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We offer information that enables you to choose a hunt that offers your best chance of tracking down and seeing the game animal you are looking for. We work with many outfitters, ranchers, local experts and bush pilots to help you plan a memorable and successful hunting trip. Please feel free to call or email us with your needs. We have been in business for 25 years and became the first hunting consultant company with our own website. A catsup company beat us to hunts.com, but we have built hunts.net into the most helpful website on the Internet for sportsmen who want to plan the best hunt possible for their time and money.
You need to hunt in the right place at the right time to maximize your chances of success. Use our experience to ensure that you have the hunting experience of a lifetime. Whether your preference is Utah mule deer hunting, New Mexico elk hunting, amazing Kansas whitetail hunting, or Colorado antelope hunts on private or public land, Hunts.Net will put you in the center of the action. Maybe youre the sort of hunter who enjoys hunting the same place over and over, or maybe you like to try a new place every time you go afield. Either way, we are a resource you need to help you book your next hunting trip. Call today.
Our company can you book you on almost any hunting trip possible. A few examples: African safaris, grizzly bear hunts in Canada or Alaska, exotic hunts in Texas, or hunting expeditions for Dall sheep, wild turkey, whitetail deer, pronghorn antelope, mule deer, tule, Roosevelt or Rocky Mountain elk. Our network of outfitters and guided hunting trips gives us the ability to put every one of our clients on a hunting trip they always dreamed of experiencing with an excellent chance of bringing home a trophy to ensure that you remember your experience.
We are avid hunters ourselves and know what it takes to have a successful all around hunting trip. We strive to match up each guest and hunt provider so that all our customers have a great experience. If you are looking to hunt whitetail deer, antelope, mule deer, elk and want to travel to experience a different terrain, Hunts Net has information you can use.
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Note: Prices and other details about hunting opportunities constantly change.
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DEADLINE March 20
for New Mexico elk, deer and antelope permit applications. 10 percent of all tags are reserved for outfitter clients, so you can dramatically increase your odds of drawing a quality tag by booking with an outfitter. Call us for some great options. In many cases a guided hunt is less than the cost of a landowner voucher.
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DEADLINE April 3
to apply for Colorado elk, deer, pronghorn antelope, moose and bear hunting licenses. We have some excellent opportunities in areas where you can plan to draw a tag. We also book hunts in units where you need preference points. Landowner vouchers will be available in many units for hunters who don't draw tags or who don't want to use up their preference points this year. (See right).
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Mule Deer Hunt No. 3841
Alberta two-bear hunt
We have openings for black bear hunters who are allowed to take two animals. Dates: May 6-13 and May 13-20. Price is $2,850. Tags and tax are extra. Meals and accommodations included. The outfitter loves his new area north of Slave Lake because there is virtually no local hunting pressure. He took 14 bears for eight hunters in 2011 with only one bear under six feet and three over seven feet. Northern pike fishing in a local lake can keep you busy during the middle of the day. BL5247.
Landowner vouchers in Colorado
One of the best ways to enjoy a do-it-yourself hunt for quality animals is to buy a transferable Colorado landowner permit. Landowners won't know until June 15 whether they will have drawn any elk, deer or antelope vouchers. You can reserve one by placing a deposit with Hunts.Net. As soon as a voucher becomes available in the unit you want and at the price you want, we will reserve your voucher. You'll then have seven days to pay the balance to the landowner. Note: Prices are NOT expected to be lower than in 2011. We also can help you find vouchers in Utah and Nevada and elk and pronghorn vouchers in New Mexico. In all these states we have outfitters who buy landowner vouchers for clients who want to hunt without waiting years to draw a quality tag.
Northern Utah deer and elk hunts conducted by rancher
This ranch offers high success on elk and mule deer. Very low hunting pressure. Landowner's family conducts the hunt. Details.
Two moose spots in Alberta
Two slots are open for moose hunting in Zone 528 from Sept. 16 to 23. Price is $3,500. Both hunters got moose last year within 90 minutes. Neither hunter wanted to hold out for a trophy and shot bulls with antlers in the mid-30s. There are bulls in the high 50s in this area. Trophy quality has improved greatly since the province stopped selling over-the-counter tags to residents. Now hunting is limited, and residents must draw a tag to hunt. The nonresident quota is issued to outfitters. Hunt MS5247
Colorado private-land cougar hunts, $4,500
One of our favorite Colorado outfitters is also a houndsman who loves to chase mountain lions on his own ranch and properties owned by neighbors. He sent me these pictures last week of 15-year-old Jordyn and her first cougar. If you want a cougar, give us a call. Details.
Alberta whitetails during the rut
This hunt takes place in an area near Whitecourt where there are some giant bucks. The outfitter said he sees one or two monsters every year, animals with racks that score close to or more than 200 gross Boone and Crockett points. The biggest bucks int he area tend to be nontypicals. He said hunters who are a little selective should take bucks that score in the 150s. The truly big animals are rare and hard to tag. Hunt WD5247.