Anser albifrons wrote:Ive hunted with Larry Gore, Circle H Outfitters and Bay Prairie Outfitters.
Based on my personal experience, Bay Prairie gets the vote.
whistlin_wings wrote:What are you looking to kill. Not trying to deter you from the coast but check out West Texas. Search the Texas thread for my post West Texas hunt. Limits of canadians and then Sandhill cranes. One of the best hunts I've been on.
aggiechiro wrote:don't know how long you'll be here vs. days with a guide, but you may want to consider an aph. for $48, its not a bad way to spend a day you wouldnt get to hunt.
krimmie wrote:aggiechiro wrote:aph= annual public hunting
I get ya.
Wonder how much it will cost to fly my buddy's airboat over?
Pouledeau wrote:I'm not trying to dog your boy there and I certainly believe you can kill ducks with him ... but for me it isn't about a "limit" as much as it is about business ethics.
I've leased property on the prairie since 1986, three times from "the guide above" ('97, '01. '02), and two of those times were enough to warrant giving my money to someone else. He puts his paying customers on the X and the people leasing get the short straw gamble of perhaps having water perhaps not. After my last no water second split hunt on his property, I got invited by Halliburton to go on a guided hunt with "the man himself" on a property just down the road ... guess what ... flooded timber, flooded prairie, birds coming off roost like quail 100 at a time, and guides bragging about having the water the paid lease members next door were supposed to have.
What would your opinion be in that circumstance? Maybe he's changed, but he's not "Mom and Pop" ...
As far as productiveness is concerned, if you've been on the prairie for as long as you say; surely you've noticed that 75% of the rice is now subdivisions. YES you can still have productive hunts ... but they're NOTHING like they used to be in terms of quality.
Indaswamp wrote:Bgold wrote:Finally just got to use mah .45 on a living thing...
you named your junk .45????
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