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A Lazy H Outfitters



Rated 0 out of 5.0 based on 2 Outfitter reviews.

Contact: Joe Haas

Location: Choteau, Montana

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

State(s) Hunted: MT

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outfitter review submitted by: Daniel F. Courtier on Jul 3 2003

Species Hunted: Elk/Mule Deer

Game Quality: Poor

Accommodation Quality: Good

Camp Condition: Good

Food Quality: Good

Guide Experience: Fair

Other Personal Experience: Fair

Overall Impression: Poor

Recommend: Not for Hunting

Reviewer Comments: I hunted with A Lazy H in the fall of 2000. The hunt was advertised as an early season rifle bugle elk hunt. Hunted for a whole week and never saw an elk, never heard a bugle. The hunting day consisted of riding out of camp in the morning, sitting on top of a ridge for the whole day then riding back to camp. Two hunters out of the six that were in camp with me killed mule deer. One 24" 4 x4 the other a 2 x 3. I did enjoy the pack in experience and would consider taking my wife back for a wilderness trail ride in the summer. I would not hunt with A Lazy H Again.


outfitter review submitted by: Greg Staples on Oct 20 2001

Species Hunted: Elk / Mule deer

Game Quality: Decent

Accommodation Quality: Excellent

Camp Condition: Excellent

Food Quality: Excellent

Guide Experience: 1 excellent, 1 not

Other Personal Experience: Excellent

Overall Impression: wonderful

Recommend: Highly

Reviewer Comments: Sally runs an excellent operation. Great stock and crew. Everything you could want and more on a deep woods wilderness hunt. Our car had trouble on the way and she got it fixed while we were in camp. She had coffee waiting after the ride out of the woods. etc, etc . etc. Head guide Greg Funk knows the area and knows how to find elk. He puts in a tireless effort and got people close to legal bulls 4 times. Guide John's hunters never saw an elk during the week.He did spot a 30 inch mule deer though. Johns 1st year as guide. He didnt want to put in an effort. He called it hunting smart. I call it hunting lazy. He might not be back as lazyness doesn't wash with Greg. However, he was responsible and eager to handle his duties as far as camp work and when one of us killed a small mulie. He just had an aversion to walking up hill. Greg is also a trained EMT and when a hunter not with our party shot himself, Greg knew what to do and got the boy out of the wilderness. You are as safe as can be expected with this outfit. Dont worry about outside hunters in this area. Its big country and in a week we saw only 4 locals. Even though no elk were killed we came close 4 times. Which is all you can ask for. If you want a pack in wilderness hunt that is safe with good equipment and people you can depend on, along with a decent chance to kill elk or mule deer, these people have what you want.

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