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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-18-2014, 04:42 PM Thread Starter
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Sika Guides in Marlyland

Thinking about treating myself to a couple days down on the Eastern Shore to hunt sika deer. I've seen a couple outfitters (DOA, Muddy Marsh). Anyone have a recommendation? Also, I was thinking about going in September so I wouln't miss archery up here. But my one buddy says I'll never get a stag unless I hunt the rut. I also have heard that your best shot is in the early season before they go totally nocturnal.
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-19-2014, 05:38 PM
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Re: Sika Guides in Marlyland

I picked up a flyer from a place called "Twin Willows Farm" in Dorchester County. (Ph # 856-829-8354)
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Re: Sika Guides in Marlyland

First couple weeks of Oct would be best if you are archery hunting. The early muzzleloader is a great time but I believe Muddy Marsh is archery only. I have heard the best things about muddy marsh. Have heard some negatives about DOA and never heard of Twin Willows. Lots of public land if you want to do it yourself. It gets real crowded during the ML but archery normally isnt too bad. If you go early Oct you should be able to fins some deer as they will be bugling so you can hone in on their locations.

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Re: Sika Guides in Marlyland

just looked up twin willows on FB. Looks like they kill some decent stags

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Re: Sika Guides in Marlyland

Thanks. I will be archery hunting. Whether bow or crossbow depends on the old rotator cuff. Just started pulling a verical bow back recently, down to about 40lbs pull and not a lot of repitition. But, either way, archery.

I will check out Twin Willows. Was already looking at Muddy Marsh.
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Re: Sika Guides in Marlyland

That's one animal I've been wanting to hunt for years. Better start doing instead of thinking about doing. Good huntin'
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Re: Sika Guides in Marlyland

Look up Chesapeake Pursuits on the web. Don't know Jason personally, but have heard a lot of good things about him. I think he guides for a place called Sika Stag.
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Re: Sika Guides in Marlyland

My buddy hunted Sika Stag. He shot a spike. Their website looks more like a real estate site than a hunting camp, though.
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Look up Chesapeake Pursuits on the web. Don't know Jason personally, but have heard a lot of good things about him. I think he guides for a place called Sika Stag.
I know jason, he has done a few taxidermy mounts for me. Very stand up guy. Shoot me a PM and I will give you his contact info and some other helpful links.

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Re: Sika Guides in Marlyland

I'm leaning towards Muddy Marsh. Any reason I should look harder at the other guys?
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