Fort Mcmurray • Garrett Bros. Outfitting is a family owned outfit that provide's World Wide Hunts. Whitetail Deer Hunts and Fly in remote Moose hunts. We strive to get you the trophy of a lifetime. Pat Garrett has hunted all his life and know what it takes to get the game you are after. If it's a a big Alberta Trophy Canada moose or a huge Alberta whitetail deer , Maybe a Big old ram on top of a mountain peak or a trip to spain for the grand slam of ibex or any antlered game animals that you are after then give us a chance and come and hunt with Garrett Bros and you will not go home disappointed. We realize that your hunt is not only about taking the animal of a lifetime but to feel welcome and have fun, stay in comfortable clean accommodations and eat well. None of us would expect anything less on an outfitted hunt. You can be sure everything is taken care of with Garrett Bros Outfitting And World Wide Consulting.
W 3rd Ave • During the Summer we also offer an Alaska Fishing Guide and/or Wildlife Viewing adventures. Our experienced guides will take you to the best locations for fish, bear, dall sheep, goats, and more. Most physical limitations can be accommodated. D&L Outfitters will provide any needed assistance with meat processing, taxidermy and shipping. Your trip is individually designed around you with special attention to your comfort and personal preferences. Your comfort is a priority - top of the line equipment is packed in to camp, including a real latrine and HOT shower!! Your favorite gourmet foods are expertly prepared to satisfy after a great day of adventure!
Oberlin • BLACK RIVER HUNTING CAMPS specializes in guided Alaska Grizzly Bear hunts in the Talkeetna Mountains of Interior Alaska; eastern shore Kodiak Brown Bear hunts; Kodiak Island Mountain Goat hunts and Sitka Black Tail Deer hunts; Dall Sheep hunts; and Black Bear hunts in some of Alaska's more rugged and beautiful country. With hunts ranging from the river bottoms of interior Alaska to the snow crested peaks of the Talkeetna Mountains, and the grassy hills of Kodiak Island, let BLACK RIVER ALASKA HUNTING CAMPS take you on a guided hunting adventure that you will never forget.
Yukon • Grizzlies are a trophy experience of a lifetime! There is a good population of grizzlies within the area, as they are managed well, so it is not uncommon to spot or see signs of bears throughout your hunt. The Yukon has become the world's hunting destination for a first class Alaska/Yukon Moose. The Alaska/Yukon Moose are of the largest subspecies of Moose within North America. The average span of their antlers range from 57"-60" but the Tombstone is known for moose that exceed 70". We hunt both Fannin (Stone) and Dall Sheep. You will notice a wide variety of color ranging from dark Stone to light Dall. The Tombstone has taken exceptional Mountain Caribou every year. We have a good population of the local Hart River herd in our area. Mountain Caribou are an excellent add-on to our sheep and moose hunts, or can be a separate hunt throughout our season.
New Mexico • HUNT AREA: 3200 acres (5 Miles Square) of medium to rugged terrain 6500' to 7200' elevation in which the number of quality animals outnumbers the hunters. Our 8,000 sq ft Lodge was completed in 2006 and qouted as a Five Star Facility by our guests. Your home-cooked meals will be pre-pared while you sit by the fire, enjoy the wood stove and just take time to relax. There are no additional charges for staying at the ranch.
Alaska • Brown Bear hunting the Alaska Peninsula, bordering the Pacific Ocean and the Aleutian Range to the inland side. This is Native owned land skirting the fishing village of Chignik Bay. We are the exclusive use Outfitters for this untraveled area. Prized for it's savory flesh and the massive and impressive horn, the Alaskan Dall Sheep is one of the more rewarding species to hunt. The habitat of the Dall Sheep is an awe inspiring place to be, perched above the Alaskan bush line, glaciers and snow capped peaks are elemental. Our moose hunting season begins Sept. 1 – Sept. 25. Vast Alaska actively hunts the Chugach Range in units 13D and 14A and the Alaska Peninsula in unit 9E which is a federal concession. Hunting the Chugach Range is through the permit lottery. Alaska Goat Hunting season is Aug 10 – Oct. 15. The Mountain Goat is another of the high mountain inhabitants of the Chugach Range. They are one impressive animal, which has evolved specifically for steep travel.
