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Public land scouting workshop... Sunday February 3RD

Unread postby dan » Sun Dec 23, 2018 11:24 am

Public land scouting workshop... Sunday February 3RD

This workshop is limited to the 1st 25 people who sign up. We can go a little over if the last persons signing up are a group that exceeds the number, but as soon as we hit or exceed 25 it will be closed. Its going to take place in the public land that I hunt near my house. I have killed many big bucks in this stretch of public. Jeff G will assist in this workshop, and we will try to see if we can get Mario there as well. Both have hunted this area with me. I would ask that if you hunt this area of Rome marsh you don't sign up... I hunt here every year personally.

I will show you where, when, and how the bucks bed on the properties, discuss why they bed where they do, what winds, how I access the property in relation to the beds, exactly where and how he sets up. You will look at some of my actual set ups, the buck beds, and discuss in detail everything pertinent. We will look at different kinds of buck bedding including looking at primary beds. We will look at identifiable land features that promote bedding and discuss how to recognize them when looking at new land. We will look at how set up in very close proximity to bedded bucks.

No questions will be left unanswered. We stop and have discussions frequently encouraging questions. We will cover lots of ground. Some workshops have taken us over 3 miles. The terrain can be thick or under water. Rubber boots, a change of clothes in case you get wet/muddy and being in good enough shape to walk long distances is recommended. All guests will have to sign a release stating they are responsible for there own safety. Rain or Shine

Cost will be $240 per person. We raised the price to cover my costs going up. I want it affordable and I think this price is still affordable and well worth that amount. There will be a catered chef made meal at a restaurant waiting for us when we get out of the woods. Where we can chat one on one... I won't leave till everyone's questions are answered.

Please look at the date Sunday February 3RD and post "Im in" to be added to the list.

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Re: Public land scouting workshop... Sunday February 3RD

Unread postby CraveThePursuitWI » Wed Dec 26, 2018 4:12 pm

Im in. (Jake Zimmerman)
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Unread postby dan » Thu Dec 27, 2018 12:06 am

CraveThePursuitWI wrote:Im in. (Jake Zimmerman)

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Re: Public land scouting workshop... Sunday February 3RD

Unread postby SILhunter » Wed Jan 02, 2019 2:52 am

Hey Dan just wondering are these more swamp/ marsh type set ups or is there some hill county setups as well?
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Unread postby dan » Wed Jan 02, 2019 3:02 am

SILhunter wrote:Hey Dan just wondering are these more swamp/ marsh type set ups or is there some hill county setups as well?

These are the swamp ones... We will likely be posting a hill one soon.
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Re: Public land scouting workshop... Sunday February 3RD

Unread postby greenhorndave » Wed Jan 02, 2019 9:12 am

Are the ones you posted on the 16th and 17th the same as this one? I mean content, location, etc.

I'd do both if they're different locations. Heck, might even do both weekends so it has time to sink into my thick skull. :lol
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Re: Public land scouting workshop... Sunday February 3RD

Unread postby dan » Wed Jan 02, 2019 10:13 am

greenhorndave wrote:Are the ones you posted on the 16th and 17th the same as this one? I mean content, location, etc.

I'd do both if they're different locations. Heck, might even do both weekends so it has time to sink into my thick skull. :lol

There all the same so far... Probably going to add a hill one soon.
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Unread postby greenhorndave » Wed Jan 02, 2019 10:35 am

Excellent. I'll be in on that one too
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Unread postby dan » Mon Jan 07, 2019 2:07 pm

Everyone was sent a message and needs to confirm with shirt size... If your coming and got no message, or your name don't say "confirmed" next to it. let me know.
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Unread postby Mlehto » Thu Jan 10, 2019 6:44 am

I'm in.
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Unread postby dan » Thu Jan 10, 2019 7:12 am

Mlehto wrote:I'm in.

Ok, added you... Be sure to respond to the pm I sent you with your shirt size.
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I’m in!
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Unread postby dan » Fri Jan 11, 2019 5:10 am

Rebel in Arkansas wrote:I’m in!

ADDED YOU... I sent you an info pm, please reply with shirt size.
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Re: Public land scouting workshop... Sunday February 3RD

Unread postby greenhorndave » Mon Feb 04, 2019 4:22 pm

How’d this one go? Sloppy wet snow?
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Re: Public land scouting workshop... Sunday February 3RD

Unread postby dan » Mon Feb 04, 2019 11:21 pm

greenhorndave wrote:How’d this one go? Sloppy wet snow?

It went well... Snow went down a lot from the day before. Buck tracks followed Saturdays group all over which was interesting. We had a real small group cause of a couple no shows and someone having vehicle issues. Small groups are in some ways better, and some ways worse. They can be better in the aspect that each person got to spend a lot of one on one time with me discussing tactics and the specific properties they hunt and how they relate to what we were looking at... However, big groups ask lots of questions which can bring out some really good conversation. I had 2 friends for helpers, and only 4 people who came to the workshop. Part of that probably falls on me for not realizing that date fell the same as the superbowl. It sucks with no-shows on the full days, Saturdays mainly, cause we turn a lot of people who want to go down cause we are full. I understand car problems and things coming up, but no call, no show is a bit annoying. We pay for each persons meal whether they show or not cause the menu is planned in advance. I think the guys who came seemed to really like the smaller group though. And it does allow me more time to get to know each person.

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