​​​​​​Scapegoat Wilderness Outfitters​  

Jake Ingram Lic# 26866

Bear Hunts

We offer a true wilderness, pack in, horseback, spot and stalk black bear hunt.  If you want to experience hunting the way it was meant to be this is it. We stay in wall tents 6 miles from the closest vehicle access and hunt deeper into the wilderness from there. No lodges, no vehicles, and no sitting in a tree stand staring at a bait pile. Here is a description of what to expect when you show up for your Montana spring bear hunt.


Your spring black bear hunt will start at the trailhead on day 1 where we will meet up, pack your gear, and adjust your stirrups for the 6 mile horseback ride into base camp. Upon arrival we will unload your gear and get you settled into your 14x16 canvas wall tent complete with cot, foam pad, lantern, and wood stove. After getting a bite to eat we will head out for an evening of glassing as this will be the primary way to find a bear. June is when the bears are rutting and the boars will be frequently moving looking for sows. We may also try some predator calling from time to time. After the evening hunt we will return to camp for a home cooked meal prepared by our cook. We will leave most mornings on horseback and spend the majority of our time glassing open parks and burnt timber. Bears have been spotted while fishing in the creek just below camp, so throw in your rod if you desire and take advantage of the exceptional fishing and maybe you'll see a bear in the process. Each morning you will be fed a hot, homemade breakfast and sent with a sack lunch to be eaten in the field. The last day will be a travel day back to the trailhead, so after you have eaten your breakfast we will hit the trail and have you back to your vehicle around noon.

5 day trip $1950 per person for 2 hunters per guide add $500 for 1 hunter per guide

7 day trip $2450 per person for 2 hunters per guide add $700 for 1 hunter per guide

Montana ​Elk and Mule Deer Hunting Outfitters

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