Double H Outfitters bags best hunting camp
Hunting is big in Moffat County.
Big game and a beautiful backdrop draw a big crowd and one outfitter stood above the rest.
In the 2016 Best of Moffat County contest, Double H Outfitters was voted the Best Hunting Outfitter in the county.
Owner Casey Herod has been running his outfit for three years and he said it was “pretty cool” to be voted best of Moffat County.
Herod said his operation is all about customer service and game management.
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“We make sure our clients have a 110 percent good time so they want to come back,” he said.
Double H offers lion, elk, deer and antelope hunts.
“If you chose to hunt with Double H Outfitters you can expect a life time memory, quality food, great accommodations, knowledgeable guides, quality hunt, laughs and a desire to come back,” Double H Outfitters’ website states.
Herod said even though he is new to the game, he is starting to get a lot of repeat customers and his business has doubled each year.
“I’ve had very few people go home unhappy,” he said.
Running a good outfitting operation comes down to several factors, Herod said.
“It’s comes down to good hunters, good guides, good landowners that we lease property from and good game management practices,” he said.
For information on Double H Outfitters and pricing information visit their website at http://www.herodinc.com/double-h-outfitters/http://www.herodinc.com/double-h-outfitters/ or find them on Facebook. or find them on Facebook.
http://www.herodinc.com/double-h-outfitters/ or find them on Facebook.
Herod said he appreciated the award and intends to continue providing quality outfitting services.
“We must be doing something right. We appreciate the community’s support,” he said.
He also thanked his team.
“Camie Haskins and I could not run and be so successful with our hunting business without the following help: Joe Herod, Grant Jones, Tony Graejda, Jess Haskins, Josie Haskins, Dallin Staker, Roger Richmond and Lynn Haskins,” Herod said.
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