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Hunting Guides and Outfitters

We will be showcasing some guides and outfitters that are a part of our #GGnation. These men and women have been a direct part of the development of our apparel and there input is priceless.  Not many hunters spend as many days in the field as they do, so as you can imagine they know gear and what is needed in their gear to be successful. As well as gear that will last an entire season.


Our first Outfitter is GT Outfitters out of Green River, UT.  These guys specialize in every big game animal that Utah has to offer.

More info: 

We are GT Outfitters, specializing in Eastern Utah Big Game. We hunt the Book Cliffs, Rattlesnake, Nine Mile and San Rafael Units. We offer elk, deer, antelope, bighorn sheep, buffalo, cougar and bear hunts. Eastern Utah is home of the famous Book Cliffs, this area provides scenery ranging from the red rock often seen in Southern Utah to the greens of the Northern Alpine regions. The altitude ranges from around 8000 feet to 4500 feet. The Book Cliffs are well known for being a sought after hunting destination, and for good reason. The variety of habitat makes this area perfect for supporting the abundant wildlife. While game is plentiful in the region, finding that trophy animal can be difficult for someone unfamiliar with the unit. That’s where we come in.

Outfitter and hunting guides, Guy, Trudy and Cody Webster. Being located in Green River, Utah means the units we hunt are just out the back door for us. Unlike others, we aren’t just a booking agent. We don’t over book because we want to personally be there to make sure your hunt is everything you deserve. You can expect to see one of us when you show up for your hunt. With a wide variety of hunting adventures to suit your needs, we strive to give the hunter a quality hunt. We work to provide the type of hunt the client prefers, “this is your hunt, not ours”.

Owning and maintaining a pack of successful big game hounds takes a year round commitment, we simply cannot put them in the safe ten months of the year. This commitment however means we spend a lot of time on the mountain when others are enjoying their normal every day lives. Contact us for more information. Click Here…

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