Trophy Whitetail Deer Hunts
End of October through End of November
Northwest corner of Montana
- 270 mag
- 7mm mag
Here at Linehan Outfitting Company, we are passionate about our trophy whitetail deer and for good reason! This northwest corner of the state has a strong, extraordinarily healthy population of whitetail deer and the bucks are big, heavy, and numerous. Unlike other areas of the state east of the continental divide, there has been no large population crashes due to disease or winter kill. In fact, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks biologist have told us the herd continues to grow here in the northwest part of the state. Montana deer hunting in this part of the state is all about doing it the old fashioned way. To that end, we employ all methods of still hunting including spot and stalk, tracking, stand hunting, calling and rattling.
We believe a trophy is in the eyes of the beholder. And in the end, we just want you to be proud of yourself and proud of the animal you have taken. Whenever possible we like to concentrate on mature bucks that are at least 4 years old. We shoot a lot of bucks in the 130-150 B&C class and each year bucks in the 170 plus class are taken in this area.
We take out whitetail hunting seriously and scout twelve months are year. It’s important for us to keep track of what bucks survived the hunting season, what bucks survived the winter, where they’re feeding in the summer, and to find new animals that show promise for the future. All our whitetail guides are locals, have pounded this country for many years, and are well versed in the strategies we use each day to help you have success.
LOC deer hunting trips are based out of our operation here in the wild and remote Yaak Valley of northwest Montana. Our Yaak log cabins are first class in all respects from the flannel sheets to the gas grills on the porch. Each day your guide will pick you up at first light and drop you off after dark. Our Montana vacation rental homes are warm, comfortable, and have everything you need including all utensils, pots and pans, etc.
Our big game concession permitted by the Kootenai National Forest includes over 100 square miles of land. This area of the state is especially remote and the hunting pressure is minimal. Without exaggerating, generally we don’t see another hunter in the woods. That should give you a good idea on how big this country is and how little pressure the game experiences on a daily basis.
If you’re looking to hunt a trophy whitetail in big timber in some of the most spectacular and remote country by employing traditional methods of still hunting, this hunt is for you!