No Person Left Behind Outdoors supports wounded vets, raffling mule deer hunt
By angelamontana

Posted: July 16, 2021
A wounded veteran hunting program called No Person Left Behind Outdoors (NPLB) is raffling a mule deer hunt as part of their online fundraiser.  NPLB takes nine veterans out each year on a deer, elk , and antelope hunt. This year, they are raffling off a self-guided hunt on a 100,000 acre ranch in eastern Montana during the mule deer rut.  The raffle hunt is their featured item for the  virtual banquet, which includes drawings, silent auctions and a general donation option at

DIY Mule Deer Hunt Raffle

5 days of exclusive access to 100,000+ acres of prime mule deer habitat during the peak of the rut (Nov. 17-21, 2021). We will have a 16’x24’ wall tent set up along with cooking items on site for the winner of the hunt to use. The tent has a wooden floor, two wood burning stoves, and there will be plenty of firewood cut and split on site. There is electricity and potable water available at the campsite. A representative from the ranch and from the NPLB will meet with you prior to the hunt to get you oriented, explain boundaries and ranch rules, and to give you some advice and direction based on your expectations of the hunt.
All licenses are the responsibility of the winner. There will be no substitutions, the hunt is non-transferable, and the dates are not negotiable.
What a great cause and an awesome opportunity to help wounded veterans hunt!  For more information on No Person Left Behind Outdoors, visit  Please share!