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Elk — General

Details: License is valid for one elk. Hunters may hold only one general elk license, which can be used for elk as indicated under the “General Elk License” heading on the deer and elk hunting regulations. Montana residents 12-17, holders of a disabled resident conservation license, or residents 62 years and older may purchase this license for $10

Fees:

  • Resident: $20

  • Nonresident: N/A

Elk B — Drawing

Details: The B License is an Antlerless elk license valid during a specific time period and in a particular hunting district or group of districts. Applicants are required to pay full license fee. Cost includes $5 nonrefundable application fee.

Fees:

  • Resident: $25

  • Nonresident: $275

Elk B — Over the Counter

Fees:

  • Resident: $20

  • Nonresident: $270

Elk Combination — General

Details: Nonresidents applying for any other combination license may not apply. Includes a General Elk license and authorizes fishing and hunting of upland game birds, excluding turkey. Conservation with State Lands, Base Hunting and AISPP must be purchased separately. This license is included in the 17,000 quota of Big Game Elk/Deer Combination license.

Fees:

  • Resident: N/A

  • Nonresident: $1018

Elk Permits

Details: The permit must be used with a general elk hunting license. A permit is not a second license and does not allow the holder to kill an additional animal. Rather, it expands the opportunity to hunt for a species in a particular hunting district allowing the hunter to harvest a bull, antlerless or either-sex elk. Residents must hold a valid general elk license to apply. Nonresidents must also apply for a big game or elk combination license to apply.

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Fees:

  • Resident: $9

  • Nonresident: $9

Nonresident Montana Native Big Game Combination License

Details: For former resident who was born in Montana, with current resident relative, other qualifications apply. Conservation with State Lands, Base Hunting and AISPP must be purchased separately. Learn more about Nonresident Licenses.

Fees:

  • Resident: N/A

  • Nonresident: $604

Nonresident Montana Native Elk Combination License

Details: For former resident, who was born in Montana with current resident relative, other qualifications apply. Conservation with State Lands, Base Hunting and AISPP must be purchased separately. Learn more about Nonresident Licenses.

Fees:

  • Resident: N/A

  • Nonresident: $509

Come Home to Hunt – Big Game Combination

Details: To qualify you must have previously hunted in Montana as a resident or hold a Montana hunter education certificate. This license requires a sponsor who is a Montana resident family member, including direct In-laws, who also holds a current years resident hunting license. Includes General Deer and Elk, Upland Game Bird and Fishing licenses. AISPP, Base Hunting and Conservation license must be purchased separately. A total of 500 are available. Learn more about Nonresident Licenses.

Fees:

  • Resident: N/A

  • Nonresident: $604

Come Home to Hunt – Elk Combination

Details: To qualify you must have previously hunted in Montana as a resident or hold a Montana hunter education certificate. This license requires a sponsor who is a Montana resident family member, including direct in-laws, who also holds a current years resident hunting license. Includes General Elk, Upland Game Bird, and Fishing license. Conservation with State Lands, Base Hunting and AISPP must be purchased separately. A total of 500 are available. Learn more about Nonresident Licenses.

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Fees:

  • Resident: N/A

  • Nonresident: $352

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