Hugh Starr Texas Ltd

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Hugh Starr Texas, Ltd.



Rated 1 out of 5.0 based on 2 Outfitter reviews.

Location: Texas

Species Hunted: Mule Deer, Wild Boar, Turkey, Dove, Quail, Bobcat

State(s) Hunted: TX

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Submitted by: Jason Cline

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Review Submitted: Jul 21, 2020

Hunt Date: Nov 20, 1993

Species Hunted: Quail

Days Hunted: 3

Hunt Type: Semi-Guided

Primary Terrain: Prairie

Method: Shotgun

Price Range: 0-499

did not met expectations Number of animals seen, met expectations?

met expectations Size of animals seen, met expections?

did not met expectations Hunting pressure in the guides area, met expectations?

did not met expectations Would you hunt with this Guide again?

Don’t waste your money

Went on a quail hunt with my dad and a close friend of his. We were promised 15-20 coveys a day. During a 3 day hunt we didn’t see 10 coveys the whole entire hunt. I’m from Arkansas and grew quail hunting we brought our own dogs so it was supposed to be a semi guided hunt. Hugh and his dad were pointing us in the directions of where the birds were supposed to be. As we worked the dogs down a fence line towards a feeder Hughs father was pulling away from the feeder on a four wheeler he had filled it up 5 minutes before we got there and couldn’t figure out why there were no birds there. It wasn’t even an automatic feeder. He basically dumped some feed on the ground. $150 a day per gun. I don’t remember the exact month and date of the hunt it may have been after Christmas it just wasn’t that memorable.


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outfitter review submitted by: Richard Jones D.O. on Dec 15 1999

Species Hunted: Whitetail Deer

Game Quality: poor

Accommodation Quality: good

Camp Condition: good

Food Quality: good

Guide Experience: fair

Other Personal Experience: n/a

Overall Impression: Poor !

Recommend: NO

Reviewer Comments: This is an expensive Trophy Whitetail Hunt,Yet Nothing Approaching Trophy quality was seen by me or five other Hunters over three Days.I feel the area Probably has too much Hunting Pressure.

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