THIS IS OUR STORY, its WHAT WE DO
Legacy Hunting Adventures came to light from a conversation around a campfire deep in the heart of the Yukon in a hunting camp! The discussion was pretty straight forward and the central topic was the fact that many hunters are missing out on some incredible hunting opportunities simply because they don’t apply for them or don’t have the time to search for them!
After 14 days of chatting about the companies that currently existed, we realized that the presence of a company with the simple mission to apply for tags for hunters who can’t find the time to do so themselves or shop for hunts specific to their needs, was missing from the industry and so Legacy Hunting Adventures was created.
Our mission is simple. Help hunters to live their Hunting Legacy. Developing hunt plans and draw application strategies based on our individual clients needs, without any bells or whistles. Nothing tied to it all. No pre-negotiated outfitter deals, no membership drives, only a focus on quality individualized service.
“Legacy Hunting handles all of my draw applications in multiple states. They also take care of the applications for my two young boys as well. Regina is on top of her game and in constant contact with me, keeping me informed on each state’s draw. She also updates me on tags and special raffles and opportunities when they come up. After using another service for several years, it is easy to see the difference in the personalized service that Legacy offers and I am so happy I made the switch.”
“This was the first time I had used Legacy Hunting Adventures. Regina Stafford was on point and answered all our questions with efficiency. She was able to pair us up with a great outfitter which met all our needs for a large group. They are a first class outfit that will save you time and hassle in getting you what you want. Quality service is what it’s all about and that’s exactly what you get with Legacy Hunting Adventures. I look forward to working with Regina and the team at Legacy Hunting Adventures in the future.”