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Coffeepot High Country Outfitters Inc.

Rated 0 out of 5.0 based on 2 Outfitter reviews.

Contact: Kelly Sanburg

Location: Montrose, Colorado

Species Hunted: Elk, Mule Deer, Black Bear, Shiras Moose

State(s) Hunted: CO


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outfitter review submitted by: Greg Baneck on Sep 28 2005

Species Hunted: Muzzleloader Elk

Game Quality: Good

Accommodation Quality: Good

Camp Condition: Good

Food Quality: Good

Guide Experience: Excellent

Other Personal Experience: Good

Overall Impression: Excellent

Recommend: Yes

Reviewer Comments: Hunted the 2005 Muzzleloader season with hunting buddy through Coffeepot Outfitters. Kelley and Monte Sandburg are very straight forward and honest about what to expect when booking through them. If you want a 400" bull, go with someone else. If you want a 300" bull and a great experience at a reasonable cost, book with them. We saw alot of animals and never saw another hunter. Shot my bull first morning of hunt and my buddy got his the next evening. Had opportunities at legal bulls each time we went out. High elevations can be expected. Our camp was at 11,450. You need to be in pretty good physical condition if you expect to get an animal. Both of our animals were harvested within a mile of our camp. Guide was exceptional. I learned more in a few days of hunting with him about calling and hunting elk than I have in 8 years of do-it-yourself hunts. Was worth the money just for the education!

outfitter review submitted by: Kurt R. Calkins on Sep 20 2005

Species Hunted: Elk Muzzleloader

Game Quality: Excellent

Accommodation Quality: Great

Camp Condition: Great

Food Quality: Great

Guide Experience: Terry Morrison Was Great

Other Personal Experience: Great

Overall Impression: Awesome

Recommend: Yes, very honest and hard work

Reviewer Comments: Hunted unit 66 muzzloader Elk hunt in the powderhorn wilderness, Coffee Pot High Country Outfitters provided everything they promised. My partner and I both scored on nice 5x5 bull elk in the first two days. This wilderness area is worth the wait for the muzzloader tag, no hunters and lots of elk. Terry Morrison our Guide was awesome, that boy knows how to hunt elk. If you are frustrated with subpar elk hunts in Colorado, look these people up, best no pressure elk hunt I have ever been on.\ Thumbs up to monte, kelley and Terry and the crew Kurt Calkins klcalks@charter.net

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