Miles city area

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Miles city area

Postby BearRiverBanded » Sun Jan 05, 2020 5:18 pm

Hello from utah. In a few weeks I am possibly interviewing for a job in miles city. I have been out that way in MT once or twice but it has been 10 years or so.

What's the area like? Hunting for deer elk antelope as well as any turkey upland or waterfowl?

Any information is greatly appreciated
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Re: Miles city area

Postby phutch30 » Tue Jan 07, 2020 4:10 pm

Good deer and antelope, lots and lots of geese, so so duck, decent turkey ,gotta travel for elk
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Re: Miles city area

Postby Bozo_Drake » Fri Feb 14, 2020 5:46 pm

It’s a cool little ranching town. E Montana is an acquired taste to be sure. I love hunting out that way and wouldn’t mind living there but my wife would probably divorce me. Too slow for her. We live in Bozeman. Great upland, especially sharpies. Great deer and antelope. Close to really good turkey hunting. I’m still pretty new to waterfowl hunting so I can’t really speak to that too much. I will say I drive through there a lot and late in the year from Hysham to Glendive is freaking covered with geese.


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Re: Miles city area

Postby Mean Gene » Fri Mar 13, 2020 1:02 pm

Bozo_Drake wrote:It’s a cool little ranching town. E Montana is an acquired taste to be sure. I love hunting out that way and wouldn’t mind living there but my wife would probably divorce me. Too slow for her. We live in Bozeman. Great upland, especially sharpies. Great deer and antelope. Close to really good turkey hunting. I’m still pretty new to waterfowl hunting so I can’t really speak to that too much. I will say I drive through there a lot and late in the year from Hysham to Glendive is freaking covered with geese.


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Hey man, we're building a house right now in Ennis and will be back there the first part of April. After that we're full timers. Looking to meet folks so if you're eatin' I'm buyin'.

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