Montana Hiking Guides
Montana has some fine hiking opportunities that are really going to test your abilities. For example, the Boulder Pass trail gives you access to some of the most beautiful and rugged terrain in Glacier Park. This trail is impassable early in the season because the of the large snow accumulations in between Boulder and Brown. The most strenuous way to tackle this trail is from west to east and the hike from Upper Kintla to Boulder climbs 3000 feet in just 6 miles. Be aware that most of the hikes in Montana are populated with grizzlies, so you should always be on the watch. For this reason, we always recommend that you go out with a Montana hiking guide. Click on the link below to contact the Montana hiking guides and specialists.
Montana Fishing Guides
The Missouri River is consistently the best place to fish in the Rocky Mountain West. The river produces well all year round, but the primetime is between May and October. A 142 lbs Paddlefish came out of this river back in 1972 and more recently a 32 lbs Smallmouth Buffalo in 1994. All record breaking fish.
Some exclusive fishing can be found in the Land of Giants. This area of water is only accessible by jet boat that must have a US Coast Guard at the helm. A select few Montana guides offer this service and although more expensive, it is worth every cent. The Blackfoot River in the Yellowstone Region should be on every serious anglers bucket list. It is populated with some great cutthroat, brown and rainbow trout. There are hundreds of other great locations to fish in the state, and one of the Montana fishing guides will be able to tell you their take on the hotspots.
Montana Hunting Guides
Bison, Black Bear, Deer, Elk, Mountain Lion, Turkey, Upland Game Birds and Waterfowl can all be hunted in the state. The rules related to Missouri hunting are complex and can be overwhelming to a non-resident. The Missouri hunting guide knows these rules by heart, so when you work with one you will not have to worry about breaking any of the laws.
The majority of elk hunting is done on public land, although the best experiences can be found on private land, especially towards the end of the season. This is because the drop in temperatures and snow drive the animals down into the valleys and into the farms and ranches.
Big Sky country has more hunters than any other state in the nation, and there are hundreds of professional Missouri hunting guides willing to help you enjoy the remote and stunning landscapes that make for prime hunting. For all Missouri's beauty, the terrain can be very unforgiving, so we never advise going out alone. Click on an outfitter below to have the hunting experience of a lifetime.