Avoid bad outfitters through research and networking.
I’m sure most of you feel the same way I do: My worst day on a hunt, in the boat, or just walking through the woods is usually better than my best day doing work.
Take a look at this video from Keith Warren and use the advice he gives.
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We use outfitters not only to hunt, but to take a break from our everyday lives. Unfortunately, not all outfitters provide for the most enjoyable experience.
I’ve heard horror stories about corporate groups spending thousands of dollars on the “best trip money can buy,” only to be supremely disappointed with the product they paid for. The “product” includes the entire experience of the trip, not just the game that was, or was not, harvested.
Research, network, and don’t make the mistake of choosing a bad outfitter.