Phone: 123-456-7890

Toll Free: 800-123-4567

Fax: 123-456-7891

Location:
1234 Alloufitter's Lane
Alloutfitter Lake, MI 12345
United States of America

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 123
Alloutfitter Lake, MI 12345
United States of America
AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter
General Info:
AllOutftters.com's Sample Outfitter is used to show how a featured outfitter account profile page on AllOutfitters.com can promote your business. Whether you are an outfitter, lodge, guide, or resort, alloutfitters.com's profile page can give your clients any and all important information, as well as provide an unlimited amount of photos, and also provide up to date field reports and updates to your business.

This is where you would provide general information about your outfitter or lodge.  This can include information about you, your history, your interests, or how long you have been in business. There is no need to get too detailed about hunting, fishing, wingshooting, and/or adventure because there is plenty of room for that in the specific sport sections. For example:

AllOutfitters.com Sample Outfitter is located in a remote region of Michigan where there are no other lodges or roads.  This lets our clients enjoy the great white north at it's fullest potential.  Whether you are interested in sitting in a tree stand in search of a monster buck, or hunkering down in a duck blind with a flock of Mallards flying in, or setting the hook on over 100 walleye a day, or snowmobiling the flawless trails Michigan has to offer, AllOutfitters.com Sample Outfitter is the destination for you.

We have been providing clients with a 5 star resort style vacation since 2005 and have a 100% success rate.  Please look around our AllOutfitters.com profile page for all our information as well as photos and field reports, and then contact us for your next outdoor adventure!
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Field Reports:
AllOutfitters.com Launches Gun Dog Directory
Posted: March 21, 2012
We have just launched our Gun Dog directory.  With the same ease as hunting, fishing, wingshooting, and adventure you can now search for your next Gun Dog.  You can search by location, and breed.  And Featured Breeders can indicate services they provide such as stud services, training, started and finished dogs, as well as boarding services.  So if you are a gun dog breeder looking to promote your business on the internet like never before, sign up today!

Trout fishing at its best.
Posted: January 28, 2012  -  Last Updated: February 15, 2012
After a day of pheasant hunting, these boys decided they wanted to get the waiters on and spend the last couple hours of light casting for trout.  We were not surprised at all when they came back with a stringer full of rainbows and browns.  This all happened in less than an hour.

Caught this guy walking around the property today!
Posted: January 28, 2012
As I was out moving deer stands around for our next clients, I looked up and saw this monster about 40 yards from me.  Luckily I had the big camera in the ATV with me and immediately grabbed it and hid behind the ATV.  I was able to snap off some good pictures before he got wind of something and walked back into the woods.  It is a great time to be in the woods!

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Hunting Info:
Species: Bear (Black Bear), Cat (Bobcat), Coyote, Deer (Whitetail Deer), Fox.
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This is general information about your hunting packages. This is the place to list any information that would not be contained in the specific categories shown below.  For example:

AllOutfitters.com Sample Outfitter offers a very unique hunting experience.  With our private 2,500 acres of Michigan wilderness, all your hunting dreams can come true. Big game or small game, we offer it all.  Routinely, trophies taken off of our ranch make it into the Boone and Crocket record books, as well as make it on to the walls of very satisfied clients.  In fact, we have a 100% success rate, and also have a 100% of our clients book another trip within one week of leaving Sample Outfitter.  Please browse our hunting information below and check out our photos and field reports and feel free to contact us with any questions, or to immediately book your next hunting trip with us!

Hunting Location: This is where you would describe the location of your hunts including the physical features of the land that make your hunts special. For example:  Our 2,500 acre ranch is situated in a very special region of Michigan.  WIth only one road in or out of the camp, you will spend your time at AllOutfitters.com Sample Outfitter in true wilderness.  We are located just a short distance north of Grand Rapids, and south of the famous Mackinaw Bridge.  The unique landscape covers a broad spectrum of land and styles of hunting.  From the deep aspen forest, to mountainous peaks, your hunting experience could change every day depending on the species you are hunting.

