PRO 30 DAY - TRAINING SERIES
$1,995 (April 15th - May 15th)
$2,995 (May 1st - May 30th)
---SPRING SPECIAL SERIES---
$2,995 (June 1st- June 30th)
$2,995 (July 1st - July 30th)
$3,695 (July 15th - August 15th)
$3,295 (Aug 1st - Aug 30th)
$3,295 (Sept 1st - Sept 30th)
$3,295 (Sept 15th - Oct 15th)
$3,295 (Oct 1st - Oct 30th)
$3,295 (Oct 15th - Nov 15th)
$3,295 (Nov 1st - Nov 30th)
$3,295 (Nov 15th - Dec 15th)
***select sessions include***
April - May Spring Turkey Hunt
May-July Trout and Salmon fishing
August Early Fall Archery Elk/Deer
August Late Fall Archery Elk/Deer
October Early Rifle Elk/Bear/Deer
October Late Rifle Elk/Deer/Bear
November Early Rifle Elk/Bear/Deer
November Late Rifle Elk/Bear/Deer
November and December Waterfowl/Small Game/Varmit
- 10 Day Mini Courses -
$1,495 BASIC GUIDE / WRANGLER $1,495 WHITETAIL / MULE DEER
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School For Guides Colorado/Florida
P.O. Box 53
Montrose, CO. 81402
The Colorado and Florida Guide School outdoor training includes outfitter style horse packing, horsemanship, hunting, Fly-fishing, mountain lake fishing and outdoor professional skills. The mission of the Colorado School for Guides is to provide top quality outdoor guide and outdoor skills training and support for any career minded persons of any age. Colorado School for Guides and Outdoor Training provides (4 tier training modules) Hunting, Packing, FlyFishing, Equine Mgmt. and Horsemanship. The courses are designed to train and equip a person for professional work as a PRO outdoor Guide. Colorado School for Guides utilizes hands on training, wilderness lab training, classroom instruction and real life wilderness guide experiences to prepare a person for a lifetime of professional guiding and outdoor skills. Most guide school's train you to work only 2 months a year during the hunting season. Colorado School for Guides outdoor training program helps open up assorted guiding opportunities year round and world wide, including resort wrangling, fly fishing and big game hunt guiding in international areas of the world. Check our pricing and our school course instruction and you will see the difference.
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PRO 30 Guide Series Part (1) - Big Game Hunting- Elk, Deer, Black Bear, Sheep, Moose
Spotting, stalking, ambush, tracking, field judging, gun and archery methods of harvest are just a few of the skills a professional guide, outfitter or outdoorsman needs to effectively hunt several Northern American Big Game species.
Here at Colorado School for Guides you will recieve (10) days of intense training to become just that " A Professional Big Game Hunting Guide". The schools hunting courses are designed to incorporate comprehensive training in several areas of professional hunting and guiding skills. With over 72 hours of classroom and hands on outdoor experience the student will be trained in the extensive skills a backwoods hunting guide or skilled woodsman requires. The student will be trained to successfully field dress, skin and cape several BIG GAME species. COLORADO'S ELK POPULATION IS OVER 290,000 STATEWIDE - (3X more than Montana or Wyoming or Idaho - 3X more than Oregon, Washington and Utah combined. Colorado mule deer population is second to none, combined with whitetail, bear, moose, turkey, and waterfowl.
PRO 30 Guide Series - Part (2)- Packing - Horsemanship - Equine Mgmt & Training
Sawbuck Packing, Decker Packing, Saddle and Freestyle Packing, knots, hitches, emergency travois, trail sense, horses & mules, halters, saddles, riding the trail, trail savvy, night riding are just a few things an experienced backwoods man needs to know to successfully guide someone.
Our action packed (10) days course is designed to incorporate comprehensive training in several areas of professional guiding and outfitting skills. With over 90 hours of classroom, wrangling, trail riding and hands on outdoor experience the student will be trained in the extensive skills a backwoods hunting guide or skilled woodsman requires. The course includes, riding styles, horse care, extensive packing techniques and knot tying procedures in a variety of wilderness conditions. Course includes wilderness pack trips combined with our wilderness hunting exercises. COLORADO HAS MORE OUTFIITERS THAN ANY OTHER WESTERN STATE COMBINED
PRO 30 Guide Series - Part (3) Outdoor Skills, Navigation and Wilderness Survival
Compass and GPS Navigation, day and night orientation, emergency shelter, outdoor cooking, first aide, CPR, altitude sickness care, packing and handling, wilderness back packing, forest regulations, camp site care and setup are just a few skill sets that all outdoorsman need to know.
The (7) day PRO 30 Outdoor skills course is a comprehensive training in several areas of must know knowledge. This segment of the course combines indoor and outdoor classroom and hands on outdoor experience. The student will be trained in the extensive skills a back woodsman requires. A student planned wilderness overnight back pack trip will be included in the course (Course covers complete outdoor survival series - students participate in several SFG's competitive mountain exercises to practice skill levels- see student pictures)
PRO 30 Guide Series - Part (4) Back Country Fly Fishing, Fishing combined with Horse/Mule Packing
Walk and wade, species identification and methods of take, live bait, lures, flies, casting techniques, rods, reels, wilderness lakes, wilderness fish packing trips are a must know for Professional guides or back country outdoorsman.
Combined with the School for Guides Packing and Equine training course the (3) day back country Fly-fishing course is designed to give the student the basic and intermediate level of Fly fishing as a walk and wade guide. The course is combined with the Freshwater Fishing segment of the training to insure that a student has the skills to provide professional guiding for customers who may want a take a back country fishing trip by horse or small boat. (Course finishes with wilderness fishing packing trip into wilderness area - see student fishing pictures)
PRO 14 Guide Series - Northern and Southern Whitetail and Mule Deer Hunt Course
Whitetail versus Mule deer, Southern and Northern habits and habitants, spotting stalking, ambush stands, field scoring, glassing, scents, rut habits, food plots and herd management are part of the School for Guides course content.
The SFG Whitetail and Mule deer comprehensive (2) week training program is designed to prepare an individual for the demands of a Professional deer hunting guide. With over thirty-six million (36,000,000) whitetail deer and over twelve million (12,000,000) whitetail deer hunters there is a huge demand for trained professional whitetail deer hunting guides. The SFG's Whitetail Deer Hunting Guide Program is a state approved vocational training program.
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