*Bait hunts include one active site per hunter that has been rotationally monitored by trail cam for recent activity. Wounded bears are considered harvested bears and hunters are not permitted to continue hunting. Under our insurance guidelines, we are not permitted to provide stands. We will prepare the locations for them, but you must provide your own tree stand or ground blind. It is suggested for ground blind hunters to purchase the chair blind, this allows you wind flexibility at your stand.
WHAT TO BRING:
*Seat cushion *Personal toiletries *Towels *Rubber boots *Tree stand umbrellas *Rain gear *Shooting sticks *GPS(optional) *Tree stand harness
*Flash light *Weapon-Ammo *Sleeping Bag *Hunting license *Folding camping chair *Tree Stands or Ground Blinds must be supplied by the hunter.*Trail Camera(optional)
1. We strongly suggest using scent-proof clothing or at least a scent-proof spray.
2. Having liquid anise or peppermint in a spray bottle works as a great cover scent.
3. Judging a bear is difficult. Richard P. Smith has a DVD ”Field Judging Black Bears”, that can be helpful. It is available at richardpsmith.com or by calling (906)-225-1002.
4. Bears are very spooky. It is strongly suggested that all electronic devices stay off until your hunt is over.
5. Please let Dan know of any concerns or problems you may have while you’re at camp. We can’t fix issues once you have left. We want to do everything possible for you to be successful and have fun while being safe.
6. Keep your gear as quiet and light as possible. These are the suggested items to have on you in the stand: Cover scent, Water, Bullets, Toilet paper, GPS, and turn OFF phones.
Is not a licensed processor and therefore we do not provide that service. We provide you with the name and numbers of the facilities in the area that do provide the service. If there are any issues please contact them directly. We assist you with retrieval and field dressing. Meat and cape, after being removed from the field, is the hunter’s responsibility.