Accommodations: This is where you would describe the accommodation used during a hunting trip (full-featured lodge, remote cabins, pack tents, etc.) For Example:  Our five star lodge is one of a kind.  You will be staying in our 3,500 square foot, 5 bedroom, 3 bath lodge that is beautifully decorated in a western rustic decor. To help you relax after a great day of hunting, our jacuzzi, and sauna is sure to please.  Whether you want to play a game of pool, or just sit by the multiple fireplaces in the lodge, you will find it hard to ever leave the lodge, except for the promise of harvesting your next trophy.  Please check out our Lodge Photo Album for a virtual tour of the lodge.

Hunting Methods: This is where you would describe the type of hunt (rifle, muzzleloader, archery, etc.) and methods used (blind, tree stand, sport and stalk, etc.) that you offer. For example:  We offer several different types of hunting that suit any hunters needs.  Depending on the species of game you may hunt from a tree stand, or luxurious heated blind.  Or if you would like more of an adventure, spot and stalk hunts are also available.  You may also choose to come during any season of the hunt, whether it be archery, rifle (shotgun), or muzzleloader.  Once again, AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter has it all!

Equipment Used: This is where you would describe the hunting equipment (firearms, decoys, backpacking gear, etc.) that you provide.  For example:  The only thing you need to bring to AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter is a great attitude!  However, feel free to bring your own weapons of choice, and hunting gear that you would want.  We have everything else.  And even if you forget to bring something along, whether it be a gun, boots, or ammunition, AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter has plenty of spares for you to burrow at no additional charge.

Guides: This is where you would describe your hunting guides including their experiences, specialties, and the hunter-to-guide ratio. For example:  Our guides here at AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter are one of a kind.  They are truly the best for the species that they hunt.  We always try to provide a one to one guide to hunter ratio, but depending on the circumstances, sometimes it is better to hunt with two hunters per guide.  However, your wish is our command, so let us know what you would prefer and we can work it out!  Please check out our Guides Photo Album to meet, and get to know our guides.

Hunting Season: This is where you would list the dates of your hunting season for each of your featured species. For example:

    - Black Bear - Sept. 10 - Oct. 26
    - Bobcat - Sept. 10 - Oct. 26
    - Coyote - Sept 10 - Oct. 26
    - Whitetail Deer
          a) Archery - Oct. 1 - Dec. 31
          b) Rifle / Shotgun - Nov. 15 - Nov. 30
          c) Muzzleloader - Dec. 3 - Dec. 15
    - Elk - Oct. 1 - Nov. 15
    - Fox, Raccoon, Squirrel - Sept. 15 - Mar. 1
    - Wolf - Sept. 15 - Nov. 15

Licenses This is where you would describe how your guests obtain any required license (pre-season application, over-the-counter, etc.). For example:  Depending on the species that you would like to hunt you may be able to buy an over the counter license, or you may have to apply before the season.  For bear and elk, you will have to apply before the season, however, all other licenses my be purchased over the counter.  As a guide, we get several licenses every year, so be some of the first to book a trip, and we will take care of and guarantee your licenses for the season.

Bag Limits: This is where you would describe the bag limits (including size and gender restrictions) for each of your featured species.  For example:

Black bear - 1 per year
Bobcat - 1 per year
Coyote - Unlimited
Whitetail Deer
    a.    Archery - 1 per kill tag
    b.    Firearm - 1 per kill tag
    c.    Muzzleloader - 1 per kill tag
Elk - 1 per year
Fox, Raccoon, Squirrel - 5 per day, 10 possession
Wolf - 1 per year

Trip Duration: This is where you would describe the length of a trip and a typical itinerary for your available hunting packages.  For example:  Our typical hunting package includes a one week stay including 6 nights and depending on your travel arrangements, 6 or 7 days of hunting.  We will personally pick you up from the air port and drive you directly to the lodge, where you will get settled and begin your hunt.  Once you are here, whenever you want to hunt, our guides will gladly take you out.  All meals will be provided.  And anything that we can do to make your trip more delightful, don't hesitate to ask.  And if you wish to stay longer, or shorter, just let us know and we can customize any trip for you.

