Hunt Report – Dad 0, Son 2 on BC Bears

Black Bear

I wanted to thank you so very much for the awesome bear hunt that Ham and I had last week. It really could not have been better. Jeff, it started a year ago when you were kind enough to allow Ham and I to roll our hunt forward a year because of an internship that he had. You also recommended the 2nd week of June as the best week because of the rut. So, we pushed our trip back one year … [Read more...]

How Kryptek Got it’s Start in the Battlefield

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Ever wonder what led Butch Whiting and Josh Cleghorn (founders of Kryptek) down the path of starting the company? Here is an excerpt from the GotHunts.com podcast where Butch tells that story. "[...] Kryptek's start is different than what people think that’s for sure, correct?" -Marc Warnke "Yea, it’s been neat to share, you know, when you have those victories and also you know t … [Read more...]

OUTFITTER REPORT: Idaho Elk 2014 Season

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Bow Season: About August the elk bug really starts kicking in. Setting up camps, clearing trail, and long excursions into the backcountry are all part of scouting and preparation for elk season. The season kicks of the 30th of August. Our first archery elk hunter, Clark Small, is an accomplished archer and personal friend of GotHunts.com's Russ Meyer. Clark was teamed up with our guide … [Read more...]

You Can Afford To Hunt In Africa!

You can afford to hunt in Africa

If you can afford to hunt in North America, you can afford to hunt in Africa too. Don't let anyone tell you any different. You can easily have a great hunt in Africa for less than $10,000 all inclusive. If you wan’t more information on this, or this doesn’t quite meet your needs, simply email us your request and we will take care of the rest. How YOU can afford to hunt in Africa: … [Read more...]

Hunting Gear Tech Investments for 2015

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Sometimes the right piece of gear can make all the difference while out in the field. Hunting makes up a large part of both American culture and the economy, and hunters aren't shy about spending their money. In fact, Wide Open Spaces reports that hunting supports more than 680,000 jobs and that hunters pay nearly 800 million dollars toward conservation programs. Hunters are often the first people … [Read more...]