The last two weeks of November are perfect for hunters who want to hunt mule deer hunting in Montana. The late fall weather and snow usually push the deer out from the mountain valleys onto the front range, where they gather for the rut and then winter there. We hunt this time of year along the National Forest lands along the Rocky Mountain Front. We occassionally see elk along the front, but this is primarily a mule deer hunt. Weather is cold and there will be wind and snow. It can be a little rugged weather-wise, but the rougher it is the more deer there will be and this makes for some good hunting. We almost always see big horn sheep this time of year also, and for those fortunate few who get a sheep ram tag, we are 100% harvest of big horns.
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If you are fortunate to draw a big horn sheep hunting tag, we have some of the best late season sheep hunting in the country. This part of the Rocky Mountain Front is where the sheep join in their rut and also where they winter. Our sheep hunting success rates are nearly 100%