Prices: This is where you would describe the prices for each of your hunting packages, including any other necessary expenses (travel, licenses, gratuities, etc.)  For example:  Below is a list of our prices at AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter.  Keep in mind, that included in these prices are 6 nights stay, all meals, drinks, entertainment, guides, trophies, cleaning, and butchering.

Black bear - $2,000
Bobcat - $1,000
Coyote - $1,000
Whitetail deer - $2,000
Elk - $5,000
Fox, Raccoon, Squirrel - Free with any other animal.
Wolf - $4,000

Required Travel: This is where you would describe where your guests must go to start their hunting trip and how they can get there.  For example:  It is easiest for you to fly into Grand Rapids Airport, however we know that flight prices are getting to be very pricey, so AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter would be more than happy to pick you up from either Lansing Airport (1 hour drive) or Detroit Airport (2 hour drive).  If you plan on driving to the lodge, we will also be more than happy to meet you at an easy spot in Grand Rapids, and have you follow us to the lodge (It can be very tricky sometimes as it is such a remote and pristine location.

Weather: This is where you would describe the expected weather for each of your hunting trips (spring rain, summer heat, winter snow ect.).  For example:  If you are not familiar with Michigan weather, then all we can say is prepare for any kind of weather.  You know when you are in Michigan when you have the possibilities of getting frost bite and sunburn in the same week.  We can be in contact closer to your trip to give you a better estimate on the weather for your trip, but we always like to be prepared for anything!  Again, AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter has many spare clothes, incase you forget to pack, or forget to anticipate any type of weather.

What To Bring: This is where you would describe the clothing and gear that your guest should bring with them.  For example:  AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter can provide you with anything you need to make your stay enjoyable.  However, feel free to bring any and all equipment that you would wish to use during your hunt.  No need to bring sheets, food, snacks, pillows, as the lodge will provide all of that for you.  And never forget your great attitude, but if you do, we have plenty to go around!!
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Fishing Info:
Species: Bass (Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass), Muskie, Northern Pike, Panfish, Perch, Trout (Brown Trout, Lake Trout, Rainbow Trout, Steelhead), Walleye.
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This is where you would provide general information about your fishing packages. This is the place to list any information that would not be contained in the specific categories shown below.  For example:

AllOutfitters.com Sample Outfitter offers a very unique fishing experience.  With our huge private lake, and several rivers and stream running through our property, all your fishing dreams can come true.  From Bass and Walleye, to Muskie and Trout, we have it all.  It is very common for clients to catch over 100 walleye is a single day, or land several trophy muskie, or cast river bends for elusive record trout.  We guarantee fish or your trip is free, providing a 100% success rate of happy customers.  In fact, many clients book future trips before they leave the lodge.  Please browse our fishing information below, check out our photos and field reports and feel free to contact us with any questions, or to immediately book your next fishing adventure with us!

Fishing Location: This is where you would describe the location and the bodies of water used on your fishing adventures.  For example:  Our 2,500 acres surround AllOutfitter Lake which has over 20 different islands and 15 different bays all holding thousands of fish capable of making the record books.  We also have several streams and rivers that hold several different trout species that are always looking for a good fight.  Whether you want to sit over a slip bobber and worm, or cast for northern pike, or wade in for trout, AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter has it all.

Accommodations: This is where you would describe the accommodation used during a fishing trip (full-featured lodge, remote cabins, charter boat, etc.) For Example:  Our five star lodge is one of a kind.  You will be staying in our 3,500 square foot, 5 bedroom, 3 bath lodge that is beautifully decorated in a western rustic decor. To help you relax after a great day of fishing, our jacuzzi, and sauna is sure to please.  Whether you want to play a game of pool, or just sit by the multiple fireplaces in the lodge, you will find it hard to ever leave the lodge, except for the promise of setting the hook on your next wall hanger.  Please check out our Lodge Photo Album for a virtual tour of the lodge.

