In Alberta, guides and outfitters are monitored by and members of APOS (Alberta Professional Outfitters Society). APOS members adhere to strict guidelines in regards to their outfitting operations, thus APOS is the governing body of the outfitting industry in Alberta.
In the United States outfitters may be required to hold a state license to operate. Many outfitters provide equipment and services on lands administered by the National Forest Service and other federal agencies; these outfitters may be required by those agencies to obtain special use permits.
WHEN IS OUTFITTER GOOD FIT? ASK A LOT OF QUESTIONS AND CONSIDER A NUMBER OF VARIABLES WHEN LOOKING TO BOOK AN OUTDOORS ADVENTURE.(Sports)
Jan 18, 1998; After listening to many horror stories about outfitters with shoddy camps, I came up with an easy way a trophy hunter can...