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Milk River's a hotspot for trophy whitetails

Updated: January 20, 2006, 2:53 PM ET
By Seth Bynum | Fishing and Hunting News

GLASGOW, Mont. — While many hunters visit northeastern Montana to pursue the region's trophy mule deer, those willing to venture down from the sagebrush-covered high plains to the cottonwood-lined river bottoms will likely encounter the Hi-line's heavy-antlered whitetail.

For easy hunting access and an abundance of game, hunters should look towards the meandering banks of the Milk River, for example, as it crosses Phillips and Valley counties along Highway 2 before pouring into the ...

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