depends on how hard they work for you to get your animal (s). I was just on a bear hunt and everyone in camp busted there [censored] for us and great food. I gave 20% of the trip cost to my guide and 100 to the cook.
the thrill is not in the kill, but in the experience
i do not believe 10% of hunt cost is a good thing. give what you can give. tips are not part of the hunt cost and should not be expected. hunts cost alot of money up front for the services rendered. tips should not be part of the successful eqation of the hunt for a guide. the outfitter pays the guide and iuf the guide isnt being paid enough and relies on tips for his living then he needs to find work for another outfitter. to be blunt this whole tipping thing and percentage thing really makes me mad. i save alot of money to go on the hunts i do. and the average that some people think is appropriate for tipping is way to high