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Understanding Prices

Most hunt prices include guide service, lodging and meals during the hunt. Private-land hunts usually include a trespass permit or a landowner permit in the price of the hunt. A landowner permit is nothing more than an authorization or a voucher that allows you to buy from the state or province a game tag valid in a particular game management unit.

State or provincial hunting licenses, permits and tags are not included in the price of the hunt unless otherwise stated.

Also not included: sales tax (on all hunts in Canada and in some Western states, such as Idaho and New Mexico) butcher or taxidermy fees or lodging and meals before or after the hunting days. Some outfitters pick you up at the nearest commercial airport free of charge; others charge a shuttle service fee or require you to rent a car or take a bus to a ranch, camp or lodge or a nearby town. In the case of northern hunts, some outfitters include all plane flights from the nearest commercial airport; others do not include a charter flight fee to hunting camp.