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Hunting for your food
Take the farm-to-table experience a step further by hunting down your dinner. 
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Hunting their own food might help meat-lovers feel better about what they are eating.

(Adam Gilkey)

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 High Caliber Outdoors guests stay in a hand-crafted, all wood cabin built by owner Adam Gilkey and his staff.

(Adam Gilkey)

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The inside of the lodge at  High Caliber Outdoors

(Adam Gilkey)

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Besides the fresh meat, guests also like to memorialize the rest of their hunt. Gilkey specializes in taxidermy: A duck typically runs for $250.

(Adam Gilkey)

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At High Caliber Outdoors, guests can rise earlier to help set up decoys. The morning prize is a bite of Bradley-smoked fowl.

(Adam Gilkey)

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Duck and goose hunting start at sunrise, while handfishing catfish is an afternoon sport.

(Adam Gilkey)

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A mule deer, which is a type of antlered game.

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Log cabin accommodations at Linehan Outfitting, deep in the forests of Northwest Montana.  

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The Pond House accommodations at High Lonesome Ranch.  

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Hunting for your food

Take the farm-to-table experience a step further by hunting down your dinner. 

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