Here at The Hunting Report
, we make every effort to handle negative hunt reports clearly and fairly, gathering as much information as possible and presenting it so you, the reader, can make your own decision. This, however, is one case where the information we've gathered is so contradictory that, despite our best efforts, the picture remains a bit murky. And we're hoping you can help sort it out.
Subscriber George Miller is unhappy with a prairie dog hunt/shoot handled for him and his brothers in Wyoming
by Tyler Sims Outfitting
(307-760-5596) in July 2010. Miller says large dog towns were non-existent, and that they got a late start all three mornings of their hunt. He says many of the leases were also a long distance from the lodge. On the last day of the hunt, he says the guide "happened" upon a big dog town after a 30-mile drive. This turned out to be the best shooting they experienced, he says, but it was during the last couple hours of the last day. Miller rates the experience overall as "below average" and says, "The biggest problem on this hunt was too much driving and far too little shooting......