Red Creek Outfitters has been owned and operated exclusively by the Robb family since 1964. A fully licensed, insured and bonded company in the state of Utah with over 75 years combined experience. We offer fully guided hunts throughout the Western U.S., specializing in trophy cougar, bear, elk and deer hunts. Red Creek Outfitters is also known world wide for our specialized hunting hounds which we continue to improve with each successive generation.
From the very beginning Val Robb used his love and knowledge of the outdoors to build a strong business. Red Creek Outfitters continues to honor those values of love of the sport and respect for the land and wildlife as they continue to live his dream.
Red Creek Outfitters is active in community and state wildlife and fair land use organizations including Sportsmen for Fish & Wildlife, Wild Sheep Foundation, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, National Wild Turkey Federation, and SCI. They have gained a wide reputation for their integrity both as sportsmen and businessmen. Red Creek Outfitters is suited in every way to work with you to finally get that trophy you've always wanted.

Hunting With Timber Mountain Outfitters


Below is a hunt from 2010, the hunter is a center on a National Football team!


Take a look under the truck, can you see it?


Below is a hunt from 2010, the hunter is a center on a National Football team!
Take a look under the truck, can you see it?
I have been hunting for Mountain Lion the past two week ends in Southern Utah with Jake Bess who is the owner of Timber Mountain Outfitters.
This is my first time hunting lions with dogs and I am having a great time. I will be trying to take it with my bow.
I will be posting about my hunt as soon as we get our Tom.
Below is a hunt from 2010, the hunter is a center on a National Football team!
Take a look under the truck, can you see it?

Greater Kudu Bulls of Africa


Kudu 06


Kudu 03

I have been to Africa three different times hunting Kudu in Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe. I think the Greater Kudu is by far the most majestic of all the antelope type mammals. Many hunters who have also hunted them considered to be the most handsome of the tragelaphine antelopes which includes the Bongo, Eland, Nyala, Bushbuck and Sitatunga. Older bulls can be up to 5.5 ft and weigh 800 lbs. Their short smooth coats vary in color from tan to grey. Males become grayer with age and their necks darker in the breeding season. Both Male and Females have white markings, including 6-10 vertical stripes along the sides, a chevron between the eyes, and cheek spots. All of them have a short upright mane, form top of the head to the houlders, extending underneath along the throat. The black tipped bushy tail is white underneath. When running away from danger the tail is curled up over the back so that the white underside serves as a visual alarm signal for the rest of the heard to follow in dense bushes. The bulls have long spiral horns that are spectacular. I remember on my first trip to Namibia I took a very nice bull with 38" horns. Two years later I took a better bull with 54" horns and more mass. I never got the 38" bull mounted. If you are going to hunt Kudu I would suggest trying to take a bull with 50" or better horns. If you would like to talk to me about hunting in Africa go to my website Hunting Consultants.
If you would like to go on a hunt like this I will be taking a small group to Namibia in August of 2012. For more information go to Hunting Consultants or leave a comment on this post and I will get with you. Thanks Steve Sillitoe
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Hunting trip to Namibia Africa 2012

If you would like to go with me to Namibia 2012 I am taking a small group to Agarob Hunting Safaris in the north part of Namibia. We will be filming the hunts for a promotional video that I will be making for the outfitter. We will be hunting plains game trophies at one of the best ranches I know of in all of Africa. Agarob has 500,000 acres for us to hunt.
For more information send me a email and we can talk.
Steve Sillitoe

This years turkey hunt

My son Chris Sillitoe took this nice tom on the opening day in Southern Utah.

Photo left to right, Steve Sillitoe, Chris Sillitoe
Photo left to right, Steve Carroll, Chris