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
Bowtech Equalizer 50# 26" Draw
Easton 500 ST-Axis FMJ Arrows
125gr RazorTricks & Magnus Bullheads
Axcel Armortech Sight
2012 Deer Contest Team 8 "Thwackers"
2013 Deer Contest Team 26 "Draggin' Rights"
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Bill from Tunkhannock, PA. Also, hunt in Southern Indiana a little bit every year.
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Apex 3 pin sight
Beman Bow Hunter ICS arrows
100 gr. NAP Killzone Low KE Mechanical Broadheads
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Beiman speeds arrows
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