Early September to early November.
Your hunt will include meals and accommodations. We provide an experienced guide with trained dogs, transportation in the field and access to thousands of acres of hunting opportunity.
Northeast Montana upland areas consist of mixed grass prairie, rolling grassland and stubble fields. The hiking terrain is a moderate grade with occasional hills. Irrigated lowlands and river corridors contain alfalfa fields and brushy creek bottoms.
September is generally warm. Many days reach mid 70's and warmer. October is mild with many days in the mid 60's. November is cooler and less predictable.
Late August thru mid-February.
A comprehensive experience for hunters, dog-lovers and non-shooters alike. No two hunts are alike with a myriad of transportation options, hunting leases, lodging and dining locales. Local knowledge and time spent on both sides of the border sees to all arrangements. Call to start the discussion about the trip planned to your individual tastes and specifications.
Luckypup pursues wild birds in their natural habitat. Quail hunting is done in coastal mountain ranges with scrub brush, low trees and rocky outcroppings. Pheasant hunting is done in irrigated arid farmland in a variety of cultivated crops.
We enjoy beautiful weather year round with an average daily temperature of 70.5° F (21.4 degrees Celsius). A marked feature of the climate is the wide variation in temperature within short distances due to the topography of the land. Come sample coastal, mountain, and desert environments all in the span of a day.
Fly or drive to Glasgow, MT. Enjoy a filling meal and relax the night before your hunt. We will arrive early in the field each day. Lunch is often served midday near your hunting area. Our guides are happy to tailor each hunt to your level of experience and physical ability.
September: Sharptail grouse and Hungarian partridge.
October & November: Sharptail grouse, pheasant, Hungarian partridge, and waterfowl.
Please bring your own shotgun and ammunition. We prefer break open shotguns for safety. 12-, 16-, and 20-gauge is preferred. You will need clothing for cool and mild temperatures, as Montana weather is unpredictable. Include waterproof and lightweight gear with comfortable walking shoes. Bring an orange hat or vest, and shooting glasses for added safety in the field.
Travel: Plan to fly or drive to Glasgow, MT. Pickup at airport is included.
Hunting Dogs: You may bring your own dog.
Hunters per guide: We take a maximum of three hunters per guide.