and lodging are furnished. You will need to furnish your motel rooms before and after your hunt, rifle, personal gear, meat processing, and taxidermy costs. There are meat processors and taxidermists locally that will take care of your processing, shipping, and taxidermy needs. We will prepare all hides, heads, and capes for your taxidermist if you prefer.

**Licenses are $250.00 and must be applied for before June 1st

Current as of: 12/5/2019

  • Oct 9th to 14th, 2020
  • Oct 16th to 21st, 2020
  • Oct 8th to 13th, 2021
  • Oct 15th to 20th, 2021

These hunts are sold first deposit has first choice of openings. A 25% deposit is required to book a hunt with another 25% due along with the submittal of your license application, balance due at time of hunt. Deposits will be refunded if you are unable to obtain your license otherwise deposits are non refundable.

Elk/deer combo rifle hunters booking a hunt in either of the first 2 elk/deer combo hunts will have the option of also hunting  antelope for an additional $500.00 plus the price of the license, $230.00 which must be submitted by June 1.