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Directory of 17 Montana Bear hunting lodges, guides and outfitters in Montana.

Alaska Wilderness Enterprises
7445 Chena Hotsprings Rd, Fairbanks, Montana 99712
Phone: (907) 488-7517

Our Grizzly hunts take place in the Alaska Range south of Fairbanks. This area of the Alaska Range, with its heavy willow draws and large open meadows, provides ideal habitat for some of the best grizzly hunting in Alaska. Glacier Bear Hunts take place in Southeast Alaska in one of the most game rich areas of the state. Its magnificent spruce forests, glacier fed fiords, crystal lakes, fresh water streams that boast Salmon runs numbering in the thousands with wide beaches giving way to the Gulf of Alaska. Our Black & Brown Bear hunts take place north of Fairbanks in one of the most pristine wilderness areas left in North America. Our exclusive use area of 4.3 million acres combined with excellent bear habitat provide you with the finest Black Bear hunting in North America.

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Big Salmon Outfitters
155 31st Street N, Havre, Montana 59501
Phone: (406) 644-2557

When the leaves start to rustle, the nights get frosty and the elk begin to bugle, we turn our full attention to hunting. Our main hunting camp is on the Big Salmon River, in the heart of the Bob Marshall Wilderness, 24 miles from the end of the road. Area 150 is one of the few to allow rifle hunting for elk during the peak of the rut. We also offer hunting for Mule Deer, Black Bear, Mountain Goat, and Mountain Lion.

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Black Mountain Outfitters
P.O. BOX 117, Emigrant, Montana 59027
Phone: (406) 222-7455

We hunt spring season fair chase spot and stalk on private ranches for the gorgeous color-phased black bear, ranging from shiny black fading to brown or cinnamon shading to blonde.

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Cody Carr's Hunting Adventures
66 Swamp Creek road, Plains, Montana 59859
Cell: (406) 360-8106, Lodge: (406) 826-7770

Our spring bear hunts start April 15th and ends June 15th. We truly have the best bear hunting in the state of Montana. With every variation of color-phase black bears (brown, cinnamon, chocolate, brown, blonde and red) it is a great opportunity to harvest a truly amazing black bear. We take pride in harvesting older age class bears that are true trophies. Our method of hunting is glassing clear cuts, south facing slopes, clover covered logging roads that are gated, and calling. Our fall bear hunts start in September and run through November. Early in the fall season the black bears are filling their bellies on the last remaining berry crop in preparation of the upcoming hibernation they will soon be faced with.

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Hole in the Wall Ranch
5255 Fish Creek Rd, Alberton, Montana 59820
Phone: (406) 239-2882

We offer Spring Bear hunts for Black Bear of every color phase from the Lodge in both Montana and Idaho. In Montana, our hunting method is spot and stalk in the beginning of May to the middle of May. In Idaho, we hunt over baits and attract the bear in. Both hunts add up for some great memories.

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K Lazy Three Outfitters
PO Box 144, Fallon, Montana 59326
Phone: (406) 486-5007

Montana Wilderness Black Bear Hunt: Our tent camp for the spring black bear hunt is in the Scapegoat Wilderness area 14 miles from the Indian Meadows trail head, which is 60 miles northwest of Helena. Our spring black bear hunt is conducted in area 280 during the second week of June.

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Lazy J Bar O Outfitters
P.O. Box 1753, Big Timber, Montana 59011
Phone: (406) 932-5687

Montana is the destination for spot-and-stalk spring bear hunts in the lower 48. And the area near our headquarters in Big Timber is home to a healthy population of big bears. No sitting in stands. No baiting. This is true mountain hunting for spring black bears.

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Lost Creek Outfitters
P.O. Box 2192, Livingston, Montana 59047
Phone: (406) 223-5055

Montana Black Bear Hunts Lost Creek Outfitters and Guide Services. No matter what time of the year it is Lost Creek Outfitters has a Bear hunting opportunity for you. We offer Spring, Archery and Fall hunts for Black Bear. In Montana there is no use of bate or dogs. Our qualified guides will provide you with the 100% fair chase hunt of a lifetime.

