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Old 07-16-2018, 11:24 AM   #51
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Leave the place nicer than you found it !

If drinking adult beverages, DON'T act like a 17 yr old on his first Spring Break - respect the land owner and know your limits.
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Old 07-16-2018, 11:34 AM   #52
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I always bring good food and cook. I will bring whatever beverages the host would enjoy and itís usyally stuff I know. Good wine or whiskey or a variety of beer. I usually pay something for what I shoot except at my sisters and I would if they would take it. I clean and skin any game that needs it and try to leave the place somehow better than I found it. Itís an honor to be invited somewhere and should be treated that way!
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Old 07-16-2018, 11:37 AM   #53
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You can't just make a blanket statement like this, there are many variables which can take place in a persons life or the life of a ranch in any given year that may prevent them from inviting guest or certain guest back.
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It's pretty simple.

If someone offers you an invite to their place and they never offer you an invite back its your fault.

We have a good time at our place. But there have been good friends of mine that don't get invited anymore. I am still good friends with all of them. They figured it out.
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Old 07-16-2018, 11:41 AM   #54
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I invited a guest one time; that acted as if they ran the place. Saying stuff like "I'm going to this stand," or "im going to kill a big one right here." All this even before the paying members picked their spots. It made for a crappy lease weekend, and I steer far away from this individual on hunting trips now.

Everyone else covered what is expected. Good food, drinks, chairs, and tools. Leave the place better than you found it.
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Old 07-16-2018, 01:15 PM   #55
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Honestly, tell the people if it ****** you off. If they don't like it... they can tell you and you can shake hands and don't invite them back. Pretty easy, and honestly how it should be.
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Old 07-16-2018, 01:41 PM   #56
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I always bring extra beer/whiskey, usually provide at least 1 meal, and never show up without tools and work clothes. Don't create work for someone else, ie pick up after yourself. If we're fixing fence, I fix the most fence. If we're filling feeders, I haul the most corn. Etc

Antelope, and nilgai invites call for a little extra...Brute Cooler, Disc Cooker, good Scotch, etc...
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Old 07-16-2018, 01:44 PM   #57
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Old 07-16-2018, 01:51 PM   #58
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The recurring guests at our ranch all have the same things in common: they always ask what to bring, are always eager to help with any chores or anything that pops up, and help clean everything before leaving.

The people that don't get the invite are usually just very lazy.
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Old 07-16-2018, 01:53 PM   #59
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What weekends are you free to come out to hunt my place? ha ha ha
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You can't just make a blanket statement like this, there are many variables which can take place in a persons life or the life of a ranch in any given year that may prevent them from inviting guest or certain guest back.

Your looking way too deep into my post.

In a nutshell if your a guy who thinks your surrounded with a bunch of jerks your usually the jerk.

Get it?

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Old 07-16-2018, 02:12 PM   #61
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The recurring guests at our ranch all have the same things in common: they always ask what to bring, are always eager to help with any chores or anything that pops up, and help clean everything before leaving.

The people that don't get the invite are usually just very lazy.


Yup yup... and I try to mirror that as a guest as well
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Old 07-16-2018, 02:17 PM   #62
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As a host I typically supply the venison for the weekend and my buddies bring the fixins and drinks (they are always insistent on that). I never show up to someone else's place empty handed even if they tell me I don't need anything, I'm picking up a bottle of something to give to them for their hospitality.

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Old 07-16-2018, 02:31 PM   #63
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I have a place that my friend hunts, anytime, with or without me. He usually buys half the corn, helps me with food plots, filling feeders, trimming lanes, etc. Sometimes my wife is there on the weekends, and she cooks. He always thanks her for the meal. This is as it should be IMO.

