Hunting Trips, Travel, and Guides
Planning a hunting trip is much easier with expert advice and hunting travel tips. Read these articles before you go on your next hunting trip.
How do you find game-rich territory? How do you discover good motels that welcome dogs? From local Fish and Game and State Tourism personnel.
Driving into Canada to hunt is easy, but I wouldn't risk driving into Mexico unless I spoke Spanish fluently and knew “the ropes,” so to speak. Hold-ups, kidnappings and bribery are neither infrequent nor jokes down there. Best to fly in and hunt with an outfitter who knows the ins-and-outs of safe travel.
We asked NAHC members to share their hunting travel tips. Here are a few of our favorites.
In a recent survey conducted on HuntingClub.com, we asked about travel experiences related to your annual hunting trips.
Leave friends or family details of where you’re going and when you’ll be back. Include phone numbers of your outfitter or any on-site friends, lodges, motels, cafes, game wardens, etc.