Questions and answers

Where is the best whitetail deer hunting in Montana?

Where is the best whitetail deer hunting in Montana?

North West Montana has been producing some giant Whitetails and is a great spot to harvest a big Montana Whitetail.

Where does Realtree hunt on the Milk River?

Bill and Tyler Jordan bow hunt on the Milk River in Montana. It’s the first time they have hunted there together.

Where is Milk River Outfitters?

Northeastern Montana
As a general overview, Milk River Outfitters is a full service guide team in Northeastern Montana. We, at Milk River Outfitters, hold service as our most noteworthy mission. We offer 100% fair chase big game hunting for Whitetail Deer, Mule Deer, Rocky Mountain Elk, and Pronghorn Antelope.

Where is the best deer hunting in Montana?

That particular hunting district in the East Fork of the Bitterroot is known far and wide as one of the best places to hunt for large mule deer bucks in Montana.

Where are the most elk in Montana?

Most elk on public land live in national forests. West of a line from Billings to Gla- cier National Park, every national forest in Montana holds elk.

Does Montana have good deer hunting?

While Montana sets aside a few limited-entry units for deer, most of the state is managed to maximize hunter opportunity each fall. Montana’s general deer tags provide a great opportunity to harvest a mule deer or whitetail and provide plenty of time to get it done over generous season dates.

How big is the Milk River?

729 mi
The Milk River is a tributary of the Missouri River, 729 mi (1,173 km) long, in the U.S. state of Montana and the Canadian province of Alberta….Milk River (Alberta–Montana)

Milk River
Length 729 mi (1,173 km)
Basin size 23,800 sq mi (62,000 km2)
• location Nashua, Montana, 22.7 mi (36.5 km) from the mouth

How many moose are in Montana?

The state’s moose population is believed to be roughly 5,000, with the largest number spread across western Montana.

Can you shoot spike bulls in Montana?

A: For your Montana bow hunt, any elk is legal except for a “spike” bull. For your Montana rifle hunt, only a brow tined bull is legal, which is defined as a bull with a brow tine at least 4″ long on the bottom half of his main beam.

Why is it called the Milk River?

The river gets its name from this milky-looking water. The water of this river possesses a peculiar whiteness, being about the color of a cup of tea with the admixture of a tablespoon of milk. From the color of its water we called it the MILK RIVER….”

How deep is the Milk River?

150 m deep
It has its source in Montana, flows north into Canada and then south to join the Missouri River near Fort Peck, Montana. About 170 km of its total length of 1173 km is within Canada. In Alberta the river cuts a spectacular canyon, 150 m deep and over 1.5 km wide in places, straddling the Canada-US boundary.