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UZ-A-BOW said:
Just a couple of questions. Does anyone know of any companies that are looking for hunting guides? Can you make money for being a hunting guide?

thanks, Luke
Not a lot of money or sleep involved with being a guide, especially if your guiding a lot of tight A##es from Utah. No offense, I'm from here, but that's my experience and feedback.
 

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Treehugnhuntr said:
UZ-A-BOW said:
Just a couple of questions. Does anyone know of any companies that are looking for hunting guides? Can you make money for being a hunting guide?

thanks, Luke
Not a lot of money or sleep involved with being a guide, especially if your guiding a lot of tight A##es from Utah. No offense, I'm from here, but that's my experience and feedback.
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UZ-A-BOW said:
so if I wanted to look into it...what companies are best to look at?
Guide schools are a scam, IMHO. I would suggest calling some of the bigger outfitters, maybe some of the CWMU operators listed in the Big Game Proclamation. Have a 'resume' handy, what I mean is have some photos showing you with quality animals or footage of live quality animals you have located. I would guess working for a CWMU operator would be easier to hire on with that a MossBack or Extreme Outfitters, but you will never know unless you try. When I was looking for guides, I was looking for 'people skills' as much as 'hunting skills', a good outfitter can teach the hunter skills, you either have/don't have people skills.

Good luck, if you have any specific questions, feel free to shoot me a PM.

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