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  1. High Point Outfitters

    Highlight Video of HPO's 2014 Season

    We just launched our highlight video from our 2014 season. We will be posting each hunt separately over the next few months so if you like what you see subscribe to our YouTube Channel so you won’t miss any of upcoming videos. http://youtu.be/0z-1RN4dQ-g
  2. Please help me welcome our newest sponsor, High Point Outfitters! Check out their website and their Youtube channel. http://www.highpointoutfitters.net/ http://www.youtube.com/user/HighPointOutfitters?feature=watch High Point Outfitters is co-owned by Kevin Call, Blake Call and John Adams. They started their guiding business in 2008 and have had great success since then. They specialize in Elk, Antelope, Mule Deer and Coues Deer. They guide between 18-24 clients each year and had 20 hunters in 2013. They guide exclusively in Arizona (no Mexico or NM hunts). Because they live up in Flagstaff, they know the northern units very well. Although their focus the last several years have been on Elk, Antelope and Mule Deer, they now have on staff a couple Coues guides (Chris Barreras and Ben Sandall) who can provide great Coues hunts for units 6A, 6B, 8, 22 and 23. High Point Outfitters can provide whatever type of camp the hunter desires. Normally they use trailers and wall tents and have a great cook on staff. Owner Kevin Call said, "We provide both guide only hunts and fully outfitted hunts where the hunter can just bring their gun and sleeping bag. We pick them up at the Flagstaff airport and we take care of everything. Depending on the hunt we provide all transportation including Quads for some units. We stay in trailers and wall tents. We provide showers every day with warm comfortable accommodations so people can hunt hard every day. We provide first class meals that include our opening day Steaks and ice cream and Dutch oven cobbler. Hard to beat. We have been told by more than a few of our hunters that we provide a first class camp and the best they have ever stayed in. We believe in being comfortable." I called several of their past clients and these are the types of comments I heard about HPO service: "Highly professional!!" "Good family people!" "Great knowledge of the hunt unit!" "Very personable and professional!" "Highly recommended!" "Fantastic!" "Perfect hunt!" These guides are dedicated to making your hunt the best it can be. They work hard to try and get record book animals on every hunt. They guide archery and rifle hunters. When I asked about their success rate, here is what Kevin said, "I am a CPA by trade so I do keep stats. I think we need to have some basis for seeing how we are doing. With that said we do have some trophy hunters that would prefer to hunt the full hunt and not punch their tag without taking home the best animal that they have available to them. We have had 100% opportunity to harvest an animal on all of our hunts. Since 2008 we have had the following success: Rifle Antelope – 100% Archery Elk – 67% Early Rifle Elk – 100% Late Rife Elk – 54% Rifle Deer – 100% They also guide just about any type of hunter, from a novice to a true trophy hunter. They have been very successful at making first time hunters successful. And they have helped their clients take amazing animals. Give High Point Outfitters a call and check out their website. Find out what HPO can do for your next hunt! Here are some pics: Watch their highlight video from 2013
  3. High Point Outfitters

    New Video of 2013 Season

    It is that time of year again to dream of all the tags that we want this fall. HPO thought it would be good to have some visuals to help you dream about all of the Arizona tags you are going to get this year! Check out our 2013 Highlight Video and let us know what you think? Watch a 85+" goat go down at 670 yards If you want to see some more videos subscribe to our YouTube Channel to see our new videos as they get posted. All of last year’s hunts will start getting posted next week. Don’t miss them! We just had a hunter’s story published in the latest Huntin’ Fool magazine. Check it out Once-In-A Lifetime (Hajjar Antelope Hunt) 1-14 Huntin Fool.pdf We are new to the site so please let us know if you like videos or photos to be posted to the site.
  4. Gut Pile

    The Blood Instinct Blog

    Hi All, I just finished a write up off my Javelina season. I really enjot writing and outdoor journalsm, DYI filmimg and photos, Please check it out and join if you like! I'm always looking for sponsors and I'd even be happy to just add a company Logo to the sight with no strings...but I do it because I love it and hope you all do too http://www.BloodInstinct.blogspot.com Message me if you would like to post your company logo!
  5. Gut Pile

    1st Javy with a Pistol

    Well, after missing a nice Javy bow hunting early season, thanks to the new 2 bag limit I had rifle tag for this month down south. I only had 2 days to hunt (the last 2 days of the season) due to work, so I booked it down there right after punching out. I hit the tent around 11pm and rose before the sun. I hunted a spot I killed a brute Javy in '09, but nothing showed but a fox which I missed unfortunately. I spent the afternoon checking out the beautiful desert and ancient ranch houses. I decided that I would hunt near camp where there are washes and small hills to glass from. I set up for about an hour and saw nothing, so decided to give my varmint call a try. Maybe get a yote or a fox if not a pig. 15 mins of calling I spotted movement in the brush. It's a Javelina and he was now at 20yds! Too close for my REM .300 Ultra Mag, would've turned him inside out. So I grabbed my Ruger GP100 .357mag off my hip and snuck a little closer. I had a shot through a hole in a bush and let him have it. Even with 220 grain Buffalo Bore bullets he still managed to slip away. Now the light was starting to fade as started the track job. I knew he didn't go far but the dense brush made it a little spooky as I thought I hit him a little far back. I found him after 5 mins of searching and he was MAD! Jaw popping, lunging at me even with a shattered pelvis, and hackles straight up! One more hit of "Big Medicine" ( my .357) and One Happy Hunter. It was so much fun. I hunt alone often and sometimes that's just what I need. Kill or no kill I love AZ!
  6. Pulled a Javy tag for a unit I pulled a brute out of. Gonna try hard to do it again! Excited! This is the brute from 09'
  7. Gut Pile

    Blood Instinct

    http://www.bloodinstinct.blogspot.com/ Please enjoy my write up on my Father & I's turkey hunting trip. Great pics & videos.
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