Hunting their own food might help meat-lovers feel better about what they are eating.
High Caliber Outdoors guests stay in a hand-crafted, all wood cabin built by owner Adam Gilkey and his staff.
The inside of the lodge at High Caliber Outdoors.
Besides the fresh meat, guests also like to memorialize the rest of their hunt. Gilkey specializes in taxidermy: A duck typically runs for $250.
At High Caliber Outdoors, guests can rise earlier to help set up decoys. The morning prize is a bite of Bradley-smoked fowl.
Duck and goose hunting start at sunrise, while handfishing catfish is an afternoon sport.
A mule deer, which is a type of antlered game.
Log cabin accommodations at Linehan Outfitting, deep in the forests of Northwest Montana.
The Pond House accommodations at High Lonesome Ranch.
Take the farm-to-table experience a step further by hunting down your dinner.