Native Hunt's Professional Approach
Riddle: â€œHunting in general is a controversial sport,â€? says Riddle. â€œSome people despise it while other people couldnâ€™t live without it.â€?
“There are two sides to every story.”
An old adage that has proven itself true time and time again in nearly every area of life. In the case of guided hunting services, nothing could be closer to the truth -- a fact that Native Hunt (http://nativehunt.com) owner T. Michael Riddle knows well.
“Hunting in general is a controversial sport,” says Riddle. “Some people despise it while other people couldn’t live without it. At Native Hunt, we understand both opinions. We never try to push our viewpoints on anybody; we simply offer our services and let people decide for themselves.”
Native Hunt is a licensed, state-bonded hunting service with ranches located in Monterey and Fresno counties in California. In business since 1990, Native Hunt employs both game management professionals and trained hunting guides -- a combination that has led to a 100 percent success rate for their clients.
“Our professionals understand that not everybody agrees with what they do,” says Riddle. “At the same time, however, they have high expectations to live up to from our clients; and at a 100 percent success rate, it’s hard to argue with their professionalism.”
Native Hunt offers a wide variety of guided hunting ventures including one- and two-day hunts for wild boar, bear, turkey, deer, and a number of assorted game birds. According to Riddle, Native Hunt’s ranches offer more than just a haven for hunting enthusiasts. With tree-covered hills, lush valleys and numerous ponds, the company’s property is the perfect place for individuals who enjoy the outdoors.
“At the basis of hunting is a love for the outdoors,” says Riddle. “We embrace the outdoors and we believe in sharing our beautiful settings with everybody -- both hunters and non-hunters alike.”
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