"Every hunter has the fantasy of harvesting a world record animal or hunting on virgin, unpressured territory. Thanks to Xoutdoors. com, that fantasy can now become a reality...."
Farther on, the release indicates hunters on the Blackfeet Reservation will have "...an opportunity to hunt herds of animals of different species that have lived and thrived on this reservation without fear of being hunted. The potential for taking a world record animal on US property is unsurpassed...."
We'd be tempted to dismiss all this as hoopla, but the problem with doing that is, Xoutdoors.com has landed quite a big fish by getting the Blackfeet to open large parts of their 5.1-million-acre reservation on the eastern border of Glacier National Park. Some truly fine animals are available here, and they exist in one of those classic park-migration situations that produces so well elsewhere. These hunts definitely deserve your attention, even if they don't live up to all that purple prose that has been slathered around them (Hey, the Indians themselves have been hunting these animals, right, so how can you say they "thrive on the reservation without fear of being hunted?").
At any rate, here are the facts. Xoutdoors.com has signed a five-year agreement with the Blackfeet to offer a limited number of hunts for bighorn sheep (one permit only), elk, moose, whitetail, black bear, pronghorn antelope and bison. The bighorn permit, unfortunately, was auctioned off January 11 by the Foundation for North American Wild Sheep, so (unless you checked our web site in late December) you have already missed this opportunity.
As for hunts that are still available at this writing, they........(continued)