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Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by callinfowl, Aug 13, 2019 at 3:25 AM.
Sad but true, people hunting CA are the last Mohicans.
So, what does Mr. Montna do, in conjunction with DU, etc., differently than other rice producers?
Holds water when others are draining fields and keeps a lot of set aside fields as refuge.
The guy actually does a lot for the ducks, I'm sure he's getting grant money and DU kickbacks but he does raise a lot of birds on his land.
I'm going to hunt in California one of these days. So cool.
Hasn't there been countless arguments on the California forums about big dollars clubs doing this exact same thing? Just sayin'...
Montna’s properties where all this conservation is occurring are big dollar clubs. Well maybe not “big dollar,” but about as pricey as non-equity clubs get. On the low end, you’re looking at $12K for a 3 man blind in a rice club on a rotation, on the high end around $12K/seat. All of his clubs are 20 gauge or smaller, weekends and Wednesdays only, no hunting after noon, and some of them charge a $50 “fine” for every hen shot.
Well now we know where the money comes from to do all this conservation work.....
Don’t get me wrong, the guy does a lot for ducks (and a lot of other species too), but the guy makes a lot of money off the ducks too.