"The wilderness holds answers to questions man has not yet learned to ask" 

-Nancy Newhall

​Come experience the wilderness!

Outfitter of Record:

​Karen B Hooker Lic # 3341

2017 Spring bear season is done but we are now taking reservations for 2018!

Call for available dates and details


“There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man.”

​- Winston S. Churchill

Are you ready for the challenge of hunting high country mule deer? 
Come hunt the Rockies and enjoy beautiful views while matching wits with  Continental Divide Muleys. 

Elk Hunting Outfitters

​​Surplus Licenses will be sold over the counter on a first come first served basis. Call now to get more information and to reserve your dates.


Montana ​Elk and Mule Deer Hunting Outfitters

P.O. Box 321    Lincoln, MT 59639     (406)-362-4483

​​​​​​Scapegoat Wilderness Outfitters​  

​​​​​​​​WELCOME >>

  Have you ever heard an elk bugle while you were hunting with your rifle? We offer fully guided RIFLE hunts during the elk rut starting Sept. 15th. 

  Prefer hunting with a bow? Archery season opens the first Saturday in September and our archery hunts utilize areas not open for the early rifle season, allowing us to hunt lower pressured elk.

  How about hunting high country mule deer several miles from the closest motorized vehicle? Our camp is located 6 miles from the trailhead and we hunt deeper into the wilderness from there.

  Would you like to go on a spring black bear hunt but don't want to sit over a bait pile or use dogs?
Come with us on a wilderness spot and stalk black bear hunt in June.

  Have you ever wanted to see a true wilderness and be a part of the art of packing in on mules and horses? The Scapegoat Wilderness is part of the  1.5 million acre Bob Marshall Wilderness complex, and we pack all our camp and clients in on mules and horses.

​  These features are exactly what make Scapegoat Wilderness Outfitters stand out from other guiding services. Add breath taking views, high mountain lakes, deep timber, high country parks, and the continental divide,  and you end up with an adventure you will not soon forget.