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    Question for anyone near Missoula?

    Hey guys This year I will be hunting south of Missoula during archery season and would like to find a good meat processor in or around Missoula. Does anyone have any suggestions? I have a Gentleman up around Kallispell but really don't want to go that far north. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks Mark

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    Mark,

    I use Hamilton Packing Company. (Hamilton Pack), just off U.S. 93 a mile North of Hamilton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot Bulls View Post
    Mark,

    I use Hamilton Packing Company. (Hamilton Pack), just off U.S. 93 a mile North of Hamilton.
    BB Knows his stuff, I'm sure you have a good recommendation there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot Bulls View Post
    Mark,

    I use Hamilton Packing Company. (Hamilton Pack), just off U.S. 93 a mile North of Hamilton.
    Thanks for the heads up I really appreciate the suggestion and its even closer to where I will be. Sort of have to do a little regrouping this year. Once again thanks...Mark

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    I use Christine Schmitt. Really good and inexpensive. She is out in the Charlo Heights area.

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    BB is pretty much a big deal around this forum. Take what he says for concrete info.
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    One more for Hamilton Pack.. its where I go. What are you hunting down here?

    If you want the perfect breakdown of variety... Burger at @ 10%, no roasts, polish dogs, ground sausage spicy and Italian, and of course your prime cut of steaks combo gets me through every year
    Last edited by Montana; 06-02-2013 at 06:49 AM. Reason: spelling

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    Gotta get some hot slim jims thrown in there, too Montana. Yum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montana View Post
    One more for Hamilton Pack.. its where I go. What are you hunting down here?

    If you want the perfect breakdown of variety... Burger at @ 10%, no roasts, polish dogs, ground sausage spicy and Italian, and of course your prime cut of steaks combo gets me through every year
    Will be down Elk hunting during bow season in some old haunts of mine (Unless I draw a super tag!! ). I will be down for about 16 days.
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    Sent ya a PM, 25C.

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