10% down to reserve a hunt if booking a year or more in advance. A payment of 40% is due by January 15th of the year you will hunt. The remaining 50% will be due upon arrival in cash or cashiers check. All monies paid are non refundable with the exception that the hunter is unsuccessful in draw process. Failure to make any of the installments or to apply for license and preference point by FWP deadline will result in forfeiture of monies paid and reservation spot will be filled with clients on our waiting list. Hunting license must be applied for between the end of January and March 15th. The cost of the license is set by FWP of Montana and is not included in the cost of the hunt. A credit of $50 will be applied to hunter contract against the hunt cost to absorb cost of preference point. We will directly assist you with the process of applying for a hunting license.
Travel Insurance is strongly recommended. Coverage may be purchased for initial deposits or complete hunt cost (plane tickets, hunt cost, license, etc.). Hunts are often booked many months in advance and your spot will be guaranteed. In addition to the cost of the hunt you will have purchased license and tags and possibly airline tickets, all adding up to a great deal of expense. Many of these expenses if not all, are non-refundable if something comes up at the last minute to cause a cancellation of the trip. Personal health or other personal reasons along with wilderness conditions are just some of the reasons that a trip may be canceled. Travel insurance is designed to cover the times when things go wrong and problems arise. To compare Travel Insurance plans and options you can go to: Trip Insurance Options
We recommend that you call and talk to the plan agent to verify details of trip and coverage before purchasing.
Payments have a 3% convenience fee if paid with a credit card.
Gratuity not included. Our cooks, wranglers, packers and guides work very hard to give you a once-in-a-lifetime wilderness experience. Many of our clients ask us how to tip. Tipping is always a personal choice, but the industry standard is an 10-20% tip for a wilderness trip.
Please let us know if you have any additional questions and we will do our best to answer them.