Guidefitter Outfitter Spotlights

Let the experts in the outdoor guide & outfitter industry tell your story - visually.

Guidefitter’s film crew was the most professional people I’ve ever worked with. This video has helped with my bookings tremendously. The filming techniques really brought out the heart of our operation and what we are about. The best marketing tool I’ve used. — Ryan Plumb, Owner of Sudden Impact Outfitters

The best way to get clients interested in your offerings is to tell your story - visually.

After years of telling guide & outfitter stories through video, we realized these videos can be the best marketing tools for an outfit. So we decided to make them more available to you. Boost your bookings with a Guidefitter film.

Interested? Give us a shout at Our resident videographer, Tyler, will get back to you shortly to tell you more and answer any questions.

Why Guidefitter Films Are Better Than Traditional TV Exposure

Our Guidefitter Spotlight videos feature you, the outfitter, and the hunters you already have on location that week. No need to give up spots or change your plans. Your hunters don’t have to be experts in front of the camera because the story is yours to tell - as an outfitter, not as a client. We come when you want us there. Plus, you'll only accommodate & feed a single camera man, as opposed to a whole film crew and hunter(s).

We market your video spotlight to our large network of potential clients, as well as external audiences. Your video will outlast content that was shot for TV.

Before having Guidefitter come film an Outfitter Spotlight marketing video, ask yourself these questions:

  1. Can I produce results in a window of 5-7 days to get great animal footage?
  2. Will I be able to have the property properly scouted? (You could have a very talented camera operator in camp but if you are unsure if the game will be plentiful enough to get solid footage of, it’s probably not worth it for you.)
  3. Can I dedicate a week to filming this piece while guiding one of my hunters at the same time?
    Our camera operators are sharp so this doesn't take away from your client's experience.

About Tyler

Tyler Hock is Guidefitter's chief videographer and director of online content. As a TV producer for six years, he's seen it all: the good, bad and ugly. He's worked on all ends of the Outdoor TV world: co-hosting a show that aired on a network called MAV TV and producing multiple shows that aired on NBC Sports, Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel, Pursuit and Wild TV. Tyler's traveled the country filming hunts with Outfitters so when it comes to understanding your needs, he gets it and takes pride in telling your story.