Though he grew up in British Columbia, hunting and fishing opportunities were not readily available for DeLuca as his dad was a logger who didn’t hunt and was not a skilled fisherman. Around the age of 17, DeLuca started hunting and fishing with friends, and began exploring Vancouver Island and the surrounding waters. Great adventures and many mishaps later, DeLuca was committed to a life that included being a part of nature. Continue reading PH Spotlight Darren DeLuca
In 1976, 17-year-old de Araoz’s career was launched when he was asked to guide clients who were among the first foreign hunters to experience Spanish ibex quality trophy hunting. He proudly states that Cazatur “pioneered trophy hunting in Spain,” and “set the quality standards followed by Spanish outfitters.” For 37 years, de Araoz has personally guided hunters and confidently expects to continue his chosen career for many more decades. Continue reading PH Spotlight Eduardo F. de Araoz
This past June, the Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia (GOABC) hosted its second International Wildlife Management Symposium in Richmond, BC., with the theme, Stewardship in Action.
The event brought together a variety of experts to explore some of the most pressing and controversial issues in wildlife management. Continue reading GOABC Hosts 2nd Annual Wildlife Symposium
The Montana Outfitters and Guides Association Board of Directors voted unanimously to join ranks with other Outfitter Associations across the United States and become part of the Professional Outfitters and Guides of America, POGA.
Professional Outfitters and Guides of America (POGA) is a voluntary organization comprised of representatives of outfitter Continue reading MOGA Joins Professional Outfitters and Guides of America