I've hunted E-rock before. Gary, the guy who runs the hunts is a real cool cat. The whole crew is very helpful and friendly. It is a very easy, no-brainer hunt. They will pick out your blind and take you to and from your blind twice a day. All you do is spread out some corn, wait for the deer to show up, and don't miss. They try to set it up to where you won't have to shoot more than 100 yards or so. They even will help you with tracking if the deer runs off. In fact, they require you to stay near your blind and if the deer runs out of sight, you must wait for them to help you so you don't get turned around.
They are very strict on the spike and doe thing. Bring binoculars and absolutely confirm it is indeed a spike or a doe. There will be a game warden around. If you shoot a buck that is not a spike, you will lose your deer, get a ticket, and be asked to leave the property. There was one guy when I was there that shot not one, but two illegal bucks in one afternoon. It did not go well for him.
The blinds are just popup blinds that they set up for you before the hunt. Bring a comfortable chair and shooting sticks. Also, bring water, snacks, and TP because you won't be allowed to leave the area of your blind until they pick you up.
There are a few axis deer around, but not many. They hang out mainly near the campground.
If your wanting an easy hunt, this is it. Just follow the rules, don't shoot illegal deer, and enjoy the awesome scenery!
Edited by Palehorse (10/15/16 12:56 PM)
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