You are correct though... some 'English' take advantage of the opportunity and make a 'killing' charging them huge sums of money to transport them around.
I do it to hunt on their land, obtain fresh loaves of homemade bread/cookies/goodies/etc..., fresh eggs/fruit/veggies, etc... In the spring and summer we usually go to Lake Ontario to fish for salmon on a charter. They generally pay all expenses for that too... and I usually end up giving them my fish (or keeping part of one). I also transport them once in awhile to a job... then I stay and work with them. Most 'English' just leave and come back later to take 'em back home. Not me... and I usually get lunch out of the deal too.
- Jerry -
SGT USAF '64-'68
Grizzled Old Hunter
Suffering from Degenerative Bone Disease in shoulders...
Wishing All You Young Whipper Snappers the Best of Luck This Year!
Bill from Tunkhannock, PA. Also, hunt in Southern Indiana a little bit every year.
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