Bar Diamond Ranch Ferrier Outfitters

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Bar Diamond Ranch/Ferrier Outfitters



Rated 5 out of 5.0 based on 1 Outfitter reviews.

Contact: Dellis Ferrier

Location: Hotchkiss, Colorado

Species Hunted: Elk, Mule Deer, Black Bear, Bighorn Sheep, Mountain Lion

State(s) Hunted: CO

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Submitted by: John Goldston

Review Submitted: Jun 10, 2011

Hunt Date: Sep 6, 2010

Species Hunted: Elk

Days Hunted: 9

Hunt Type: Drop Camp

Primary Terrain: Mountain

Method: Bow

Price Range: Any

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Great Experience

Bar Diamond Ranch supplied us with a drop camp, pack horses, and expert advice. A great experience. The outfitters really know the terrain and the game! We took two elk out of four bow hunters. We have hunter rifle and bow with them since 1992 and have never been disappointed.


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