Some things to consider as you plan your archery and rifle hunts, your camping and fishing trips, and your laid-back trail rides.
There’s excellent hunting year-round in Area 270, and here’s what you’ll need to maximize the fun of Your Montana Hunting Experience.
As of November, 2010, Montana voters abolished the outfitter sponsored tag via I-161 voter initiative. While Two Bear Outfitters did not support or agree with this law, the fact is we have changed our policy to conform to it.
As such, Two Bear Outfitters will give booked clients a choice with regard to their down payment if they failed to receive a tag via the draw. They may roll their down payment into the next year’s hunt, or receive a check for the full amount back upon completion of the draw.
Refunds will only be distributed for medical emergencies and draw failure.
We will require verification of such before a refund check is released. Please understand that when a hunt is booked, we are unable to book that spot. If somebody pulls out of their hunt, it costs us the money for that hunt if we cannot re-book their spot.
We hire staff, shoe horses, buy food and equipment, and set up tents all based on our bookings. Cancelations are difficult to overcome for all outfitters.
The Two Bear Outfitters Staff
Jacket, warm heavy (Fall/Winter)
Jacket, warm lightweight (Spring/Summer)
Gloves, two sets
Sturdy hiking boots, two pair
Warm sleeping bag
Socks and underwear
(one set for each day)
Orange vest, 400 sq. in.
Lighters & Matches
Small Flashlight & Batteries
Two Headlamps & Batteries
Rope or Paracord, 20 ft.
Basic First-aid Kit
Toilet Paper, in plastic baggie
Camera & Extra Film