You might read the title and think of safety, however this is more of a client satisfaction issue after the hunt. I went on a hunt with an outfitter, (unmentioned for now) for sheep and moose. Obviously a trip of a lifetime. The hunt was good, I didn't pick the most expensive, but didn't expect luxurious accomadations as I don't have any problem roughing it. I did bring my video camera hoping to capture some of my most rare hunting experiences. When I mentioned bringing it on my hunt, my guide told me that he had one with him and that he would be filming and it wouldn't be a problem to send me a copy of the video at the end of the season. He showed me all the other kills he had for the season before we left camp the first day, so I knew he was getting the action. The hunt was in Sept. 05.
Problem.....I have been in touch with the guide (Outfitter and the personal guide) each numerous times and the master guide keeps telling me to call my guide which I have emailed numerous times and spoke on the phone with as well. It's now been over a year and I have no video. When a guide offers to do something that memorable, I think they need to live up to it.
Am I out of line for expecting the video that he took and showed me after my kill? Please advise what you might do?
By the way, there were other things that will go without mention.