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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-18-2012, 12:39 AM Thread Starter
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A double J Outfitters

I just got back from a pronghorn hunt in Wyoming with A double J outfitters and can tell you it was a first rate experience. I had been to Wy before and could have went with the same outfitter but honestly there was no "connection" it was business as usual. Thats why when I wanted to go back I looked for someone else to go with. I found Rusty and Chris Bogers to be great people and they run a great place. We went out there with a total of 8 hunters, ranging from 29 years old to 72 years old. The guides all worked hard and put you on game. If I'm being honest I didn't think the 72 year old gentleman would get an antelope thru no fault of A Double J or his guides. The problem was he couldn't walk far and couldn't shoot to well. They busted their butts and after going thru over a box of shells he got his pronghorn. We all tagged out and had MULTIPLE opportunities and sightings. The condition of the camp, the equipment, the vehicles used, and the food along with the professionalism and hard working guides made it all a great trip. The taking of my lope was just icing on the cake. I will not ever look to go with anyone else when I go west again. It didn't matter who your guide was they all treated you great and were fun guys. Just figured I'd tell you guys and if someone can tell me how to post pictures I'd be happy to, After we tagged out the guides took us up into the Big Horn Mountains so we could see their elk camp-which was impressive. Also this was my 14 guided hunt so I know what I like and I've seen good and bad. A Double J was very good

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