I also am a member on a lease with three others. One of them (and his son) has been a friend for 25 years. It's like pulling teeth to get any of them to help do anything. I'm the only one with a tractor, so I mow. Up until this year I also planted food plots, spring and fall, for them as well as myself. Things have changed, as I'm tired of doing it all myself. This year, I will mow my roads and plant my food plot. We'll see if they get the message.
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Old 07-16-2018, 03:31 PM   #64
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Your level of pickiness is 100% up to you.
When I'm invited some place I usually bring a gift of some sort and ask what else I can bring (feed, beer, etc.). I offer to help where I can and clean up after myself.
In general I try to communicate directly about expectations and ask or err on the side of respect and courtesy when in doubt or unclear.


and what Sika said
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Old 07-16-2018, 03:48 PM   #65
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If you shoot an animal for the love of God don't sit there with your thumb up your butt and watch the owner clean it. If you don't know how, get on YouTube and learn so you can at least help.

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Old 07-16-2018, 04:01 PM   #66
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Whatever beer they like to drink, whatever whiskey they drink and food fit for fatboys! Clean up, pick up...rinse and repeat.
Harumph! Well put.
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Old 07-16-2018, 04:04 PM   #67
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I always bring good food and cook. I will bring whatever beverages the host would enjoy and itís usyally stuff I know. Good wine or whiskey or a variety of beer. I usually pay something for what I shoot except at my sisters and I would if they would take it. I clean and skin any game that needs it and try to leave the place somehow better than I found it. Itís an honor to be invited somewhere and should be treated that way!
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Old 07-16-2018, 04:29 PM   #68
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Old 07-16-2018, 04:34 PM   #69
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I have taken a lot of folks hunting through the years. I bust my butt to make sure they have a great time. I expect nothing from them in return. I also take a good many folks fishing and most of the time I send them home with a mess of fillets.

I just really enjoy taking folks out that don,t get to go often.

When I was a kid I didnít have many opportunities to hunt or fish so I know what it is like to REALLY want to go but not have anyone to take me.
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Old 07-16-2018, 04:46 PM   #70
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I have a family member with a small place (362 acres-low fence) around Rocksprings, that's covered in Axis and of course Whitetail. I get to hunt a couple times every year, but no other family members do. Why? I offered to pay for an Axis doe about 5 years ago and he said Ok. I came and shot a big fat doe and brought food, corn, beer. Got ready to leave and reached in my wallet for the cash and he said don't worry about it. Now, I'm invited back every year. Usually use at least 1 buck tag on a cull and at least a couple doe tags, for population control. Always bring a couple axis doe home also. I help build, move stands and feeders. I usually bring some game meat that I've shot. Have brought Elk, Blackbuck, and Oryx. Helped build a shooting range. I'm a roofing contractor, so helped build a covered storage area between 2 shipping containers. This year I'm getting the green light for a mature Axis buck.....SWEET!!!
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Old 07-16-2018, 04:47 PM   #71
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My standard show of thanks is ...

1) I drive the owner the 3.5 hours to the ranch.
2) I plan, bring, prepare all food for lunch and dinner (steaks) for all.
3) I bring an evening snack for all (cheese / meat tray, etc)
4) I bring a cooler of beer, water, gatoraid for all.
5) I pay a portion of the ranch house maid fee.
6) Field dress all animals for owner.
7) Quarter and cooler-prep anything not going to a processor.
8) Expect to do a few hours of labor (grass cutting)
9) Bring 4 bags of corn to bait (over and above current feeders in place).
10) Trash bag and general floor sweeping duty.
11) Take owners gun and confirm zero the week before the hunt. (not really an avid hunter)
12) Spot shoot does, spikes, and low end culls only. (and hogs/turkey)
13) Bring/prepare gear/tackle for any other planned events (fishing stock ponds, night shooting rabbit/predators)
14) Buy lunch during the drives, food if in town, etc.
15) Never over drink and be the guy setting the coffee pot in the morning.
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This is in no way a complaint. I am honored to be invited onto a property 2-3 times per year that one could easily tag out any given weekend.

