Paying Landowner, Outfitter, or Guide Fees and Some Lodging Fees in Full


We require partial or full payments for most landowner, outfitter, and guide fees and for Airbnb lodging and some other lodging providers in advance by a due date.  RSVPed Hunters or fishermen who don’t make their payment to the Event Coordinator by the due date will be removed from the list of people who RSVPed for the trip and another person on the waiting list (if applicable) will be given an opportunity to take their place and make an immediate payment the day after the due date.  On that day, the Event Coordinator will tell the landowner, outfitter, or guide exactly how many have paid and send a combined payment via the landowner’s, outfitter’s, or guide’s preferred method (e.g., PayPal, Venmo, check, etc.).  The Event Coordinator will also make adjustments to the number of rooms that he reserved, if needed.

If something happens to change a participant’s status, the president will be willing to email the Club to let everyone know that a hunter or fisherman wants to sell his spot and that payment will be made to him (as he did twice in August 2021 for hunters on the Bartlett dove lease who changed their minds after paying for their spots) but he’ll be the mailman and not the middleman.  If he receives complaints from potential buyers of a spot that the seller isn’t responding to them, he’ll try to contact the seller and find out why they aren’t responding.  If their reason for not responding isn’t a good one or they don’t respond to him, he’ll email the Club to let everyone know that the spot is no longer available.

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