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Cougar outfitter recommendations
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Contributors to this thread:
MichaelArnette 03-Jun-16
Buffalo1 03-Jun-16
OneShot 03-Jun-16
trapperwilliams 03-Jun-16
g5smoke21 03-Jun-16
MichaelArnette 06-Jun-16
wifishkiller 06-Jun-16
Mt. man 06-Jun-16
Scott Dulin 06-Jun-16
Scott Dulin 06-Jun-16
MichaelArnette 06-Jun-16
D.Victoria 07-Jun-16
XbowfromNY 09-Jun-16
pappy 12-Jun-16
bentstick 12-Jun-16
emptyfossil 19-Nov-16
houndy65 21-Nov-16
moch 21-Nov-16
kota-man 22-Nov-16
krieger 06-Jan-17
Owl 06-Jan-17
cattrack 06-Jan-17
lineman21 06-Jan-17
Guardian Hunter 06-Jan-17
snuffer 06-Jan-17
TREESTANDWOLF 06-Jan-17
Huntcell 06-Jan-17
standswittaknife 07-Jan-17
03-Jun-16
I'm planning a few bucket list hunts and looking at mountain lions. Who would you recommend?

From: Buffalo1
03-Jun-16
Wade Lemon- Utah

From: OneShot
03-Jun-16
Price range??

03-Jun-16
If you only want a big mature tom. And only want to go one time go with Byron Stewart. Byron will not waste your time or his chasing females and little males. I believe he has maintained 100% success for many years.

From: g5smoke21
03-Jun-16
If you want to stay in the US and pay a reasonable price...cat track outfitters in colorado is a great place. He shoots big cats and has a near 100% success....took me 6 hrs to kill a pope and young tom. Fred will work hard and mountain lion is his main species he guides...everything else is secondary. Check out there website and reviews on here

06-Jun-16
Thanks this is a good place to start, anyone else?

From: wifishkiller
06-Jun-16
Full cry here in Colorado, biggerstaff her as well both kill big toms

From: Mt. man
06-Jun-16
Allreds or Youren in Idaho.

From: Scott Dulin
06-Jun-16

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I'd vote for Tyson Mackin in Alberta. We were into cats everyday and I killed him on day 4. I don't he's had anyone not kill one.

From: Scott Dulin
06-Jun-16
He doesn't look huge, but I'm 6'3 260lbs

06-Jun-16
Nice!

From: D.Victoria
07-Jun-16
Little lost outfitters in Idaho

From: XbowfromNY
09-Jun-16
Snow/cold conditions -- Someone in Alberta Dry ground/warm conditions - Wade Eckel (AZ)

From: pappy
12-Jun-16
can anyone else give me any info or has hunted with little lost outfitters thanks

From: bentstick
12-Jun-16
If you want a different type of hunt One on One Adventures does desert hunts in NM on horses.

From: emptyfossil
19-Nov-16
Alan Bennett Pinnacle Outfitters New Mexico

From: houndy65
21-Nov-16
I am a life long houndsman, if I had to pick a place to hunt for a trophy cougar I would pick Alberta and go with Cougar outfitters, Jay Fuller. I knew cougar outfitters former owner John Cassidy way back when. If you want a chance at a B&C cat, that is where you want to go.

From: moch
21-Nov-16
Lobo outfitters in Pagosa Springs. great people who have killed very large cats.

From: kota-man
22-Nov-16
I took my B&C cat with John Cassidy and Jay Fuller Cougar Outfitters Unlimited in Alberta.

From: krieger
06-Jan-17
To jump on this subject, if a guy wanted to stay in the States, where should he be looking? Fresh snowfall being necessary, how do you book a hunt a year in advance ?

From: Owl
06-Jan-17
The way I see it, with lions, one can spend 10k once or 4.5k 3 or 4 times to send something to the taxidermist. If I had a one-off opportunity to kill a cat (particularly a big one) , I would call TNT Outfitters (Byron Stewart). I'd at least stay in the province of Alberta.

From: cattrack
06-Jan-17
Ask bou bound!

From: lineman21
06-Jan-17
Allout outfitters in Colorado/Utah. JT gets it done.

06-Jan-17
I just got a cougar today with bull basin outfitters.. Wow what an experience. Kremmling Colorado. About 150# Tom.

From: snuffer
06-Jan-17
Where's boubound when you really need him ?...

06-Jan-17
Little Lost Outfitters, Idaho ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

From: Huntcell
06-Jan-17
Boubound cat got his tongue????

07-Jan-17
Track 'Em outfitters Howard Colorado..

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