Fishing Methods: This is where you would describe the fishing methods that you typically use (drifting, jigging, trolling, etc).  For example:  Because of our vast list of species from bass, to muskie, to perch, to trout, to walleye, AllOutfitters.com's guides will utilize multiple methods depending on the species you are targeting.  We will use anything from drifting, to jigging, to trolling, to sight casting, to top water, to deep diver, to shallow water, to slip bobber.  If you have not tried one or two of these methods, by the end of your trip, you will be a master of them all!

Boats and Equipment: This is where you would describe any boats and equipment (rods, reels, tackle, bait, etc) that you provide.  For example:  We have everything you need to spend a week fishing here at AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter.  We can provide fishing either fishing boats, or if you like to relax a little more, we have a couple pontoon boats as well.  For you trout fishermen, we can provide you with waders and vests for any size of guest.  Our selection of rods matches that of Cabelas, but feel free to bring any of your favorite rods and lures.  And, if you are more comfortable in your own boat, feel free to bring it.  We have electric plug ins right on the dock, and also have a live bait station right next to our fish cleaning station.  So our motto is, if you want it bring it, if you forget it , we've got it!

Guides: This is where you would describe your fishing guides including their experience, specialties, and the angler-to-guide ratio.  For example:  Our guides here at AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter are one of a kind.  They are truly the best for the species that they fish.  We always try to provide a one guide per group ratio, but depending on the circumstances, sometimes people prefer to fish alone.  However, your wish is our command, so let us know what you would prefer and we can work it out!  Please check out our Guides Photo Album to meet, and get to know our guides.


Fishing Season: This is where you would list the dates of your fishing seasons for each of your featured species.  For example: 

Largemouth / Smallmouth Bass - Sat. before Memorial Day - Dec. 31
Carp - Year Round
Catfish - Year Round
Muskie - Last Sat. in April - March 15
Northern Pike - Last Sat. in April - March 15
Panfish - Year Round
Perch - Year Round
Trout - Last Sat. in April - Sept. 30
Walleye - Last Sat. in April - March 15

Licenses: This is where you would describe how your guests obtain any required license (pre-season application, over-the-counter, etc).  For example:  Michigan fishing licenses are available over the counter for both michigan residents and out of state residents.  You have a choice between a yearly license, or a license for a specified number of days.  If you wish to fish for trout, make sure you get an "all species" license.  Of course, AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter can assist in any questions you have about obtaining your fishing license. 

Bag Limits: This is where you would describe the bag limits (including size and gender restrictions) for each of your featured species.  For example:

Daily Possession Limits

Largemouth bass, Smallmouth bass, Walleye, Northern Pike - 5 total in combination but no more than 2 Northern Pike
Carp - Unlimited
Catfish - 10 Daily
Muskie - 1 Daily
Panfish - 25 in any combination
Perch - 50 Daily
Trout - 5 total in any combination

Minimum Size (Inches)

Largemouth / Smallmouth Bass - 14"
Carp - no size limit
Catfish - 12"
Muskie - 42"
Northern Pike - 24"
Panfish - no size limit
Perch - no size limit
Trout - 10"

Trip Duration: This is where you would describe the length of a trip and a typical itinerary for your available fishing packages. For example:  Typically, guest stay a week at a time.  However, we can accommodate any duration trip you could imagine.  Whether you want to stay for three days or three weeks, we can work around your schedule.

Prices: This is where you would describe the prices for each of your fishing packages including any other necessary expenses (travel, licenses, gratuities, etc).  For example:  Our prices are simple.  If you would like to stay by the week, the price is $1,000 per week.  If you would like to stay by the day, the price is $200 per day.  Keep in mind, that included in these prices are boat rental, lodging, all meals, drinks, entertainment, guides, and complimentary fish cleaning.  The only thing that is not included in the prices is gas for your boat.

