So watching an episode of a hunting show, Heartland Bowhunter, which I do like and think is very well put together. With that said, the hunter went to WY for whitetail at an outfitter. His first night he saw like 8-9 different bucks and 10 or so does..the next night he's hunting in a ground blind over watering tank, which I get that, there isn't an abundance of water out there, so no issue. He shoots the bigger of the two Quartering to him which he even says before shoots, I wouldn't want to try that but he knows what he can do..after the shot he looks at the camera and says this has been the toughest out of state hunt I have ever had.. we have seen buck after buck but not quite in range.. until tonight... Now, how "tough" is tough in reality..to see 12 different bucks and 20 or so does in two days and end up killing a great buck would be an unbelievable/ magical two days for me in my woods, and I hunt hunt 7k acres of private land in one of the top 5 counties in VA for quality bucks and numbers of deer..so just how good is an out of state outfitted hunt? never been on one and likely will never do so, but Im curious to know what reality is for you in your woods vs reality on guided hunts. Not bashing or judging, I have no experience with outfitters in the midewest/west, my hunting is strictly in VA.