Not sure what the situation is with this outfitter. I can say that our bookings are up over this time last year. In the past few days I have talked to five of the outfitters we book for and all of them are ahead of last year's numbers for bookings.huntin-nut said:That is huge for the industry. What is behind it? Obviously not booking hunters so you have to ask why? Economy or his operation?
If you believe Ty was only taking 6 hunters per week then I got some real valuable land in Florida to sell ya, I will even through in the alligators for free...pottercountyman said:The reason for the price drop is because he added 2 more hunters per week from 6 to 8.
My buddy called last night and said the same thing about Illinois. He started his hunt last night, and missed a dandy 8, and had two other bigger bucks close, but no good shot opportunity. This is his fourth year, this year, they talked him into coming back out after xmas, they said it is the best time. They said it is not crazy like the rut, but the deer are highly patternable.pottercountyman said:Ohio late season over bait or food sources is very high odds. That is pretty darn good business if you ask me. I can't wait to go for my first time.
He wants you to shoot 3.5 year old deer and older. No trophy fee. $1500 is October price. $1800 in November. Ohio NR license is like $140.00 or something and you buy it and your doe tags over the counter.John Henry said:So it's 1500 for the week and all inclusive? Is there any inch-based trophy fee?