Re: Kentucky Outfitter
No that doesn't include food or lodging but we can take some pre-cooked meals and snacks and with the corporate discounts I get from most hotels those rates shouldn't be too bad.
He did have a binder with questionaires in it, he said hunters are required to fill out the form at the end of their hunt or they won't be permitted back. Not sure I beleive that but novel concept. The form asked the basics: date of hunt, stand location, number of deer seen, deer harvested, info about the deer harvested (points, weight, est. score, etc.), if you missed a deer, if you saw any other game, and a section for open ended comments. Most everything, of course, was positive. There was only one bad one in there and from reading it, the hunters are the reason the hunt went bad not the outfitter.
I will contact the guy and ask for references, he was a nice guy and answered all the question I had. Said if I wanted to know more just call.
...but those that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength. -Isaiah 40:31