The difference between quality estate hunts and free range/public land hunting is simply management and quality.
Near perfect success each year.
This was a great hunt! Idaho has some awesome country. Saw lots of deer, but needed a little more time for a true trophy. I shot a good 5 X 4 Whitetail.
Tyson and his team were awesome people to hunt with. They were always scouting and always on the birds. I wouldn’t have done it any other way.
The beasts ate his innards, then put tree branches over the shift worker’s eviscerated remains evidently intending to return, say local reports.
My buck is a massive main frame 4 x 4 , with big front forks and kickers off his bases , this was truly a hunt of a lifetime!!
Ended up arrowhead a 333″ bull at 12 yards at about 9700 feet. Awesome experience and would love to do it all over again .
The area was very limited and with truck traffic is keeping deer out of area and only hunted 1/2 mile of river so we saw the same 8-10 bears each day.
I have been using the Pak-Rat to hold my rifle on my shoulder, hands free for years with no problems. Do yourself a favor, spend $20 bucks and be at ease on your next mountain hunt.
On this hunt, we go after Gemsbok, Black Wildebeest and Warthog. We also had the opportunity to Give Back to some amazing children at a local school.
We took this trip with the intention of having a fun, relaxing, low pressure hunt with a group of friends looking to get away for a week and it didn’t disappoint.
I was very happy…..my guide worked hard and knew how to change his strategy to fit the conditions. Antelope are everywhere, but getting a shot on a good buck is much more challenging than I anticipated.
The Hoffman’s story spans over 130 years, 4 generations and is one of patriotism, hard work, success and realization of the American dream, it’s a source of pride not just for the Hoffman family but for all Americans; I would say that the Hoffman’s know boots!
The Outfitters’ guys were all very helpful and extremely courteous, very hard working people. The meat cutting area was much appreciated.
I had an entire week to hunt. Saw several moose and ended up shooting a nice bull on day 9.
Never have I had such a physically demanding hunt in such a magnificent place. I truly hope everyone may have the opportunity to taste mountain goat backstrap (sautéed in butter with a little Himalayan sea salt) in their lifetime. Delicious.
Cold and soaking wet, crawling through heather. The water was slouching in my boots and the magnificent Stag was down! What fun!
Erin goes after Red Stag with a bow in New Zealand. This was an incredibly tough hunt. Tune into the episode to see if he is successful.
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