Powder River Outfitters owns or has leased access to over several hundred square miles of prime hunting in Southeastern Montana. Rolling hills are cut by brushy draws and meandering creeks. The highest ridges are covered by pines, but are readily accessible in a four-wheel vehicle.
Temperatures during the early hunting season will range from a high of 60° to a low of 25°. Early in November, we can expect snow and colder weather. While you plan for the fall weather, it is always wise to be prepared for colder weather.
Our camp is rustic, but comfortable. We furnish all the equipment, except personal effects, necessary to make your hunt successful and enjoyable. Our cabins are heated, with electric lights, and comfortable mattresses. Meals areprepared by a cook, and served family style. We furnish wholesome food and plenty of it- but we will be pleased to supply special food, if not too exotic.
Our camp is readily accessible. Commercial flights are available in Rapid City, South Dakota or Billings, Montana. Rental cars are available to complete your trip. Two major roads serve Broadus, Montana.
We care for your meat, trophy horns and capes as if they were our own. The client covers the cost of freight, taxidermy, and meat processing.
To hunt Montana remains a truly great hunting experience. As your outfitter and guide, every effort is made to assure you of a hunting experience of a lifetime. We personally guide each adventure to ensure a successful and memorable trip. Many of our clients are repeat guests and their satisfaction is our best advertisement. In over twenty years of outfitting, our hunter's success has been our greatest source of pride and we will gladly provide references.
LICENSES & SEASONS
Montana has a liberal game season. All booked clients need to obtain license applications. You can obtain these at the following address:
Montana Dept. of Fish, Wildlife and Parks
1420 E 6th Ave.
Helena, Montana 59620
Phone: (406) 444-2950
Non-resident hunters must apply for their deer licenses before the March 15th deadline. The non-resident hunter that books a hunt will be allowed to apply for the guaranteed deer combo (deer, fishing, bird) tag.
These tags are guaranteed but the price varies yearly based on demand. Non-resident hunters also have the option of buying guaranteed deer/elk combo tag. The deadline for the antelope license application is June 1 and these tags are on a draw basis.
License Number 1447
Broadus, MT 59317