Monday, November 6, 2017
DIY Waterfowl Bucket List in Montana
Looking for a place to go in Montana that's loaded with Geese and other waterfowl?
A place that you can do it D.I.Y. style?
I found your spot
PR Country Comforts in Forsyth, Montana. Get there, 2018 dates are still available
My good buddy and all around elk killer Drew and his family run this working ranch that also doubles as an amazing waterfowl retreat.
Just off the Yellowstone river, the ranch is close to thousands of birds, both resident and the migratory honkers as they descend from Canada.
You can harvest up to 5 birds per day, the ranch is super affordable at just $56 bucks a night with a $200 minimum. With that they have two full trailers full of blinds and decoys so you can travel light out to Montana to hunt.
Side note, if the weather is right it might be the perfect place to make a cast and blast trip. The Big Horn River is just 2 hours away. Limit out and then go fishing!
The more time I spend in a ground blind in Eastern Washington, listening to the birds circle overhead and my buddies call them in, the more I want to make this trip. Hopefully it will happen soon
Get more info at PR Country Comfort's web site