Spring Bear hunting is done in late April and early May.
The bears are just coming out of hibernation and have
beautiful coats of fur. After coming out of hibernation, the
bear feed on grassy slopes and logging roads. Hunting is
done by glassing these slopes and logging roads. Baiting and
dogs are not allowed for hunting bear in Montana. The spring
bear hunts are conducted out of our lodge. We drive our to
the hunting areas in 4X4 trucks each morning.
We have cinnamon, chocolate, and black color phased bears.
On the average, 50% of the bears taken will be colors other
than black. Spring is an especially beautiful time to be in
Montana's high country. The weather is generally nice and
all types of game are abundant. This is an excellent hunt
for a young hunter or a hunter on his first trip to Montana.
For more information on our Montana guided hunts, please call Ben
Mummert at 406-827-4149. Or, you may email us at