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Note: All information on this site and our literature is provided under the condition that the customer accepts our terms.

How to book a hunt

1. First tell us in detail the hunt you want. The more we know about you, your hunting background and your goals, the better we can serve you. Do you plan to hold out for a top-end trophy? Or is high hunter success on average animals more important to you? What's your budget? Be realistic.

2. We will discuss which options you might consider, depending on your physical condition, the size of your hunting party, timing, price, and so forth.

3. We will supply as much information as we have on the hunts that interest you and will check on openings, updated prices, and so forth for you, as well as supply additional information to answer your questions.

4. If you want to talk with an outfitter or his references, we can supply this information to you upon receipt of a signed Hunts.Net Membership Agreement. The contract can be mailed, faxed or emailed to us.

5. Send your deposit to Hunts.Net. This ensures that you will continue to receive all our services, such as continued information, dispute resolution, cancellation notifications, etc. Hunters who receive information from Hunts.Net but send deposits directly to outfitters are liable for our commission, which normally is part of the price of the hunt. Except in rare and unusual circumstances, you'll pay no more when you book through us, and we often can save you money.