Crazy Cray wrote:For starters, I'm new here so hi all! Second, Man!!!! Everyone has some nice looking places to hunt. I am jealous! I live in East TN and quite frankly the hunting is horrible but we still do it. I think last year we shot a total of 17 birds between my Brother-in-law and I. Everyone's places look awesome and I am sure you guys will do great this season!!
As to ARDave, Glad you found your .357! I know how special that can mean to a person when it is passed down. The only advice I can give you on your raffle is make sure first and foremost that the individual(s) sign waivers for liability. That way if anyone that hunts it and get hurts you are covered and they cannot sue you. Protect the investment!!!! I would also make sure you get their personal info as far as addresses, numbers, and alternate contact info in case they tear your land up so they can either fix it or be held accountable. Not much more to say about it except make sure you tell them your expectations and that they respect your land. I used to hunt a lot of farms in Illinois (originally from there) and I can't tell you the number of people that don't respect other people's property. It isn't rocket science to pick up your brass, garbage, or whatever else. And it isn't a 4-wheelin hole either. Hope it all works out!! Matt
Crazy Cray wrote:That's right firedawg!! Watts Bar sucks for waterfowl! That's where I hunt and I hope one day I can take a weekend and hunt west just to get the opportunity to slaughter some flyers. Probably next year though. Until then, stuck on Watts Bar staring at gullies all morning and seeing an occasional mallard. Usually don't see 'em until I have a cup of coffee or a piece of beef jerky in my hand
deliriousII wrote:Could you call it a "charity hunt" and not have to worry about the "guided" part?
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