By Barbara Crown, Editor
Subscriber Greg Guardo is very unhappy with a Marco Polo hunt handled for him in Kyrgyzstan
in November 2012 by Adilet Ulukmanov. While he says many things went wrong on this hunt, he is most unhappy that he has never received his trophy, despite paying for shipping ahead of time and receiving many promises from Ulukmanov.
Guardo says Ulukmanov did not deal forthrightly with him from the beginning. According to Guardo, Ulukmanov scheduled his hunt too late for him to get a full 10-day hunt, as he arrived November 21 but the season ended November 30. He did not learn this until he arrived in camp. Also, he says there was almost no game available near the main camp and that the hunters were sent, one at a time, to another camp about three hours away for a maximum of two days only.....