Joining a new hunting club can be a very exciting and rewarding way to enjoy your free time in the great outdoors doing what you love.
You should know 2 types of important information. To start you need the “do’s”, the positive part, and the things you have to do. You need to find out what must be done if you wish to succeed.
Secondly is the “don’ts”, the unfavorable, need-to-avoid part. Additionally it is important to really know what you need to guard against and avoid. You will need this to be able to not detract from or lessen your ability to succeed, and also you want it particularly to avoid possibly failing outright.
Following that preamble, let’s now examine these three do’s and don’ts of picking the right deer hunting club to join:
First “Do”: Pick a club with individuals that have the same goals as you regarding game management and harvesting of game. The explanations for this are Why would you spend your hard earned time and money to join a club where you want the opportunity to harvest a mature trophy white-tail deer and every other member just wants to fill their tag and put meat in the freezer, in addition to how frustrating it would be to pass up white-tail buck after buck only for your fellow member to shoot them as soon as they leave your hunting area and migrate into theirs.
First “Don’t”: Pick a club just because your neighbor, co-worker or brother in-law is a member. This implies that the club will be a good fit for your personal hunting goals, want – needs and desires just because it is for theirs.
Second “Do”: Pick a club that falls into a pre-determined price range, low to high, which fits your budget for this extracurricular activity. You really need to do that because finding the best club in the United States won’t do you a bit of good if you cannot afford the gas to drive there because you spent your entire hunting season budget on the cost of the membership.
Second “Don’t”: Pick a club simply on the price your membership. Instead you need to closely examine what benefits you get in exchange for your hard-earned dollars spent on that membership. A low price does not always equal a lower quality club and likewise a high price does not necessarily equal a higher quality club.
Third “Do”: Make sure you understand all of the clubs rules and regulations. You really need to use this since there may be requirements of you for your membership like work weekends, clean-ups, etc…. Also, there may be additional fees for club projects or fines for knowingly or un-knowingly breaking specific club rules. All of the above are very good reasons to make sure that you know the rules and what you are getting into BEFORE you join.
Third “Don’t: settle on a club that does not fit your individual goals, wants, needs and desires. What you need to do in its place will be to find some available hunting lease land of your own and form your own club with likeminded individuals that can all get along and agree on rules and regulations that benefit all individuals concerned.
So now you are able to boost your likelihood of successes with picking the right deer hunting club to join. All you have to do is to observe the do’s and don’ts set forth above. Just don’t do the negative things and make sure you are doing the positive things! Do and do not do as advised above and understand that the final results you get will be great, bordering on magnificent!