Guided deer hunts are an option with Sage Peak Outfitters in Montana, including both white-tail and mule deer. You might question why someone would use an outfitter to go after game they could harvest in their back yard, but there are plenty of reasons to do so, even in this case, and very few reasons not to. Since why or why not is a moot point, we’re going to focus on the what and where.
White-tailed deer, which not surprisingly happen to be the most populous hoofed mammal in the country, are typically best found in the early morning and at dusk. Its larger-eared counterpart, the mule deer, though it frequents different areas, is active also around first light. If you’re reading this and taking notes, rest assured that you’ll be in the know on your hunt with Sage Peak. That’s one of the most rewarding elements of having a guide – the tips of the trade and outdoorsy information stay with you long after you return home. Chances are you’ll even apply some of them to your usual hunting.
The where is important for obvious reasons, but it’s also beneficial for another: the unforgettable scenery. Sage Peak is situated in Gallatin Gateway, Montana, just north of Yellowstone National Park. Our land is an authentic hunting ground, where you’ll feel right in your element and yet like you’re in a whole other world. Whichever sensation happens to be more prominent – not to worry, you’ll delight in both. In fact, these dynamics afford an attentive hunter who has confidence, so you’ll be able to draw from them for inspiration.
You need both attentiveness and confidence when it comes to guided deer hunts. Yes, even with an outfitter. After all, we don’t take the shot for you. At the same time, if you’re lacking in either of these, we can work on that, especially the confidence after you harvest that trophy buck.
Bring your questions and concerns about guided hunts to us and we’ll set you straight. Better yet, bring your buck fever to us, and we’ll give you the fix.