Required Travel: This is where you would describe where your guests must go to start their fishing trip and how they can get there.  For example:  It is easiest for you to fly into Grand Rapids Airport, however we know that flight prices are getting to be very pricey, so AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter would be more than happy to pick you up from either Lansing Airport (1 hour drive) or Detroit Airport (2 hour drive).  If you plan on driving to the lodge, we will also be more than happy to meet you at an easy spot in Grand Rapids, and have you follow us to the lodge (It can be very tricky sometimes as it is such a remote and pristine location.

Weather: This is where you would describe the expected weather for each of your fishing trips (spring rain, summer heat, winter snow, etc).  For example:  If you are not familiar with Michigan weather, then all we can say is prepare for any kind of weather.  You know when you are in Michigan when you have the possibilities of getting frost bite and sunburn in the same week.  We can be in contact closer to your trip to give you a better estimate on the weather for your trip, but we always like to be prepared for anything!  Again, AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter has many spare clothes, incase you forget to pack, or forget to anticipate any type of weather.

What To Bring: This is where you would describe the clothing and gear that guests should bring with them.  For example:  AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter can provide you with anything you need to make your stay enjoyable.  However, feel free to bring any and all equipment that you would wish to use during your fishing trip.  No need to bring sheets, food, snacks, pillows, as the lodge will provide all of that for you.  And never forget your great attitude, but if you do, we have plenty to go around!!
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Wingshooting Info:
Species: Clay (Skeet, Sporting Clays, Trap), Duck (Mallard, Wood Duck), Goose, Pheasant (Ringneck Pheasant), Quail, Turkey, Woodcock.
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This is where you would provide general information about your wingshooting packages.  This is the place to list any information that would not be contained in the specific categories shown below.  For example:

AllOutfitters.com Sample Outfitter offers a very special wingshooting experience.  From waterfowl to upland to clay, your trip will be customized to your specifications.  In one day, it is common for clients to limit our on ducks and geese in the morning, then hit the fields to limit our on pheasant in the early afternoon, and then set up in the woods for some close encounters with some gobbling turkeys in the evening.  With 100% success rate, we find our clients can't wait to book their next trip, and sometimes see if they can stay even longer.  Please brows our wingshooing information below, check out our photos and field reports and feel free to contact us with any questions, or to immediately book your next wingshooting adventure with us!

Required Travel: This is where you would describe where your guests must go to start their hunting trip and how they can get there.  For example:  It is easiest for you to fly into Grand Rapids Airport, however we know that flight prices are getting to be very pricey, so AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter would be more than happy to pick you up from either Lansing Airport (1 hour drive) or Detroit Airport (2 hour drive).  If you plan on driving to the lodge, we will also be more than happy to meet you at an easy spot in Grand Rapids, and have you follow us to the lodge (It can be very tricky sometimes as it is such a remote and pristine location.

Weather: This is where you would describe the expected weather for each of your hunting trips (spring rain, summer heat, winter snow ect.).  For example:  If you are not familiar with Michigan weather, then all we can say is prepare for any kind of weather.  You know when you are in Michigan when you have the possibilities of getting frost bite and sunburn in the same week.  We can be in contact closer to your trip to give you a better estimate on the weather for your trip, but we always like to be prepared for anything!  Again, AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter has many spare clothes, incase you forget to pack, or forget to anticipate any type of weather.

