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Offline Stein

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Re: Need a guide (ducks/geese)
« Reply #25 on: December 07, 2016, 05:03:23 PM »
If you hunt, you buy two duck stamps and pay significant tax to support public land access.  Hunting in the US is supposed to be an activity where anyone can participate - even those who can't afford to buy up large tracts of land.

Gents,
I see a lot of negativity towards our organization. Just to set things straight....KWTH doesn't nor will we ever go after public access hunting. That is not what we are trying to do. We only operate on private lands and deal with individual landowner/farmers.  BTW...I can't afford $800 per night either.

Respectfully,

JK

My reply had nothing to do with your company.  Believe it or not, not every thread has something to do with kwth.


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Offline constructeur

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Re: Need a guide (ducks/geese)
« Reply #26 on: December 07, 2016, 06:03:41 PM »


Gents,
I see a lot of negativity towards our organization.

A real head scratcher there.

Just to set things straight....KWTH doesn't nor will we ever go after public access hunting.

Since we are keeping things 'straight'; you couldn't get public lands it if your tried.

Offline HookedOnQuack

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Re: Need a guide (ducks/geese)
« Reply #27 on: December 07, 2016, 08:42:42 PM »
I hear Austin (Honkstomper guide service) does a good hunt....5097500140

http://www.honkstomperguideservice.com/

Austin and his guys are top notch! Have hunted with them several times the past couple years and have always limited. With that being said the OP was looking for all inclusive which they dont offer although if you stay at the Shilo you are right next to the meet up location and hes way more affordable than eagle lakes

 

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