DL Elk Outfitters specializes in guided archery elk, rifle elk, mule deer, whitetail, and antelope hunts on private land in central Montana. Our hunts our all conducted out of our base camp located on the private lands we hunt, consists of two cabins for sleeping quarters, a guide house, a sauna house, and a new cook house, run by generator and propane heat.
Our private hunting leases are located in the Big Belt Mountains, 60 miles south of Great Falls, Montana. With a variety of of game animals, elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, black bear, mountain lion, and coyotes to hunt this area conducts itself to well for combination hunts. Our hunts are conducted by using 4-wheel drive vehicles to access the hunting areas, making this a unique hunt that any sportsman can do regardless of his or hers physical condition.
Our rifle elk, deer combination hunts start the last week of October and run threw November, consisting of five hunts. Archery elk hunts, usually start in mid September and we only offer 2-3 hunts per year during the rut. Antelope season starts in early October and concludes in early November.
“Hunting with DL Elk outfitters is absolutely the best Elk Hunting around, I try to book a hunt with them every year, Huge Bull’s, tons of game, great guides, outstanding food and accommodations!! I also hunt Pelly Lake alot and like the Elk Hunting I am never disappointed, I have taken Huge Moose, Record Book Mountain Goat, and the Black Bear hunting is off the charts!!! I already am Booked for a Mountain Caribou hunt this season! Can’t wait!”
“I took my daughter to DL Elk Oufitters for her college graduation and the hunt of a lifetime. On the way into camp we saw more elk than I had my previous 6 elk hunts combined. The cabins were comfortable. The food was spectacular and the shower and sauna were awesome after a day hunting. And finally the success was incredible Kortney shot a 340 bull 1st evening. I shot an 8×6. My 74 year old father got a 150 class whitetail and a shot at a bull and both brother-in-laws got their first bull. I wish I had met the LeVeque’s years ago.”