About Guided hunts
Guided hunts originated in the late XIX century, as affluent hunters from the more civilized regions such as London New York began to explore remote and wilder areas from Scotland and Canada to the American West, Africa and India. In an unfamiliar area, however, even a legend needs help of a person with local knowledge, both to take the hunter across the terrain, and to explain unique behaviors of local species. Today, many states and provinces require non-resident hunter to be accompanied by a licensed guide by law. Some types of hunting, that involve dogs, other animals, or sophisticated specialized equipment, naturally include the services of a guide. The duties of a guide may include the journey to the area where the hunt takes place, arranging lodging and catering, entertainment and maintaining group cohesion and good mood, especially during backcountry wilderness trips, and many other things. But the essential part of the modern guided hunt is assistance in the actual pursuit of the animal or bird: depending on the hunt, the guide sets blinds and decoys, uses calls, decides on the best route of the approach during a spot-and-stalk hunt, estimates the trophy size, and helps with packing out the trophy. Guided hunts cost more than DIY hunts, but offer numerous advantages in return, including but not limited to higher success rates, additional benefits such as the use of specific equipment, outfitter or landowner tags, and an opportunity to learn new skills and tricks. This makes guided hunts the perfect choice for both an inexperienced hunter, and for an old-timer who has little experience with a given species or location.
Introduction Package South Africa
INTRODUCTION PACKAGE Euro 3 795 Hunting 1 x 1 6 Nights/.7 Days All inclusive 1 x Hunter + 1 Observer 4 Trophy Animals Impala Blesbuck Warthog Steenbuck or Common Duiker
Trip duration: 7 days
Hunting season: 4 Dec 2019 4 Dec 2021
Spring Bear Hunt 2022 Canada
Experience the excitement and exhilaration of a real Canadian bear hunt. With us you'll trek into the Alberta wilderness for a six-day camping and hunting adventure. While there, you will enjoy all the savage beauty of a Canadian forest filled with moose, deer, grizzly and black bears, and even wolves. If you've always wanted to experience hunting bears in the wilderness, our hunters will be happy to be your guides. You'll experience our North-Central Alberta, Canada, hunting zone, where there is little local pressure on the bears since it is a non-baiting zone. It is also a two-bear area, and even better, choosing this region for a black bear hunt gives you a chance of finding a color phase bear, since some of the rare colorings can only be found farther north. We also include a wolf license in the price of your hunt. Our hunts are six days long, from Monday to Saturday. We also provide a hotel room in Barrhead the Sunday night before the hunt and the Saturday night after the hunt. Dates available: May 23-28 - 5 spots left May 30- June 4 - 6 spots left
Trip duration: 6 days
Hunting season: 23 May 2022 4 Jun 2022
High Volume Dove Shooting - El Paraiso Argentina
The lodge has around 25 shooting ﬁelds which are at a short drive through the region’s rich farmland. An average hunter may expect to shoot between 2 to 4 cases a day, and there is No Bag Limit! In the ﬁeld you will be assigned a bird-boy who will provide you with shot shells and refreshments, direct you to your shooting blind and help you load your gun. They have radio communication and can solve problems rapidly. Wake up call is generally around 7,30am and the shooting begins after a hearty breakfast. You will shoot until noon when you will be treated to an incredible lunch at the lodge. Afternoon shoot begins at around 2:30 and continues until almost dark.
Trip duration: 1 - 7 days
Hunting season: 1 Oct 2020 1 Jan 2022
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