As a previous boat owner, I understand the cost of ownership. By extension I understand the running cost of such a place and what a 3 night hunt that you shoot 3 deer, 4 hogs, 2 turkey, 20 rabbit, catch largemouth bass and stay in an air conditioned lodge would cost. It is far less than the $4-500 bucks that I put out.

After years of having to ask someone to put down their beer to grab a rope when we got to a marina, so I could buy us beer..... I try to be better.
Wanna go fishin. I'll get the rope!
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Old 07-16-2018, 04:58 PM   #72
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To me I think it depends on the nature of the invite and the personality of the friend that invites me. I have been invited to places for work trips in the off season which I love to do and people that have invited for that know it. I have also been invited to places for hunts. On work trips some people are particular, and that's OK, about letting you do things for them and others not so much. For example, If a feeder needs repair one friend wants you to go with him for morale support where my other friend will say there are parts in the garage go fix that feeder.

As others have said I always bring something to show my appreciation food/drinks etc and always do whatever needs to be done to make a contribution and not be a burden. I think the most important thing is go with an appreciative and willing attitude.

I have had guest at my place both in the off season and during the season and have always treated them like a guest with no expectations. They have never disappointed me.
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Old 07-16-2018, 06:29 PM   #73
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I like to bring steaks, snacks, beer, ice, corn, etc. to my buddies place in Junction. I let him know ahead of time so he is not buying extras. It is a nice gesture from him that he allows my son and I to bow hunt on his place a couple of times per year.
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Old 07-16-2018, 08:09 PM   #74
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Old 07-16-2018, 08:11 PM   #75
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Offer working and cleaning around or whatever they ask.
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Old 07-16-2018, 08:24 PM   #76
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I have always welded a discatta and bought a stand and propane tank. Brought food to cook on it and leave it all as a gift when I leave. I usually like just hanging out but if they have water and itís waterfowl season I always ask about duck hunting if available. I also always bring an ultralight and catch pond fish
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Old 07-16-2018, 08:24 PM   #77
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I fly up and go fish with buddies every year. We end up driving their trucks and using their boats and cooking equipment. I try and pay for more than an my share and rotate to give them nice gifts they could, but choose not to buy themselves (custom knife, nice rod/reel, etc.).

I also try and bring a premium bottle of whiskey and a few top notch cigars.

Lastly I say thank you after I get home and tell them I appreciate the hospitality.
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Old 07-16-2018, 08:25 PM   #78
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I would bring GOOD steaks and all the other food and drinks.
10 gallons of gas, my own sleeping bag and some corn. Do all the cooking and cleaning and not expect to shoot a deer. Hogs and doves? Yes, my limit

No, you are not being picky.
For sure. I was invited to a 2-spot lease many years back and I showed up with 250 lbs of corn and about a half-truckload of firewood. Next year I was on the lease and the "bag of corn a month" guy was gone.
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Old 07-16-2018, 08:30 PM   #79
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I've been known to bring steaks, BBQ, beer, whiskey, gifts, etc etc as a guest.

And when I have guests at the house and lease, I usually feed, house, clean and make sure they are well taken care of.

I guess you could say I'm a giver and not a taker as a guest and host . I've come across a lot of takers in my life but I enjoy the giver side of it. It can be a lot of **** work but it is what it is. All I expect is in return is a thank you and sadly you'd be surprised how many forget that...
All I ask is for some Summer sausage sweety pie! My other hot killer man never brings me any.
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Old 07-16-2018, 08:51 PM   #80
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All I ask is for some Summer sausage sweety pie! My other hot killer man never brings me any.
Oh Iíll give you some sausage alright!!! German sausage.
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Old 07-16-2018, 08:56 PM   #81
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Good bourbon and good steaks, and a personal gift.
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Old 07-16-2018, 09:27 PM   #82
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I always bring extra beer/whiskey, usually provide at least 1 meal, and never show up without tools and work clothes. Don't create work for someone else, ie pick up after yourself. If we're fixing fence, I fix the most fence. If we're filling feeders, I haul the most corn. Etc

Antelope, and nilgai invites call for a little extra...Brute Cooler, Disc Cooker, good Scotch, etc...
I saw what you did there. pretty slick.
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Old 07-17-2018, 09:20 AM   #83
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All I ask is for some Summer sausage sweety pie! My other hot killer man never brings me any.

