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Business Listing   Wilderness Shadows Hunting Preserve - Mountain Home, UT - Phone: (435) 454-3665


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Helpful Definition for: Fishing Guides Charters & Parties

Outdoor fishing guides, in Mountain Home, lead groups on recreational outing activities. They often specialize in their own areas of interest, organizing hunting and fishing expeditions or photographic and nature-study trips. Most guides work freelance and set their own prices. They attract customers by establishing a good reputation. The best guides in Mountain Home are familiar with the territory in which they work and know the habits of the wildlife in that area. Most outdoor guides are expert hunters and fishers as well.

Hunting, fishing, and other outdoor trips may last from one day to several weeks. Outdoor guides suggest what kind of camping gear and hunting equipment the party should purchase from the outfitter (the store that sells equipment and supplies). Fishing guides in Mountain Home also decide the kind of transportation mode, canoes, boats, trucks, jeeps, horses, or mules, the party will use; locate good campsites; help set up camp; and sometimes prepare meals for the party. When game is killed, guides show the party how to clean, skin, or preserve it. Guides are also responsible for the safety of the party—they must know how to administer first aid and be prepared to handle emergencies.

Fishing guides must follow good conservation practices. All states have laws about hunting and fishing that guides must know. It is up to the guides in Mountain Home to explain these laws to the people in their hunting or fishing party and make sure that they are obeyed.

Guide work is available in all states, but the majority of guides are employed in states that have sparsely populated areas, large forests, and clean lakes and rivers. Hunting and fishing guides in Mountain Homework in natural environments and enjoy experiencing life in the wilderness.

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