The Hunting Report is written by hunters who understand what hunters want and need to know before they book a hunt or board an airplane to travel around the world on that hunt-of-a-lifetime.
In continuous publication for almost 40 years, The Hunting Report was sharing reports from fellow hunters and reporting real hunting news before email, online forums, or Facebook were even conceived. It was created to provide hunters with boots –on-the-ground reports from hunters who had “been there, done that” and factual information about different hunting opportunities around the world.
Today, The Hunting Report has an online database of more than 11,000 real hunt reports from real hunters on hunting experiences around the world. In these reports, some of the world’s most experienced hunters share both what they liked and what they didn’t like about their hunts. The database also contains a library of 4,000-plus articles, written hunt reviews and in-depth analyses on hunting destinations, operators, news and developments affecting traveling hunters.
Our editorial staff are all hunters trained in fact finding and reporting as journalists or wildlife biologists. We don’t write entertaining hunting yarns, but provide reports that focus on news, facts and advice for fellow hunters. While today’s online forums and social media posts can be helpful, you don’t always know who is posting information, how accurate it is or what their ulterior motives might be. At The Hunting Report, our staff is dedicated to gathering and vetting information and giving you the unadulterated facts. Our only goal is to arm our readers with the information they need to make informed decisions on where and where not to go hunting!