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Oh I’ll give you some sausage alright!!! German sausage.



lmao!!....I can do hunters sticks Puddin'.. Haven't made summer sausage in several years.
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Old 07-17-2018, 09:49 AM   #84
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For most of my life, I have been on the invitee system. I volunteer to cook, and I can tell you that gumbo and crawfish etoufee has gotten me invited back to a bunch of places. Cleaning dishes, doing work, etc. I once unloaded 4 pallets of corn from a panel truck into a shipping container by myself in September in South Texas.

Really, don't be lazy and don't wait until you are asked.

And, pay it forward. I still get invited back to a place where I started a little prairie fire and got very, very lucky I didn't burn the hole place down including the house.

Now that I am on a lease, I like taking people, but the ones that get invited back the most are the ones that are less work for me.

One guy in particular that I used to work with has become a close friend because of how easy he is to go make the lease trip with. He had a standing invitation to come with me anytime and would usually make 3-4 trips per year. Even better, a spot opened up last year and he is a lease member now.
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Oh Iíll give you some sausage alright!!! Vienna sausage.
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lmao!!....I can do hunters sticks Puddin'.. Haven't made summer sausage in several years.
Thanks Cupcake. I appreciate that.
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Old 07-17-2018, 03:19 PM   #86
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My standard show of thanks is ...

1) I drive the owner the 3.5 hours to the ranch.
2) I plan, bring, prepare all food for lunch and dinner (steaks) for all.
3) I bring an evening snack for all (cheese / meat tray, etc)
4) I bring a cooler of beer, water, gatoraid for all.
5) I pay a portion of the ranch house maid fee.
6) Field dress all animals for owner.
7) Quarter and cooler-prep anything not going to a processor.
8) Expect to do a few hours of labor (grass cutting)
9) Bring 4 bags of corn to bait (over and above current feeders in place).
10) Trash bag and general floor sweeping duty.
11) Take owners gun and confirm zero the week before the hunt. (not really an avid hunter)
12) Spot shoot does, spikes, and low end culls only. (and hogs/turkey)
13) Bring/prepare gear/tackle for any other planned events (fishing stock ponds, night shooting rabbit/predators)
14) Buy lunch during the drives, food if in town, etc.
15) Never over drink and be the guy setting the coffee pot in the morning.
...

This is in no way a complaint. I am honored to be invited onto a property 2-3 times per year that one could easily tag out any given weekend.

As a previous boat owner, I understand the cost of ownership. By extension I understand the running cost of such a place and what a 3 night hunt that you shoot 3 deer, 4 hogs, 2 turkey, 20 rabbit, catch largemouth bass and stay in an air conditioned lodge would cost. It is far less than the $4-500 bucks that I put out.

After years of having to ask someone to put down their beer to grab a rope when we got to a marina, so I could buy us beer..... I try to be better.

If I ever become a ranch owner, you are the first one I'm going to invite out!


Nicely done sir.....
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Old 07-18-2018, 08:16 AM   #87
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I have only been lucky enough to be invited a few times. My standard has always been to buy all the food and do the cooking. Any work that needs to be done I jump in to do it. On one invite my buddy and I bought the ranch owner a Lifetime BBQ Pit, and on the other we bought the owner a 600# stand and fill feeder. We have been lucky enough to get invited back several times. I find it hard to believe that people have expectations as a guest, and or make demands. I'm just glad to be there.
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Old 07-18-2018, 09:01 AM   #88
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Good to hear everyone here is a good guest ......at least in their own mind!
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Old 07-18-2018, 10:10 AM   #89
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Good to hear everyone here is a good guest ......at least in their own mind!
I like that Kdog. I have had a few down at my place that fit that category.
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