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  • Would drive MV to south central ky

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Thread: Bow hunters with military vehicles, wanting to hunt in Ky.

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    Default Bow hunters with military vehicles, wanting to hunt in Ky.

    This is a progressive poll, I'm considering a hunting project this is a first step.
    please select the last best answer

    How many deer hunters out there's?
    How many are bow hunters?
    How many could drive MV to South Central Ky.
    Would you consider an annual hunt trip?

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    I am a avide hunter. Squirrels, rabbit, deer, doves, the odd turkey, and lots of Fishing.

    Are you giving away a hunting trip or what's the plan??
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    I am a avide hunter. Squirrels, rabbit, deer, doves, the odd turkey, and lots of Fishing.

    Are you giving away a hunting trip or what's the plan??
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    To put it out there I'm considering starting an outfitter company for hunters in south central Ky My ranch backs up to the National forest.
    I'm starting here in this site, with bow hunters, maybe open it up for rifle. Right now just seeing where the interest is and possibly kicking it off. A few free hunts is certainly not out of the question. MV owner is a plus!
    Hope no one is afraid of bear!
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    Blackbear,

    My family does Outfitting for the big game (Mule Deer & Elk with the occasional Bear & Cat hunt) here in Utah on our privately owned mountain property. Couple of things I would highly suggest. Get a great lawyer on retainer. Get a huge liability insurance policy that specifically covers the type of business you are going to run and set your business up as at least an LLC

    Best of luck to you! Ohh to help answer one of your questions... we have a group of hunters that have hunted our property every year for the past 12 years and a group prior to that who had been with us for over 17 years so if you run a successful business they will keep coming.. We are currently booked out 3 years in advance.
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    I appreciate the advice, it may become the "Duece" ranch, backs up to 19000 acres, limited access, I would promote white tails,turkey,bobcat, some bear on special tags. Not sure if I made a mistake making the results public with the pole,
    but I would of thought there would be more hunters out there, it's still early though.
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    I would love our property to back onto a national forest but at least our property is surrounded by other private cattle ranches like how our property is used in the summer & fall months so we don't get a lot of hunting pressure and we work closely with the state DWR (Division of Wildlife Resources) to effectively manage the herds so our cattle and the Deer & Elk all have great outcomes.
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    I think the pile is great but it should be multiple choice. But that is just me. It's your pole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MtnSnow View Post
    I would love our property to back onto a national forest but at least our property is surrounded by other private cattle ranches like how our property is used in the summer & fall months so we don't get a lot of hunting pressure and we work closely with the state DWR (Division of Wildlife Resources) to effectively manage the herds so our cattle and the Deer & Elk all have great outcomes.

    Absolutley, you would be surprised not too many hunters during rifle season so really not too much hunting pressure, most stay within 100 yards of the road, I call them "Curb Feelers", I've set up some nice protein feeders and corn slingers to help draw them in, plenty of streams, cliffs, hollers with old stone chimneys, caves etc.
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    Hey Blackbear, hope your outfitting business is a great success. I would have checked all 4 boxes if I could. Love deer hunting with my bow. Hope your season is going better than mine
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    Thanks so much for the reply, I probably should have done a better job with the choices, the idea was to pick further down the list as more apply if that makes sense. I'm going to post some pictures for everybody shortly but I wanted to give this a few days, hey it provides a destination for MV vehicle road trips. Glad to has an east coaster on the list! More to come.
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