Three and half day hunt with Rack Nine Outdoors, in Barbour County, Alabama. Buck, Doe, Coyote and/or Bobcat can be harvested on this hunt. Mature bucks only; no button bucks, spikes or small-racked deer with less than a 15″ spread. This hunt is limited to 12 women hunters. Please see IMPORTANT information below on how to secure your spot.
Thursday, December 8, 2011 through Sunday, December 11, 2011.
You will hunt Thursday p.m., Friday and Saturday a.m. and p.m. and Sunday a.m.; 6 hunts total.
Hunters will stay in the spacious Rack Nine Outdoors lodge. Meals will be provided: continental breakfast, light lunch, a hearty dinner and snacks and drinks provided throughout the hunt. For photos, see the YouTube video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6LL48-7ZK4
Hunting will be from ladder stands, box stands and ground blinds; hunters can bring their own personal climber if they would like to. The property is heavily managed and monitored with game cameras, by owner and/or guides. This is a rifle hunt; however compound bows or crossbows that meet the Alabama regulations can be used. Your best success rate will be with a rifle.
Hunters will arrive at their leisure on Thursday. We will hunt Thursday afternoon, Friday and Saturday morning and afternoon and Sunday morning; six hunts total. Hunters will depart Sunday around noon.
The guides will not actually be guiding hunters in the field; however, the guides will insure that the hunters get to and from stands safely.
The cost for this hunt is $700 per hunter; discounted from the regular price is $1,050. There are no hidden costs; transportation to stands, meals, lodging, skinning and quartering of game are included in the cost. NO TROPHY FEES. This fee does not include your non-resident license; see License below.
IMPORTANT: A $350 non-refundable deposit must be received no later than October 15, 2011; deposit must be received to secure your spot–first come, first serve. Please email me for mailing instructions at email@example.com.
Licenses can be purchased online at Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources website. Please make sure to insert the correct dates of 12/8/11 thru 12/11/11 when applying for the 3-day license.
Suggested items to bring:
A safety harness. Required to be worn at all times in elevated stand.
Safety orange hat or vest is required while on the ground. These can be taken off while in elevated stands.
Hunting Clothes suggestions: Alabama’s temperatures in December can be somewhat unpredictable, however it is normally mild, if not warm compared to most states during the month of December. It is recommended to bring lightweight hunting clothes and some layers; just in case.
Bring a cooler to carry home quartered game.
Please contact me for information on where to mail your deposit check for this hunt or for any other questions you may have at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may bring and consume alcoholic beverages if you wish to do so; however please reserve the consumption of alcohol for the evening or after the days hunt. For safety and liability reasons, anyone drinking alcohol during the day prior to the hunt will not be allowed to hunt that evening. Drink responsibly.
This hunt is not affiliated with any group, magazine, or sponsor and is a HUNT, not an EVENT with silent auction, games and raffles—no frou-frou here—just an actual hunt. I am not a booking agent, guide or outfitter nor am I getting compensated for this hunt; I am simply organizing this hunt for women who would like to participate in a hunt with other women with like interests.