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    Hunting fool versus epicoutdoors

    For the last 2 years the huntin fool has been doing my out of state hunting apps for me. I see Jason carter has left and formed another company called epic outdoors. Should I stay or switch. Or does it really matter who does your out of state applications? I used bighorn permit service for about 5 years until the gentleman passed away and than I moved to the huntin fool.

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    Why do you need a service to do your applications? My buddy, who applies for about every animal in at least ten different states does them all himself and he's a pretty busy guy, but still finds time to do them himself. If you already are using HF and it ain't broke, why fix it?

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    I agree, why pay someone to do it when its pretty easy to do yourself.
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    I am not the computer super studs you guys are. so I enlist help where I need to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim View Post
    I am not the computer super studs you guys are. so I enlist help where I need to.
    LOL! Im not a super computer anything and I do all my own. Research is 1/2 the fun of it to me and I really look forward to app season and all the new MRS's and research every year!

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    I wonder, if you go with J. Carter do you get a set of "team radios"?

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    Interesting that Epic Outdoors are five of the guys who left Huntin Fool including family (Jason Carter, Adam Bronson, Chris Petersen, Kurt Connley, John Petersen) and they are based in the same small town of Cedar City that Huntin Fool is based out of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    Interesting that Epic Outdoors are five of the guys who left Huntin Fool including family (Jason Carter, Adam Bronson, Chris Petersen, Kurt Connley, John Petersen) and they are based in the same small town of Cedar City that Huntin Fool is based out of.
    Not really surprising, with HF's recent sell it makes you wonder how long it's been getting shopped around.

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    Tim…it matters hugely who does your applications. Unless you are personally choosing the units to apply for, when you work with an application service, your application along with dozens of others of their clients are put in for the same hunt the application service determines. After playing the application game for 30 years, in my mind, that would not be a recipe for consistently drawing good tags.
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