Bowhunting Whitetails

Bowhunting Whitetails

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Contact: Craig Neace

Location: Illinois

State(s) Hunted: IL


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outfitter review submitted by: Gerald Ezell on Jan 18 2008

Species Hunted: Whitetail

Game Quality: good

Accommodation Quality: good

Camp Condition: good

Food Quality: not provided

Guide Experience: non-guided

Other Personal Experience: n/a

Overall Impression: good

Recommend: yes

Reviewer Comments: Craig runs an outfit that is a reasonably priced alternative to having your hand held, walked to your stand and told not to move type hunt. he gives you a map of the property, and lets you decide where to hunt. i personally prefer this type of hunt over fully guided. he doesnt over-hunt his properties. he may not have the "premium" farms but ther are shooters on his properties. 4 friends and myself hunted with craig nov. 5-9 of 07. 4 of us killed bucks averaging 125-130 one of those scored 148.

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