Wolf hunting and hunter with wolf
Wolf hunting and two hunters with two wolves
Montana wolf hunting and hunter hiking in snow
Montana wolf hunting and wolf track
Montana wolf hunting and hunters with wolf.

Montana Wolf Hunting

Montana wolf hunting is like no other adventure.  There is nothing more symbolic of wilderness than wolves.  And nothing more moving than hearing wolves howl.  Since Montana opened the wolf hunt, we have been studying, tracking, and interacting with them and loving every minute of it.  They are truly an awesome creature.  Make no mistake, wolves are also the most difficult trophy to hunt in the lower 48 states.  Knowing that keeps us sharp and wanting to learn more.  This is a hunting adventure you’ll never forget!


  • Season(s): Late October-March 15

One of the greatest things about living in Montana is the hunting opportunities that the state offers. LOC is thrilled to now offer wolf hunts as part of our big game operation. We are not overrun with wolves like other areas of the west but they are here, they are hunt-able, and they are a magnificent trophy.

Wolves are gregarious and respond very well to calling. Typically we’ll cover ground, howling often, in hopes of locating a pack or a solo animal. Once we locate animals, we’ll set up, continue howling, and hope they are curious enough to come closer believing there’s a stranger in their territory. Or we will often employ predator calls since generally they will not pass up an easy meal and if nothing else, if they hear what they believe is a distressed deer, they will come looking.

If you’re here for a deer/elk hunt, we encourage you to buy a wolf tag over the counter. This way, if you run into a wolf while during your trophy whitetail hunt or while climbing the ridge looking for elk, you can take a shot. But LOC is now also offering specific hunts for wolves only from early December-February 28th when their furs are prime, thick and glossy.




    January through March.


    • Log cabin lodging
    • Guided hunting each day
    • Lunches

    All trips are 7 nights lodging and 6 days hunting. Tags and licenses must be purchased 24 hours prior to hunt. Prior to hunt, tags and licenses are available online at FWP.MT.GOV.

    Package Cost (per person)
    One on one hunt $5200
    Two on one hunt $3950
    Wolf tag $50

    A 30% deposit is required to confirm your reservation. Balance of hunt is due 60 days prior to arrival. All deposits and payments are non-refundable and non-transferable with an exception for not drawing a license. We strongly recommend that our guests purchase travel insurance.