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ALL HUNTS HAVE BEEN UPDATED.  UPDATED PICTURES COMING IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS!!

 

2019 hunts are getting booked early, especially the elk and pronghorn hunts, so call ASAP if you are serious for next fall and you should be looking now for 2020.

 

Here are a few of our hunters just returning from some early season hunts.


Don Engebregtsen with his first bull taken in Utah on Hunt EK830.


Bill Devore with a fantastic Yukon bull moose on Hunt MS135.


HCU’s Bob Wodzisz had his hunting pal, Chris Inverso, out in Utah on a September rifle bugle hunt and Chris tagged this beautiful bull.


Jarrod Ward took these 2 trophies on a British Columbia moose/goat combo Hunt 491.


Stan Myers took this great Colorado pronghorn with super mass on Hunt PG554.


Mark Muchow with his Newfoundland bull on Hunt MS94.


Jim Bonetti returned to Colorado for a bigger pronghorn and he succeeded on Hunt PG554.


Don Balla took his first bull on a Utah CWMU September rifle Hunt EKGE72.


Bill Devore took this record book grizzly along with his super Yukon bull moose on Hunt MS135.


Gary Preston made a 500 yard plus shot to drop this great Utah bull on Hunt EKGE72.


Frank Kusler with his Yukon archery bull on Hunt MSB135. Frank needs only 2 animals to finish his 29 North American big game with the bow, an incredible feat.


Bill Laborie and his 3 hunting buddies all tagged out on good bulls. Here is Bill with a fantastic 7×7 on Hunt EK255.

Mark Smith took this Colorado muley during bow season on Hunt MDB163.


Joe Venazindis saw some great bucks on his bowhunt and tagged out the last day with this buck


John Snipes used up his 6 Wyoming preference points to draw his pronghorn tag and put it to good use on this 80 inch plus goat on Hunt PG371.

MOUNTAIN LIONS


Scott Wimer with his big Colorado tom on Hunt ML675.

HUNT ML675 in western Colorado has a few scattered spots from early December to February of next winter. Success on big cats has been unmatched with 10 hunters killing 10 cats so far, 9 toms and one female, he still has 3 hunters to go in April. Price is $6,000
5 days 1×1 with cabin accommodations and meals.

 

DISCOUNTED TEXAS FREE RANGE WHITETAILS IN THE HILL COUNTRY

This longtime outfitter has a few openings available for this December now priced at only $3,200 for a 4 day hunt and the dates could work for students over Christmas break. He has a couple private ranches with over 30,000 acres and success typically runs near 100 percent on bucks averaging about the 130 class and they normally take a few top end bucks breaking the 150 inch mark. High deer numbers, nice comfortable ranch house accommodations, good weather and fun guides make up a recipe for an affordable and enjoyable hunt. Airport pickup in San Angelo is also included. Hunt WD233.

 


Hurley Blankenship took this beautiful 40 inch ram on day #1 in northern British Columbia on Hunt SS491.


Ken Patula and his hunting buddy, Bruce Parsley, took a couple nice caribou bulls on their Alaska hunt CU64.


Allen Henderson just back from his second safari with this outfit. Here he is with an old trophy buffalo and a magnificent nyala.

 

MUSKOX HUNT WAS A BIG SUCCESS AND CHEAP

HCU’s Bob Wodzisz took a hunter with him checking out a new Greenland muskox/caribou operation in early March. Spring hunts are just for muskox as the better caribou bulls have lost their antlers by this time. The fall hunt can include caribou along with muskox.

Bob and Dennis flew out of Chicago to Copenhagen, Denmark on an 8 hour flight. Spent the night close to the Copenhagen airport at a nice hotel priced at $290 for double occupancy with a great breakfast. They also have a nice restaurant and lounge. Next day took a 4 hour flight to Kangerlussuaq, Greenland where they were met by the outfitter and dropped off travel clothes and gear not needed for their hunt. Went by pickup for about 40 minutes driving up a frozen fjord. Went another 45 minutes by track ATV and snowmobile on the frozen river to their camp. Normally they are able to drive trucks to the camp, but this spring it was unusually colder and they had to reach camp by other means. Camp was a small heated cabin with outhouse facilities, no shower, but not necessary as the spring hunt is only 3 days. Bob had enough time to get out and harvest an arctic hare before supper consisting of muskox meat.

First morning out they took ATV’s up the frozen river system glassing for muskox. By 10 am they had seen 3 groups of muskox totaling about 30 animals and Bob’s hunter, Dennis, killed a nice mature bull they estimated at 10 years of age. Back to camp by 1 pm where they had a nice lunch. Bob and his guide went back out in the afternoon where they looked over 5 more groups of muskox totaling about 50 animals and decided to pass and spend a little more time hunting the next day.

Second morning after a big breakfast they headed down another river system and up into the mountains. Passed on a group of 5 bulls and rode into a big wide valley where they glassed 5 more groups consisting of about 40 muskox in all. The guide picked out an old mature bull and Bob filled his tag. After pictures, skinning and quartering they headed back to camp while chasing a few ptarmigan on the way. After a big supper they had an enjoyable night watching a spectacular display of the Northern Lights.

Third day since their tags were filled they decided to pack up and head back to town. They were dropped off at a hotel by the Kangerlussuaq airport, where a room was priced at $275 for double occupancy. The hotel had a small restaurant/lounge and a couple close local souvenir shops to purchase a few trinkets. They checked in grabbed a shower and supper, while the guide brought back their travel clothes and stored luggage.

Fourth day they flew out of Greenland about noon, landed in Copenhagen, Denmark that evening and spent the night. Next day they left Copenhagen about noon, flew to New Jersey then the last flight to home arriving around 6 that evening.

Current price in this spring muskox hunt is $5,200.

Bob is looking to put together a small group for the fall muskox hunt that can INCLUDE A CARIBOU for late September or early October of 2018. We are anticipating a 5 or 6 day hunt will be priced at $6,100 for muskox or caribou only or a combination would be $8,900. This would most likely be the pricing if we can get September dates that will not require a helicopter transfer.

If you are interested in possibly going along on this 2018 fall hunt call Bob Wodzisz at 330-730-3473 or if you just want to discuss a future Greenland hunt.  Hunt MU299.

 


Bob Wodzisz with his nice mature muskox bull.


Bob and Dennis Bzwoka with Dennis’s muskox taken on the first morning.


Bob Wodzisz also connected on this big arctic hare.


This was Bob and Dennis’s camp during their hunt. Nothing fancy, but warm and did just fine.


A couple guides and the cook having a dinner in camp.

Our 36 page color 2019 Big Game Annual will be sent out late January and if you are not on our mailing list please email us your address so you receive the new brochure.

HCU has just started an email list to ensure that our clients get the latest information on any last minute deals that come up through the year due to cancellations and other discounts.  We have sent one email to date, if you have not received it, and would like to receive this information over email, please email one of the consultants listed below and we will add your email to the listing.

          

 Seminole Prairie Safaris 

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Scott Steinkruger
P.O. Box 254
Bushland, TX 79012
office: 806-353-3634
e-mail: 
scott@besthunts.net
Cliff Graham
7931 Franklin Road
Evans City, PA 16033
office: 724-538-8686
e-mail: 
cliff@besthunts.net
                 
Bob Wodzisz
Box 244
Peninsula, OH 44264
office: 330-730-3473
e-mail: 
bob@besthunts.net
Craig Green
3348 Woodwind Drive
Jefferson Hills, PA 15025

office: 412-606-9551
e-mail: 
craig@besthunts.net