HUNTING GUIDES & OUTFITTERS
GUIDES & OUTFITTERS LIST
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All the guides, outfitters and DIY businesses listed below have been verified and vetted by a group of avid hunters who's only goal is to give you the best hunt of your life.
We don't charge you for this service, and although some outfitters give us a small commission, that's not why we're in this. We know how hard it is to find the right guide and we don't want you to go in blind, trusting your safety to someone who may not have the best reviews. Find out who the local hunters recommend.
Get in touch. Please send us an email and we will set up a time to talk to you about your specific needs and get your hunt set up with a skilled outfitter or vetted DIY business.
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Benefits of Using a Registered Outfitter
Outfitters must be registered, bonded and insured to operate in Colorado and have permits to operate on public lands. If your outfitter is operating illegally, you run the risk of having your hunt canceled in progress and your game confiscated. Knowingly contracting with an illegal outfitter could result in felony convictions for all hunters involved. And you may not have legal recourse if you are injured or your illegal outfitter does not provide the services you purchased.
Things To Ask To Be Sure Your Outfitter is Properly Registered:
What is your Outfitter Registration number?
Will we be hunting on public lands at any time? If so, do you have a Bureau of Land Management or U.S Forest Service permit?
Indications Of An Illegal Outfitter:
Outfitter does not provide a written contract.
Outfitter counsels you not to talk to State or Federal officers or asks you to say you're just friends or family hunting together.
Verify your outfitter's registration by contacting the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies - Office of Outfitters Registration.