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Looking for whitetail meat hunt for the wife and I #7916495 07/28/20 10:20 PM
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Not paying $1,000 to shoot 2-3 meat deer.
Lodging isn’t necessary but is a plus.
We would like to shoot one, maybe two each.
May also have another hunter hunter good for 2.



Re: Looking for whitetail meat hunt for the wife and I [Re: rickym] #7916745 07/29/20 01:42 AM
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Doe & spike, sorry.



Re: Looking for whitetail meat hunt for the wife and I [Re: rickym] #7920314 08/01/20 03:11 PM
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Re: Looking for whitetail meat hunt for the wife and I [Re: rickym] #7922429 08/03/20 05:56 PM
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You're probably looking for a late season MLD hunt when a ranch needs to thin animals out.

If you don't want to pay $500 per hunter for two deer. A ranch won't want to book up 2-3 days IMO for that cheap. And it may as well include lodging because it's not likely you will kill 4 deer in one day unless you know the ranch and can get there before daylight. Then are you cleaning the deer you shoot?

If you're really just a meat hunter...and it's not for fun then the high fence MLD will be your best chance. There's usually a place or two that sells them for $200 per deer. But I have no idea and would think they have extra fees in there also. Lodging, cleaning deer, tip?

Re: Looking for whitetail meat hunt for the wife and I [Re: Bigcat] #7922934 08/04/20 12:23 AM
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Yep, I have a MLD place, early season does and spikes. $1000 3 days 3 deer, lodging, meals, meat prep and ice! But I got told I evidently didn’t read the post. He’s NOT paying a $1000 to kill 2 or 3 deer.

Re: Looking for whitetail meat hunt for the wife and I [Re: rickym] #7923031 08/04/20 01:57 AM
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I’ve looked into this a lot in the past and ultimately just took my luck with some draw hunts and still ended up spending $500 or a little more per person for up to 3 deer each. BowMan’s deal looks to be very reasonable. I’ve only gotten drawn for hunts 2 of the last 5 years, so definitely not a sure thing. You may want to reconsider your price point. IMO of course.

Re: Looking for whitetail meat hunt for the wife and I [Re: BowMan59] #7923508 08/04/20 03:55 PM
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Originally Posted by BowMan59
Yep, I have a MLD place, early season does and spikes. $1000 3 days 3 deer, lodging, meals, meat prep and ice! But I got told I evidently didn’t read the post. He’s NOT paying a $1000 to kill 2 or 3 deer.


That's a good deal IMO


I'm not saying the OP shouldn't look for cheap meat deer. I just don't see how it would work with no lodging etc.

Re: Looking for whitetail meat hunt for the wife and I [Re: rickym] #7925450 08/06/20 01:17 AM
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$1,000 isn’t in the budget, I’m not wanting to spend $350-$500/deer. I apologize if my original post didn’t come across correctly for some.



Re: Looking for whitetail meat hunt for the wife and I [Re: cahughes82] #7925451 08/06/20 01:18 AM
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