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I would like to surprise my husband and his dad with a big game hunt. It's one of those things he wants to do before he dies. We live in TX and he mainly hunts white tail, duck, dove, etc.

We're sort of city slickers, so I'd like to find a reputable company that can basically do it all for them (lodging, cooking, help with license, taxidermy, etc).

I also want an almost 100% guarantee that he will be coming home with something. I'm totally open on where to send them as well.

Please help...thanks in advance!
Lauren

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Location: Plano, TX
Joined: 08/09/2006
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Lauren,

Our company books hunts for a large number of outfitters that offer hunting for every big game animal in just about every state and province. We can help you find the right outfitter because we have so many options. We have hunted with each of these outfitters we represent and we send many clients to each of them, so we know they are reputable and will give your husband and his father a great hunt. We stake our reputation on it.

Give me a call or shoot me an emails so we can discuss in more detail what you are looking for. Setting up dream trips is what we do, and I look forward to the opportunity to do so for you.

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Location: Colorado
Joined: 01/01/2007
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There are two very lucky and blessed men.

God bless you!

AB

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Location: Plymouth, Indiana
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I would opt towards antelope in Wy. or possibly whitetail's in Montana. If you need additional info send me a PM.

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Location: texas
Joined: 04/23/2006
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you might consider a fallow or axis deer hunt. There are many of those in Texas and are alot of fun, as well as being a little different. I can give you some names of those with whom I have hunted, if you like.

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Location: Montana
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Re: New and need MAJOR help please!
lauren12 wrote:
I would like to surprise my husband and his dad with a big game hunt. It's one of those things he wants to do before he dies. We live in TX and he mainly hunts white tail, duck, dove, etc.

We're sort of city slickers, so I'd like to find a reputable company that can basically do it all for them (lodging, cooking, help with license, taxidermy, etc).

I also want an almost 100% guarantee that he will be coming home with something. I'm totally open on where to send them as well.

Please help...thanks in advance!
Lauren

The best thing one should worry about coming home with is memories of a great hunt. There is plenty of guided hunts in texas for exotics that would seem to be a great hunt, also some real good hunts just over the border. Being he hunts whitetails already , possibly Mulies or Elk in the northwestern states? There is a huge variety of game on could sighn up for , id suggest listening to him , us guys oftern are pretty blatent on what we would like in a hunt. I highly suggest when checking out a outfitter you ask for referances, ask about hidden fees , ect.

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Location: michigan
Joined: 01/11/2007
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One of my most memorable hunts with my dad was in Colorado elk hunting. I am quite certain nothing in nature is more beautiful in nature than the Rocky Mountains in the fall near a mountain stream or lake. A good outfitter will get those guys into elk and they will be treated like kings! Have fun researching.....Let us know if you have any other ?'s..

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Location: Crested Butte Co.
Joined: 09/05/2005
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try Tenderfoot Oufitters they are in Gunnison Co. You can find them on the web if not i can contact them for you.

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Location: New Mexico/ Wyoming
Joined: 01/25/2006
Posts: 36
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I run an outfitters camp out of Big Piney Wyo. Diamond J Outfitters. We have been in the business for 25yrs. We offer Deer, Elk, Moose, Bighorn Sheep and Antelope. Nothing is 100% But Antelope is about as close as you can get. The application period for Antelope has already passed (mar 15th) If your husband and father are in good shape we will have a chance at left over elk tags in our area if they would be interested in that. If you are at all interested please give me a call and we can discuss our options. 505-334-2829
Thanks,
Kevin

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