Powder River Bowhunts

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Powder River Bowhunts

Rated 0 out of 5.0 based on 2 Outfitter reviews.

Contact: Gene Smith

Location: Olive, Montana

Species Hunted: Mule Deer

State(s) Hunted: MT

Comments & Special Offers: Trophy mule deer bowhunting



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outfitter review submitted by: Tom Weimann on Dec 1 2004

Species Hunted: mule deer

Game Quality: hundreds

Accommodation Quality: very homey

Camp Condition: good

Food Quality: bring your own

Guide Experience: none

Other Personal Experience: none

Overall Impression: great

Recommend: yes

Reviewer Comments: This is a once in a lifetime hunt for serious bowhunters.Booked for next year and every year.The later you book for a mule deer hunt the better.Saw at least a dozen book bucks.Saw 300-400 animals and at least over 100 bucks.This is no BS.We took 2 does,a 8 pt whitetail,4x3,3x3,and a 4x4. We filled 6 out of 7 tags.He allows no guns.You must draw a landowners sponsorship tag to hunt on his land.You rent a 3 bdrm house on the property.You will see 50 deer in front and 50 deer in back of the house before you even start to hunt,this is every morning.There are no guides,you don't need one.Very cheap hunt,Under $1800 and that included the gas to drive from WI.

outfitter review submitted by: Tom Weimann on May 16 2004

Species Hunted: Mule Deer/Antelope

Game Quality: Lots

Accommodation Quality: 3 bedroom ranch/feels like hom

Camp Condition: very good

Food Quality: brought our own

Guide Experience: none/there is none

Other Personal Experience: none

Overall Impression: great

Recommend: absolutely yes

Reviewer Comments: Powder River Bowhunts is owned by Gene Smith.He is not a licenced outfitter but owns 27 sq. miles of land and you draw landowner sponsorship tags. That's why there are no guides and hunt by yourself.Went in 2002,shot a P&Y antelope and spike buck on the last day of my hunt.Deer and antelope everywhere.You don't need a guide to find the deer,there are plenty around.Saw lots of mature 4x4.Drew tags for 2004.Booked for 2005.

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