School of Hunt
Welcome to Outfitters Guide’s School of Hunt, the premiere outdoor mentoring program that provides the skills and knowledge to enjoy the outdoors and the thrill of the hunt. School of Hunt is for youth under the age of 18 who have the passion and desire to pursue the hunt and all the adventures of the great outdoors, but don’t have the benefit of an experienced mentor to guide them.
School of Hunt is a youth program designed that is offered at no cost to youth participants and their selected mentor, all in cooperation and support from our partners who want to help share the outdoors and the hunt.
We look forward to having you and your mentor join us at the School of Hunt.
Frequently Asked Questions
To become a participant in the School of Hunt, submit a short video (guidelines below) and tell us why we should pick you (and an adult of your choice) to experience the School of Hunt. Your video should include what you have learned on your own, tell us your best outdoor tip and show us your passion for the outdoors.
School of Hunt takes place on a large private ranch in the State of Utah. Once you arrive you will learn the art of the hunt and much more from Outfitters Guide pro staff and professionals in their field.
Here are just some things you will learn:
- Proper glassing techniques, big game identification
- Scouting, hunt planning
- Hunters Safety (certified course with certificate)
- Basic mountain and camp skills
- Firearm skills, sighting in, calibers, proper weapon choices
- Shooting skills, elevation shooting, long range, shooting positions
- Upland and small game opportunities near your home
- Wilderness safety and basic survival skills
- Mock hunts, strategies based on species
- Wildlife conservation
Participants are selected by OGTV staff and via social media voting. What does that mean? Send us your video and if you are approved to attend the school, we will post it – then you’ll need to encourage your friends and family to vote for you to attend the School of Hunt.
All students must bring an adult mentor that will join them in the school of hunt. This mentor can be your mom, dad, uncle, neighbor, just about anyone. The mentor must agree to support you in your outdoor pursuits and spend time in the outdoors and hunting when you return home.
Be sure to follow the rules and ask for permission to submit your video.
We hope to see YOU at the School of Hunt.