It's quite simply some of the best hunting in North America. With tens of thousands of acres of new land opening up to hunters, don't deprive yourself of one of the finest hunting experiences available. This is one of the few hunting places still open to all pocketbooks.
Whether you choose to camp at the White Buffalo Campground, enjoy the comfort of a motel room, Jacuzzi suite or Cowboy Cabin, you may go out with a professional guide or ask guidance from the helpful motel staff to find your own special hunting grounds.
If you're looking for monster bucks and bulls; mule deer, white tail, antelope or elk are all found here. Meat hunting abounds as well, with many options for licenses available through the Montana Dept. of Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
Upland game birds: pheasant, sharptail grouse, sage hens, Hungarian partridge and turkeys fill these hills, creeks and rivers. You'll find Canadian geese and ducks stopping throughout the season at the many reservoirs in the area.
Fishing can also be had: rainbow trout, various catfish, bluegill, northern pike and bass are in the many fishing holes around the county. You might take a day excursion to go paddlefishing. These ancient mysterious fish are almost a guaranteed catch. Growing to over 100 lbs., they sift through their microscopic lunch until snagged by your well-timed hook. 20 to 70 lb. fish are common.
If you are interested in experiences most modern people don't have, consider calling varmints like coyote, fox, bobcat or the illusive mountain lion. With local ranchers reporting increasing loss due to these predators, your chances at a shot have never been better.
Perhaps you're interested in the fine art of trapping. Take a vacation to study with a professional trapper. Or perhaps you'll find your way into a plane with professional predator control experts.
Whatever your hunting plans, they will not be complete without a stay in Broadus. A full service western burg known as "the Wavingest Town in the West!"