About Let’er Rip Outfitters & Guiding
From the desk of Owner Billy Babiash
I had years of success hunting in Arizona both for myself and my friends and family. I developed a passion for the hunt and sharing my knowledge with others. This grew into a dream to own my own guiding service. So I bring you Let’er Rip Outfitters. Let us share our experience and knowledge with you.
Let’er Rip Outfitting & Guiding is family owned and operated right here in Tucson, AZ. We believe in the “client first” philosophy and do everything we can to make sure you have the best possible experience. Most of our customer come as clients and leave as friends just take a look at our testimonials page. We feel as though a family bond is created within the hunting community and we are willing to go above and beyond to make our clients feel like family. And when you are with family you will have an exciting and unforgettable experience.
A letter from John Stallone: Outdoor Writer, TV Personality, Professional Hunter
There are many good hunters in this country but not all hunters make good guides, and not all good guides make good outfitters. A good hunter knows his game, he knows what they are eating, drinking and where they are sleeping. He is patient, he is silent, he understands the wind, he follows movement based on weather, he knows how to talk to the animals and he knows how to listen, most important he is always learning. A good guide is someone who not only understands how to locate pattern and kill a deer or elk, but how to take someone who is not as familiar, or as skillful and show them the way to success. A good outfitter, knows how to communicate, how to get their clients prepared for a hunt, how to accommodate each individual to suit their needs and abilities, to provided everything that is needed and some things that are not, a good outfitter puts his customer first and will take the coat off his back to keep you from freezing. Do you know what a good hunter, a good guide and a good outfitter make? A great company that I will continue to hunt with year in year out…