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If a whitetail outfitter is offering hunts for less than $4,000, I'm ramping up my research on the outfitter.
8220;Country Outfitter has been successful partnering with smaller brands because everybody wins,” said Country Outfitter Marketplace Director Greg Primm.
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If your hunt isn't a one-on-one guided hunt, and that is what you want, talk to the outfitter.
Guides show up drunk, the amount or quality of game is poor, or the outfitter is an arrogant, vulgar jerk at best, or worse, a slimy, lying thief.
Some guides provide all fishing gear; others expect you to bring the gear or rent it from them or their outfitter.
The Idaho Outfitters and Guides Association (IOGA) sponsored a three-week float trip traversing the entire length of the Salmon, commemorating its role in Idaho history.
Outfitter Yves Bouthillette is one of the hardest-working guides you'll meet, and his extensive baiting program guarantees plenty of bruin activity.
Some game departments provide lists of certified outfitters upon request, and you can also try Internet search engines like Google.
Goschinski Fin Feather Fur Outfitters is a true testament to how this network can be fully utilized to the independent dealer's advantage.
This outfitter doesn't want a hunter sitting around bored in his room after shooting a bear on the first day of a seven-day hunt experience," Reynolds says.
It really takes people about three days to unwind from whatever was kicking them in the butt back home,'' our outfitter, Bill Bernt, said.