Camp Kay OutfittersIndiana, Ohio
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CAMP (NOT O) KAY. first off there is no camp and there is no outfitter,the so called outfitter never called to see if we needed anything or why we left so early. He didn't care as long he had our money.There was just 2 part time guides who have full time jobs, and put there personal business before guiding hunters. this was the most expensive deer hunt i have been on. and the worst experience i have had with a so called outfitter. My hunting buddy and I left 3 days early due to not many sightings and no shooters at all, you usually saw a few 2 1/2 year old bucks in a 500 acre corn field. stands where either home made or of poor quality. some of the stands have not been hunted out of since last year,i had to cut limbs out of the way so I could possibly shoot. Outfitters i have hunted with in the past where always booked solid during the main rut, We were the only 2 hunting that peak week that raised a red flag right off the bat. I don't know about the Ohio outfit but the Indiana operation ranks a 3 out of a 10!!!!
Was the outfitter notified of problems? - NO
Disagree. The hunters were provided many stand options and 2 guides with little hunting pressure. They were seeing bucks but left early to hunt with family in Ohio and left 3 days of opportunity behind. I'm sorry they didnt get a buck in 3 days and was busy with other hunters so I didnt get to meet them. Most of our hunters are repeat clients and we have taken 28 bucks so far this season in Indiana. These bucks can be seen on our Facebook page- Camp Kay Outfitters. We offer free range hunts and understand that most people will understand this but some people really need to stick with high fence hunts where they can be guaranteed a kill. Again, I'm sorry that you guys didnt get a buck but you should at least hunt the full time before writing reviews such as yours.
Mark Liebner- owner
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