What To Bring: This is where you would describe the clothing and gear that your guest should bring with them.  For example:  AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter can provide you with anything you need to make your stay enjoyable.  However, feel free to bring any and all equipment that you would wish to use during your hunt.  No need to bring sheets, food, snacks, pillows, as the lodge will provide all of that for you.  And never forget your great attitude, but if you do, we have plenty to go around!!
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Adventure Info:
Sports: ATV Riding, Backpacking, Biking, Camping, Canoeing, Hiking, Kayaking, Rafting, Skiing (Downhill Skiing), Snowmobiling.
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This is where you would provide general information about your adventure packages.  This is the place to list any information that would not be contained in the specific categories shown below.  For example:

AllOutfitters.com Sample Outfitters offers very unique Michigan adventures.  Come spring, summer, fall, or winter, we always have adventures to any of your needs.  Whether you wish to brave the rapids of our private river in a kayak, or take on the prestine wilderness on a snowmobile on some of the best trails in the world, we have an adventure for you.  From backpacking and camping, to atv riding, and snowmobiling, your next family outdoor adventure starts right here at AllOutfitters.com Sample Outfitter.  Please browse our adventure information below, check out our photos and field reports and feel free to contact us with any question, or to immediately book your next outdoor adventure with us!

Required Travel: This is where you would describe where your guests must go to start their hunting trip and how they can get there.  For example:  It is easiest for you to fly into Grand Rapids Airport, however we know that flight prices are getting to be very pricey, so AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter would be more than happy to pick you up from either Lansing Airport (1 hour drive) or Detroit Airport (2 hour drive).  If you plan on driving to the lodge, we will also be more than happy to meet you at an easy spot in Grand Rapids, and have you follow us to the lodge (It can be very tricky sometimes as it is such a remote and pristine location

Weather: This is where you would describe the expected weather for each of your hunting trips (spring rain, summer heat, winter snow ect.).  For example:  If you are not familiar with Michigan weather, then all we can say is prepare for any kind of weather.  You know when you are in Michigan when you have the possibilities of getting frost bite and sunburn in the same week.  We can be in contact closer to your trip to give you a better estimate on the weather for your trip, but we always like to be prepared for anything!  Again, AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter has many spare clothes, incase you forget to pack, or forget to anticipate any type of weather.

What To Bring: This is where you would describe the clothing and gear that your guest should bring with them.  For example:  AllOutfitters.com's Sample Outfitter can provide you with anything you need to make your stay enjoyable.  However, feel free to bring any and all equipment that you would wish to use during your outdoor adventure.  No need to bring sheets, food, snacks, pillows, as the lodge will provide all of that for you.  And never forget your great attitude, but if you do, we have plenty to go around!!
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Gun Dog Info:
Breeds: Retriever (Labrador Retriever).
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This is where you would provide general information about your gun dog kennel and breeding.  This can include information about you, your history, your interests, or how long you have been in business. There is no need to get too detailed because there is plenty of room for that in the specific sport sections.

Breeding Goals and Standards: This is where you would describe the specific goals and standards for breeding your dogs (drive, temperament, intelligence, trainability, size, color, bloodlines, etc.)

Accomplishments: This is where you would describe any and all accomplishments that your dogs have achieved (titles, field trials, hunt tests, championships, nationals, master nationals, etc.)

Guarantees: This is where you would describe any guarantees that you offer with your dogs (hip, elbow, eye, etc.) and explain the requirements for dog owners in order to honor these guarantees.

Boys: This is where you would write a biography of the male dogs you breed.  This can include age, color, size, temperament, titles, etc.  Don't forget that you can also create a photo gallery for each of your boys.

Girls: This is where you would write a biography of the female dogs you breed.  This can include age, color, size, temperament, titles, etc.  Don't forget that you can also create a photo gallery for each of your girls.

Litters: This is where you would describe your typical litters, including prices.  Don't forget to write field reports to keep customers up to date on current and expected litters.

New Puppies: This is where you would describe the typical process and timeline for your customers to take their new puppies home (site visit, deposit, age, pick-up, delivery, transportation, etc.)

Started/Finished Dogs: If you offer started or finished dogs, this is where you would describe them.

Stud Services: If you offer stud services, this is where you would explain those services and their requirements.

Training: If you offer training services, this is where you would describe your training programs, goals, properties and facilities, and prices.

Boarding: If you offer boarding services, describe your boarding facilities, routines, requirements, and prices.