Film: Hunting Mule Deer on Public Land in THE CRAGS

After much anticipation, Montana Wild has released THE CRAGS — a new film that highlights mule deer hunting on public land in Montana.

From the filmmakers:

“As hunters we always have an attraction to adventure, and not just the kill. Travis found his adventure in 2014 chasing mule deer in the rolling sage covered hills. With only a handful of days, Travis searches the barren landscape with hopes of arrowing his first archery buck. This public land, DIY hunt shows the opportunity and importance of our public lands. As seen in the 2015 Hunting Film Tour.”

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Video: Behind the Scenes of THE OUTLIER

THE OUTLIER – Behind The Scenes from Montana Wild on Vimeo.

Montana Wild has a new film in the works that takes on trophy elk in Montana. We now have some behind the scenes footage to fuel the stoke.

From Montana Wild:

“***Warning: explicit language at the end of the video***
Take a look behind the filming of our upcoming film The Outlier. See some of how we make our films and what it takes to film an archery elk hunt. Expect the full film to come out in early July!

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Video: Bowhunting for Public Land Elk in Montana

Public land, do-it-yourself bowhunting for elk in Montana!

From Montana Wild:

“Every western hunter has at one point dreamed about arrowing their first bull elk. Since being convinced to purchase my first bow, I had quickly gained the addiction of archery elk hunting. I chased my dream for four years, waiting for everything to come together. After four years of close encounters I Finally felt the weight I had dreamed about. A heavy load on my back, comprised of my very first archery bull elk. This is a public land, DIY bowhunt in Montana.

Be looking for our hour long elk film THE OUTLIER to drop July 2017.”

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Teaser: DIY Bowhunting for Montana Elk in “The Outlier”

THE OUTLIER – Teaser #1 from Montana Wild on Vimeo.

Montana Wild is back, putting out great video shorts of hunting and fishing. In a new teaser, the crew take on Montana elk.

From Montana Wild:

“THE OUTLIER is a full length elk hunting film coming July 2017. Set in the Missouri River Breaks of Montana, four friends set out to fill all four elk tags over the course of the six week archery season. 100% public land, DIY hunting.”

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Video: Bowhunting Montana Mule Deer in “THE COLD”

THE COLD – Full Film from Montana Wild on Vimeo.

Late season bowhunting is when dreams are made or broken. A new video from Montana Wild takes on late season Montana muleys.

From Montana Wild:

“The cold is both a descriptive word for late season hunts, but also represents a sickness. In this case a sickness for chasing rutting mule deer. Zack spends a two year search through for a mature buck.”

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Video: Bowhunting for Antelope in Montana in “August Rush”

AUGUST RUSH – Bowhunting Montana Antelope from Montana Wild on Vimeo.

Montana Wild is back with a new video highlighting some exciting bowhunting action in Montana for antelope.

From Montana Wild:

“They don’t call them speed goats for nothing. Fast, keen eyesight, and small bodies make antelope one of the toughest animals to pursue. The guys load up and head east and meet up with good friend BVD, hoping to spot and stalk any buck worthy of an arrow.

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Video: Hunting Mule Deer in “Bow Breaker Bucks”

BOW BREAKER BUCKS from Montana Wild on Vimeo.

Montana Wild, Bear Archery, and Mystery Ranch have teamed for a great new mule deer hunting video.

From Montana Wild:

“You’ve spent countless hours searching for a shooter buck. In the less than perfect conditions you find a buck worthy of an arrow, but you just can’t seem to kill him. It may even make you want to break your bow. Watch as Zack attempts to beat the mental game and arrow his first mule deer buck with a bow.”

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