The links that Hunting-Trips-R-Us provides are for your convenience. We have listed the most popular upland waterfowl and other types of birds, small and big game animals. You will need to research the guides and outfitters that offers guided hunts for that animal before making any decisions.
The lay of the land is different across the United State of America and Canada and should be given thought to before planning a guided trip. For example some of the more popular game birds are located in states along the coastal areas and depending on the time of year could easily affect the quality of any guided hunt. Big game may be high in the mountains and thus would require added clothing and equipment. Much of that needed equipment can be found at the supply stores or shops that we have listed on most every webpage in our directory.
Small game, which include predator hunting or varmint hunting can be of a unique experience as well and can test your skills as a sportsman. These animals are very cleaver at knowing when there is danger in the area. A good guide or outfitter could have additional knowledge that you may not have, which could make the difference in a good trip or a great one.
We have places for taxidermy services to be listed so you can have your kill mounted. A good taxidermist can mount your bird, small or big game as if it were still alive. Always as for examples of their work before hiring them.
There is a place for hunting lodges and hotel accommodations. Some of the guides or outfitters may also have cabins or lodges that are part of the hunting package they offer. If they do then make sure if they supply food and if the cabin or lodge has running water or other utilities.
The supply stores that we list should be able fulfill any needs you may have for any guided hunting trip. From camping equipment, duck calls, shotguns and shells, to clothing and boots you should be able to find what you are looking for.
Hunting-Trips-R-Us have strived to create a great directory and would like for you to know that we are always wanting to hear from our visitors. Please drop us a line and let us know how your hunting trip went.