Ep 58: Trail Kreitzer On goHunt

Trail Kreitzer On goHunt

Today we’ll be talking about one of the problems that many hunters heading out west really struggle with: drawing a quality tag. Unfortunately, for the most part, getting a good tag isn’t as simple as buying a hunting license in many western states. Instead, many states issue the majority of their elk, deer, and pronghorn tags through a random draw. While there are exceptions, this applies to guided as well as self-guided hunts in many places as well. 

With all that in mind, today we’re joined by Trail Kreitzer from goHunt, who is going to give us an overview of goHunt, the information they offer to hunters, why that information is important, and some good tips on how you can use goHunt to find some awesome hunting opportunities that you probably never would have known about otherwise.

Feel free to send me a message with any feedback you have on the show as well as topic requests for future episodes.


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What We Covered

1) Why getting a good tag in many western states can be so hard as a non-resident.

2) What goHunt is and how this service can help you navigate that confusing process of getting a tag.

3) The features goHunt offers.

4) How to get the most out of a goHunt membership.

5) Why you should consider shopping at the goHunt gear shop.


Follow Trail on Instagram at trailk11.


I’ve been a GoHunt INSIDER member for the past few years and I’ve used the information they provide to research what hunts to apply for and find those “hidden gem” units where you can have a great hunt, but still have a reasonable chance of drawing. That cost of that membership has paid for itself many times over with the number of tags I put in for, drew, and had a great hunt on that there’s no way I would have known about otherwise.

So, sign up for an INSIDER membership at GoHunt.com and you can get the information you need to pull a great tag for yourself. Use promo code BIGGAMEHUNTER when you sign up to get $50 in store credit at their gear shop. Not only will you get the information that will help you know exactly what units to apply for in order to have a fun hunt with a reasonable chance of drawing, but you’ll also get $50 in store credit that you can use to buy some good quality hunting gear at the same time.


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