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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-10-2012, 11:33 AM Thread Starter
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Husband/wife hunt

My better half and I are interested in a elk hunt together. anyone know of any outfitters that cater to couples?

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-10-2012, 12:35 PM
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Try George Herold's outfit, Star Valley Outfitters. My wife and I went twice with them and had a great time. The hunt is horseback into the Bridger Tetons.

http://www.gameandfishnetwork.com/sh....html?oid=4648

My wife and I taking a break from glassing for elk at Star Valley.
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awesome photo. Glad the two of you spend that kind of quality time together. That is my goal a little later in life from the wife and I as well.

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Great picture....
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Mutt, when I grow up I wanna be just like you...or lowridr

lol, great shot.

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Mutt, when I grow up I wanna be just like you...or lowridr

lol, great shot.
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Roan Cliffs Outfitters, central- east Utah. CMWU tags, ( no draw). Tons of bulls, also can combine mule deer. Bulls, 320-350, mule deer, should find one 165-up to a 200 inch buck. It ain't cheap, 9500 per elk hunt, 4500 deer. First class all the way, accommodations, cooking , 1x1 guides, packers. It's all good.they have a web site. Have hunted with them four times, going back this fall for deer. They only take 4 hunters a week max.
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Re: Husband/wife hunt

Mutt,

Your link says he is in Pa???

Sounds like exactly what I am looking for...

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George Herold runs a gun shop in Waynesboro, Samuel. He and a guy by the name of Brian O'Neill own the outfit. Most of the booking is done through Herold's Gun Shop. Here is contact information should you wish to talk to George:
http://local.yahoo.com/info-12019881...ppe-waynesboro
Drop me a pm and I'll give you a phone number you can call if you want to talk to me. My wife and I have gone with them three times, and she won't go back anywhere unless she has a good time.
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