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UKhunterjmss 08-19-2011 12:04 AM

Honeymoon to America/Canada hunting advice
 
Hi, I am looking for a little bit of help and advice, I live over the water in the UK and hunt all 6 species of deer found in the UK.
In June next year I will be getting married and for our honeymoon we are thinking of travelling America and Canada, as me and my future wife both shoot we would love to combine our holiday with some hunting, we are not totally set on dates but are thinking around end of June/July time.
It is our dream to travel America and Canada and to combine some form of hunting would be fantastic. Whether it be Bear, Turkey, Deer anything would be great?
We are starting with a totally blank canvas for our trip so any advice or ideas would be fantastic, with regards to routes, hunting species, outfitters?
If anyone would like to know anything about hunting in the UK feel free to ask!
Thanks in advance, any advice would be greatly appreciated!
Jonathan

Okefenokee Knives 08-19-2011 03:22 AM

Hi
If you come in june or july you will miss most of the hunting seasons for deer,turkey ,elk. Most deer seasons start ,for guns, around the end of october. Some states have a fall season for turkey, so you could hunt either. Most states allow hunting wild hog year round and some game ranches will have fallow deer you can hunt when ever you want. Hope this helps .Congrats on finding a lady that loves to shoot.

bchunts 08-19-2011 06:08 AM

You could still do a spring bear hunt during your time frame.

UKhunterjmss 08-19-2011 09:00 AM

Thanks guys , yeah from the research I had done on the Internet I was fairly sure I was missing the deer seasons although I was not quite sure if the gun and bow seasons were the same . So it's looking like bear or hog are an option, are these both fairly wide spread or colonised to areas ? What would you expect the costs to be ish? Thanks for the response


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