10695 Southside Rd.
Superior, MT 59872
Primary: (406) 822-2062
Secondary: (406) 822-2061
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Ray Rugg - Ray is a native of Western Montana and has spent his life guiding sportsmen into the Great Burn area. He guided his first party in at the age of 12. Ray is very active in local and national organizations, and currently serves on several committees for Mineral County and for Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks. Ray started a local chapter of Mule Deer Foundation, went on to State Chair and then on the national Board of Directors. He has timed out on that so is now on Search and Rescue board for Mineral county.
Kip Rugg, Teresa Lucier - Kip, a partner and now a licensed outfitter himself, runs the water activities and all outfitting. He also takes care of all the horse shoeing for the outfit and many other neighbors. Kip is a proven elk bugler, winning national acclaim and demonstrating his skills in the mountains. In his spare time, he is active in Search and Rescue. Teresa is Kip's better half and even though having a full-time job herself, also chips in to help make sure everything runs smoothly with the outfitting.
Korey, Ryann, Brock, Hank Rugg - Korey, a partner with a degree in Environmental Engineering, somehow finds time to guide and help some with the ranch work while working full-time at the Waste Water Plant in Missoula. Ryann, his wife, also helps with cooking and shuttling for clients in the summer when needed. We may also have a new Whitewater guide as Ryann has been working on her rowing. Brock and Hank both help out on trail rides when they can in the summer as well.
R. Keith, Ilana, Ayala, Talia Rugg - R. Keith Rugg, a third–generation Raymond Rugg, lives back east in Massachusetts with his family, wife Ilana and daughters Ayala and Talia. A career journalist and salesman, he keeps his hand in the family business on the marketing side of things.
Kevin, Soledad, Isabelle Rugg - Kevin lives in S.F. Bay Area with his wife Soledad and his daughter, Isabelle. Isabelle created and maintains our website. They still get away a couple times a year to come back and enjoy Montana (and fix whatever computer problems have built up since they visited).