Rebels32 wrote:I also am a new resident of Will county..east side of Joliet near New Lenox. I would be open to sharing in the efforts if you're up for that.
What's up with this? As you say, you don't even know what club it is or anything really. It's not like I'm overselling it to make a profit. As I said the hunting is "decent" but the big thing is no hassles of public land. I hunted 30 days last year because I bought this membership years ago. No hassles because I know I have a spot even if I'm just hunting an 1.5 before work like many of those 30 days were.KillerKowalski wrote:Most of the memberships sell for $2,5K with members unleashing their ill used membership for a thousand or two more. Personally I never wanted to join one. Obviously it's not in demand since a seller on Craigslist can't sells his for the last twelve months. From two members at each club the fishing is sub par at one and the other is excellent. The problem that I see and was told you can only bring out a certain number of guests and guest get charged. Truth be told I'm not sure. After the freeze the birds are held in Lake Renwick where the strips that don't freeze hold me.
KillerKowalski wrote: know two members at each club one being my Uncle and the next being my neighbor.
Nobody is trading memberships as a business. You will likely sell it for more than you paid, but not even close after you factor in annual dues and required work time. It's valuable if you use. Nobody is making a net profit on these, but my point was that I was not selling something. I'm keeping mine until I die or leave the area.KillerKowalski wrote:Yes, memberships are sold as profit.
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