Bow hunting guide, Tom Hartley with a fine North Dakota whitetail buck.

Tom Hartley
Wilderness Outfitters X-Stream Adventures
Cartwright ND 58838

Phone:  (701) 260-9077

superb North Dakota whitetail buck - double drop tine


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What do you want to do on your next adventure?

How about answering the call of the wild and hunt the same land that Lewis & Clark hunted! Revisit history while enjoying some of the finest whitetail hunting in the USA.

If you harvest your deer early you can visit
Fort Buford and Fort Union located where the Yellowstone River meets the Missouri, only a stone's throw from where you will be hunting. After visiting the area you will understand why there was a booming fur trade here in the 1800's. There's still lots of fur today - beaver inhabit the rivers, coyotes are abundant in the hills, muskrat, mink and weasels are not uncommon. And of course, whitetail deer abound. While in your tree stand it is easy to visualize herds of buffalo watering in the river. However, don't let your mind wander too much or you may miss your big buck!

Fort Union
Fort Union near the confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers in North Dakota.

The photo in the upper left-hand corner is guide Tom Hartley.
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Archery hunting for whitetail bucks along the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers in North Dakota is an experience you don't want to miss. Expect to see lots of deer. It is not unusual to see over 100 deer in a 5-day hunt.