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Legendary Whitetails Youth Outfitter Hoodie Inferno Medium

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Legendary Whitetails Youth Outfitter Hoodie Inferno Medium

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  • Casual V-neck for extra comfort
  • Exclusive Signature Buck logo cut out design
  • Kangaroo Pocket
  • Camo accents
Our most popular hoodie now in youth sizes!  Featuring camo accents and a casual V-Neck to provide extra comfort for the kids.  80⁄20 cotton⁄poly blend for low shrinkage and outstanding durability.Material : 70% Cotton and 30% PolyesterWash: Turn garment inside out, machine wash cold with like colors. Normal cycle only. Use only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low. Warm iron if needed. Do not iron on decoration.

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Elk Outfitter #archery

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Please recommend a good elk outfitter. Please only reply if you actually hunted with the guide service. I want to do a guided archery elk hunt. I want to do a horse back pack in style hunt. I prefer the hunt to be in the 4000 to 5000 dollar price range. I prefer Colorado. I am also willing to do Montana and Idaho.

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Outfitter killed = to Self Scouted/Home Killed #archery

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For those of you who have killed your trophies from both an outfitter or paid hunt as well as from your home hunting grounds, do the trophies hold equal weight in your thoughts of pride? In other words are you or would you be just as proud of a buck that you paid your hard earned cash to walk into a piece of land that you have never scouted and kill a trophy deer that you have never seen or put any work into killing compared to a deer that was taken from your home hunting grounds, chased for possibly a couple years, narrowing his stomping grounds down, tirelessly looking at trail cam pictures until that final moment when it all comes together, and you and this deer connect paths and you take him down?
I have been on a paid hunt to Missouri in the past, passed on quite a few bucks that I did not think were "Missouri Big" and were similar in size to deer I have killed here in VA and ended up coming home empty handed. But, I wonder, if I had killed one of those "Missouri Big" deer, would I be just as proud as the bucks that I have already killed and put hundreds of hours into pinning down and finally killing? Even if I did kill a Missouri giant, I still think I would be more proud of my 110-130 inch deer that I poured my heart and soul into killing here in Virginia.
What do you think? My father wants to go back to try another hunt for some big whitetail, but I have a hard time spending that much cash on something that kind of just sits in my mind as a wall decoration. Yea I know you still have to make the shot and have a little luck on your side, but essentially, no effort in my part will be part of the most important parts of killing the deer. The chase is what makes the story great. No one reads the last couple chapters of a book or watches the end of a movie and nothing else. Everything leading up to the climax is what makes each kill so special. There may not be as many opportunities to kill 180" deer here in western VA, but they do get killed, you just have to work that much harder for them. We had 3 big ones we were chasing this year that would have all been bigger then anything I have had a chance to kill and I spent atleast 3-4 days a week from Bow starting in Oct to the first week in Jan trying to kill one of them, but never did. Actually, I only seen one during daylight for about 3 seconds before he disappeared and my dad missed one somehow. We would get pictures by the dozens just before and after daylight at all of our stands like they were teasing us, but never confronting us. To me, it only makes it that much sweeter when I finally do connect with one of them. Much sweeter then if I just showed up one day and killed a similar buck on an outfitter. But, thats just my thought for the day…
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Ky bow hunt , outfitter ?

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Looking for a reasonable , creditable outfitter with a bow hunt only operation . I typically hunt public land there , but want to take my wife on her first out of state hunt. Prefer western Ky.
Any personal experiences would be nice .


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Iowa Outfitter

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Need suggestions for an outfitter in Iowa to bow hunt for the 2016 season. We have a group of 4 that will apply
with 3pts in May. Has anyone had good feedback from an outfitter they have used and would go back?

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Sulpher creek outfitters. ..anyone have any experience with this outfitter

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Like the post asks….I have a couple buddies go up for about a year or two now and they like it…anyone else deal with them


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Cabelas Outfitter Brown Camo

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I bought myself Cabelas Berber fleece in Outfitter Brown this past year and am wondering if anyone else has it and what they think about it (the camo pattern that is). I ask because I can barely find any opinions or photos on the internet about Outfitter Brown, most people just talk about the regular outfitter pattern, but just because its not popular don’t mean it can’t be good! The jacket and bibs are amazing in terms of quality, comfort, and warmth; but I’m afraid outfitter brown may be too dark? I just thought it looked like it would blend with tree bark well, but now I’m learning that more open patters with lighter colors (like predator brown deception/fall gray, natural gear, vertigo, etc.) are better in most people’s opinions. In early season I’m sure it doesn’t matter much, but in this late season I feel like my outfitter brown may be blobbing me too much and maybe just the regular Cabelas Outfitter camo pattern would be better. Or of course I could try predator or something.

I’m in New Jersey btw, so hunting mostly in oaks. Would appreciate any thoughts, especially if anyone actually has outfitter brown.

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Outfitter hunts are you against or for?

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For me shooting the animal is just a small part of bow hunting. I take pride in the time I spent in the field getting to know the area and the animal habits. I have never done a Outfitter hunt or a guided hunt, so I guess I cannot judge them. I just don’t think I would like it knowing someone else did all the work and all I had to do was make the shot. To date my best trophy is a 4 point buck shot my 3rd year ever hunting. It took me 3 years to get my first deer and I earned it. I realize many people do not have much time to put into hunting, but I think I would still rather go and not get anything than to just kill an animal because it’s a trophy. Don’t get me wrong though I guess you might say I’m a trophy hunter now, but I will shoot an injured deer and burn my tag on that. I did it last year.

After proof reading this (not for punctuation or spelling by the way just to make sure it makes sense) I remembered why I thought of this. I am a new dad as of May 7th (its a boy) I want my son to expirience the outdoors and not take what I would call the easy way to bag a trophy. I want him to get skunked for a couple years and really cherish that hard earned animal. On the other hand I have never hunted through an outfitter so I do not know how hard it really is all I see are the hunting shows where they sit down and look at pictures of deer from trail cams and say "thats the one I want!" then kill it.

So if you are pro outfitter let me know why. I want to know as I have never done it and am an open minded guy. If you are against it let me know too! If you are undecided… you get the drill.

P.S. If there is fighting and what not I’ll just lock the thread. I don’t want a couple egos getting in the way of what matters here.


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