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Montana Big Game Pursuits
PO Box 42, Dayton, Montana 59914
Phone: (406) 531-1222

Spring Bear Fair chase spot & stalk hunts conducted the month of May with high percentage of color phase.

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Montana High Country Tours
7501 Pioneer Mtn. Rd., Polaris, Montana 59746
Phone: (406) 834-3469

SPRING BEAR HUNT Bears are very active in the spring as they emerge from their winter nap and set out to replace body fat lost during hibernation. New growth grass and winter killed elk and deer are high on the menu. The spring bear hunt runs from mid April to mid June and can be hunted with either a bow or rifle. Remember your bear license must be purchased before opening day of the bear season. You will want to bring your varmint gun and plenty of ammo along on this hunt

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Montana Hunting & Fishing Adventures
870 Sleeping Child Road, Hamilton, Montana 59840
Phone: (406) 306-7238

Spring bear hunts are run April 15th through June 15th. Fall Bear can be hunted in combination with our elk and deer hunts Sept. through Nov. These hunts are fair chase, spot and stalk. Our spring bear hunts run eight nights and seven days. Transportation to hunting areas are 4-wheel drive vehicles or horses,but most of the hunting will be on foot. License must be obtained by April 14th for the spring season. The units we hunt are 204, 240, 250, 260, 261 and 270 On the Bitterroot National Forest and in the Selway Bitterroot Wilderness.

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Montana Sporting Club
Belt, Montana 59412
Phone: (800) 605-8046

When game gets big, adrenaline transforms the entire experience and your skill as a hunter. Our area is home to some of the best black bear hunting in Montana. You can hunt in spring and fall. Montana bear hunting is pure fair chase, no baiting or use of dogs–in fact we can’t even use scents. Spring bear season starts April 15th in and runs until May 15th. There are a good number of bear in our area. Since our winters are sometimes long, and the snowmelt is late, we encourage you come as late in the spring as possible. This provides more areas to access and hunt. Larger bear emerge later in the spring season, too. Spotting and stalking are the main methods used in this hunt.

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Pigeye Outfiffers
6352 Pioneer Road, Moccasin, Montana 59462
Phone: (406) 423-5332

The Little Belt Mountains have a good population of black bears. What sets these bears apart from those in other areas is that there is a large number of other colors such as cinnamon and blonds.

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Rugg's Outfitting
116 Black Bear Trail, Superior, Montana 59872
Phone: (406) 822-4240

We offer both spring and fall Bear hunts. In Montana you can not bait or use dogs for Bear hunting. Our hunts consist of spot and stalk. The spring hunts are day trips out of our lodge. Usually riding out on horseback and then scoping open hillsides. The fall hunts can be from the lodge or pack into tent camps and hunting from there. We do have Black, Brown, Blond & Cinnamon color Bears but mostly Black or Brown.

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S & W Outfitters
619 Dearborn Avenue, Helena, Montana 59601
Phone: (406) 640-1673

East Fork Hunting Camp, Montana Our rifle and archery hunts for Mule Deer, Whitetail, Antelope, Bear, and Elk are conducted in the heart of Central Montana. Here in the Big Snowy Mountains on several private ranches and State leased lands, totaling over 50,000 acres, is the East Fork Camp.

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Swan Mountain Outfitters
26356 Soup Creek, Swan Lake, Montana 59911
Phone: (406) 387-4405

Black bears are plentiful in western Montana and are legal game. The Swan Valley has the highest population concentration, and produces the best color phased bears in the state. We hunt black bears in the spring exclusively and in the fall in combination with our other hunts, or as a stand alone hunt.

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White Mountain Outfitters
1851 Sutherland Lane, Corvallis, Montana 59828
Phone: (406) 239-1688

Our Montana Bear Hunt takes place on the LoLo National Forest in western Montana. We mainly hunt theses trophy bears in the spring months of May and June. After the bears emerge from their winter dens they start to feed on the fresh growing green grasses. Our main method of hunting these bears is glassing from a high vantage point looking for bears feeding on the south facing slopes. Most of the hunting is done by foot. It is important that you be in good physical shape as it will increase your odds of being successful.

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