Ekalaka, MT Hunting Camp
This is a premier hunting camp and is located near Ekalaka, a friendly western town in the southeast corner of Montana. Here we lease the hunting rights on nearly 150,000 acres including several private ranches consisting of over 68,000 acres with an additional 20,000 acres of adjoining BLM and State land. We are also the only permitted outfitter in portions of the Custer National Forest consisting of approximately 60,000 acres.
Hunting and Terrain
Hunting here is for whitetail, mule deer, antelope, elk, predators, upland birds, and turkey. The habitat in this part of the state consists of ponderosa pine timbered hills, grasslands, grain and alfalfa fields, and creek bottoms. It is not uncommon to see two, three, or even all four big game species feeding in the same field. Elevations vary from 3000' to 4200'. This camp is known for the excellent trophy quality of all species with our specialty being Mule Deer. This is a "general license" area for deer with elk and antelope being a limited draw area.
Visit the Photo Gallery to view animals that our hunters have taken from our Ekalaka camp.
Lodging and Meals
Accommodations include a spacious ranch house with all the amenities of home, including Wi-Fi and cell phone service. Hearty, healthy breakfasts and suppers are served family-style in the dining room each day with lunches typically eaten in the field.
Hunting Guides and Hunter Capacity
Depending on the time of year and/or group size, we lead hunts from Ekalaka with 2 - 4 guides and our home-style camp can accommodate up to 8 hunters. From this conveniently located camp just off of Highway 323 near town, we are able to treat our hunters to some of the best elk, mule deer, whitetail, antelope, turkey, and upland bird hunting this gorgeous region of Montana has to offer.
Hunting Species, Seasons, and Rates
To learn more about the game animals available and our hunt prices for our Ekalaka, Montana hunting adventures, please check out our Ekalaka camp's rates page.
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