Gakona • Matt's specialty is guide outfitting for trophy Dall sheep rams in the Tok Management Area. This family has trekked and hunted throughout the entire Tok Management Area over a period of four decades. Matt, Sue and Frank have taken many outstanding rams over 40 inches for their clients in the Tok Management Area. They are congenial hunting companions and have a strong personal commitment to the safety, comfort and success of their hunters. Alaska Hunting adventures clients also have experienced high success rates on other top Alaskan trophies including brown, grizzly and black bears, Alaska-Yukon bull moose, and mountain goat. Every hunt is custom designed to meet your specific needs. Matt uses the best means of transportation to get you into the remote parts of his hunting area.
Alaska • Fall and spring hunts are available and can be customized to create your ideal hunting experience in the last frontier. Whether you are after a single species or prefer a combo hunt, we can tailor the hunt to fit your needs. Whatever your hunting style, it will be an adventure you will never forget. There is no substitute for quality experience and 110% commitment to your hunting adventure. All hunts are based on one guide per client unless you choose to hunt with a friend. 2:1 hunts can be arranged. Bow and rifle hunts are available. Scott is a bow hunter himself and knows what a bow hunter needs to get in range of their target. Most hunts are 8-10 days, but you should allow for 1-2 days on either side of your hunt for inclement weather. We access hunting areas either by plane or by covered jet boat. Most hunts require some hiking in steep terrain. Our guide use area has several rivers and lakes to access prime hunting areas.
Alaska • I offer personalized 1 on 1 and 2 on 1 big game hunting trips lasting 10-12 days. I'm licensed in Unit 9, the Alaska Peninsula, and Unit 16. My fall hunts are limited to 7 per season and start on August 10th and run until October 21st. With Peninsula brown bear hunts occurring in May of even # years, and October of odd # years, I only book 2-4 clients per season and do most of the guiding myself.
Alaska • When you book a hunt with us you will get an experienced, professional hunting guide not a "warm body with a guide's license". We help you prepare for your hunt before you arrive by helping get your gear organized, logistics arranged, and plans ironed out. All of this allows for better service and better success, as our past hunters will attest to. We operate in many different remote and scenic parts of Alaska allowing us to choose the areas best suited to you and the game you wish to pursue. Whether it is brown or grizzly bear, Dall sheep, mountain goat, moose, caribou, Sitka deer, black bear, wolf or wolverine we can make it happen. We hold a sole use guide concession in the Denali Preserve adjacent to Denali Park. Being the only outfitter in this area gives us the opportunity to hunt hundreds of square miles without added pressure from other guides. We hunt Kodiak Island, the Alaska Range, and from our full service hunting/fishing lodge in the Lake Iliamna area.
Houtzdale • Yes, it's true. These sheep were originally purchased in 1968 from a wealthy Pittsburgh philanthropist who has been experimenting with Big Horn and Dall varieties. He wanted to breed animals that could survive and remain healthy in the wilds of the Pennsylvania mountains. By 1968 he had succeeded, but has lost interest in continuing the project any further. Our location is in west-central Pennsylvania. The elevation averages around 1700 ft. above sea level. Our winters can get as cold as 20 below zero and our summers can get up to 100+ degrees. These factors could easily be handled by pure bred Bighorn and Dall sheep, however, the dampness of our climate and low elevation in this eastern area causes pneumonia in pure breed mountain sheep. Such animals cannot live here. Our sheep are not pure blooded but specially bred to survive in this environment. They are approximately 7/8 pure Bighorn and Mountain Dall sheep.