Kibler Hunting Outfitters
in Garfield County, Montana
October 6, 2013
Our archery season is marching right along and we have served 3 archery elk hunters at this point. Our success at this time is 2 elk and many shot opportunities for everyone. We've seen some very good bulls, some unique and one big fellow we estimated to score around 360. We still have openings if you hold a special area permit for area 798-15 or 798-20. The elk responded to calls big time this year allowing spot and stalk tactics. We had tremendous moisture this year, great grass growth, & our game is in fantastic condition. With pockets of water everywhere, it is ineffective to set on water holes.
Give us a call (406)-557-2503, if you'd like to join us for your hunting experiences of 2013.
May 18, 2013
June 1st is the deadline to apply for special area permits for our area to hunt antelope or cow elk. The deadline for archery either sex elk permits passed on March 15. There are surplus non-resident licenses for deer and elk general licenses still available..but remember that elk license is only good for non-permit areas.
We still have a few openings available for the fall hunting season. If you wish to hunt deer or hold an elk permit for areas 798-15 or 798-20, we'd enjoy sharing camp and providing you with a good hunting experience. To reserve your hunt dates just give us a call at 406-557-2503 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll get back to you if you'll leave us a phone number and a brief message.
March 13, 2013
There are only 3 days until the deadline, March 15, to apply for Montana deer, elk and elk area permits . Apply at www.fwp.mt.gov , hunting, online licensing. The Elk area to apply for is 798-20 for either sex elk or 798-15 for archery elk. If you need help call us at 406-557-2503 and we will walk through the process with you.
The cow elk license (700-80)and the antelope permit (700-00 or (900 for archery) won't be available till late April and you'll probably want to wait till May when you know if you were successful in drawing a bull permit before applying. You don't need the elk general license to apply for the cow elk license now, because it is a license not a permit. The deadline to apply is June 1.
January 14, 2013
Today, resident and non-resident hunters can apply online at https://app.mt.gov/als/index/index.html for deer, elk, fishing and special area permits. The deadline to apply is March 15, 2013. Cow elk ($278.00) and antelope licenses, ($205.00) won't be available online until March 18 and the deadline to apply is June 1.
Deer/Elk Combination license: $954.00
Elk Combination license: $804.00
Deer Combination license: $565.00
There is a $5 drawing fee applied to all general licenses.
Elk permit: $4.00
Drawing fee $10.00
Bonus pt: $20.00
Preference Point $50.00
Archery permit: $10.00
Super tags: $5.00 per chance
You may choose to retain or obtain a refund for the elk portion of your license if you are unsuccessful in the special area permit drawing. Your refund will be 80% of the license fee. Drawing & permit fees are non-refundable.
Youth licenses are ½ price when applying as a party with an adult. It is my understanding they pay full price upfront, then obtain a refund when they are successful in the drawing.
Season Fishing: $70.00
10 day fishing & conservation lic.: $53.50
2 day fishing & conservation: $25.00
Conservation & Fishing: $26.00
Elk license: $20.00
Bonus point: $2.00
Drawing fee: $5.00
If you need help through the licensing process, give us a call and Mary Beth will walk through the process online with you. 406-557-2503 Give us a call to reserve your dates for 2013 hunting or fishing. Thanks!
Kibler Outfitting & Charter Fishing
Myron & Mary Beth Kibler
1239 N. Lodge Pole Road
Sand Springs, Montana 59077
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