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Offline charles p

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Handicapped Whitetail Hunt
« on: January 05, 2013, 01:53:25 PM »
I had a knee replacement this fall and itt got infected.  Have about 50% function in that knee.  Stalking or walking is not going to work for me in the future.  A few years ago I was in Montana during the rut.  We rattled a buck, then drove around the state during the remainder of our stay.  While driving down the Musselshell, I saw lots of nice bucks and flat land that I can probably walk through.
Can someone suggest an outfitter that has nice bucks and flat lands.  Can no longer mount a horse or climb a mountain.  I'm a river bottom hunter and a field hunter from now on.
If not Montana, where else?  Had good results in Idaho once.

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Re: Handicapped Whitetail Hunt
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2013, 03:51:42 AM »
Google  Milk River deer hunting.  Sounds exactly like what you are describing.