Hunting on the Blackfeet reservation is extraordinary! If you are a big game hunter looking to target deer, elk, moose, big horn sheep or mountain lion then the Blackfeet Reservation should be first on your list of unique and bountiful places to hunt. The StoneHouse is NOT a licensed outfitter and can NOT issue tags or guide clients BUT we can offer you first class accommodations.
We recommend Dave Parsons at Cut Bank Creek Outfitters as your outfitting guide. Contact us to get more information (406) 250-9415.
You can also check out the website at Blackfeet Country for more information.
In my opinion the reservation is an untapped resource for bird hunters. We are blessed with miles and miles of open grassland full of Grouse, Chucker and Pheasant. Again we can help you with a self-guided adventure or hook you up with a licensed Blackfeet outfitter to guide you on private ranch land.
One of my personal favorite things to do is to take my self-bow for a walk in the foothills of the front range among the Aspen and Fir groves and hunt for rough grouse. I seem to be the only one hunting these birds and the population is strong. (Probably because I miss a lot!)
I am happy to pass along information on locating and hunting these birds.
According to the Blackfeet Nation Sportsman Regulations for Blackfeet Country
A Blackfeet Fish and Wildlife (BFW) Recreation/Conservation Permit is required for Non-Blackfeet tribal members/descendants participating in outdoor recreational activities within the exterior boundaries of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. Permits are subject to restrictions listed within BFW rules and regulations and the BFW holds no liability for any damages, theft, or vandalism to personal property or for any personal injury incurred while recreating on tribal or private lands.
For more information on Blackfeet Fish and Wildlife, contact 406-338-7207.