There is no law being broken in trading hunts. Since it is of a cash value, all you'll have to do is fill out your guide's log book upon a successful harvest and submit by the 10th of the following month. It is just like receiving money for a hunt. No worries.
Pig guide says:[/QUOTE]There is no law being broken in trading hunts. Since it is of a cash value, all you'll have to do is fill out your guide's log book upon a successful harvest and submit by the 10th of the following month. It is just like receiving money for a hunt. No worries.
Well, I'm not and guide so I don't have a guide log book. So how can I fill one out? It almost sound to be it would be less of headache not to do anything at all...
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It's a close one to call, especially after seeing the deal with CABoarTracks (Lowell) at Camp Roberts. Before that happened, I'd definitely say it's no problem. But now we know two things... one is that you can sure get pinged for taking something of value in exchange for a hunt, and two is that this forum is not private and hidden from the eyes of the law.
Why does it have to be considered a guided hunt couldnt he just be collecting a tresspass fee for access to his property.I dont know that much about these things so It wont shock me if im wrong.Good luck hope it all works out.
If you are taking anything of cash value, in exchange for taking someone out hunting, then that is considered guiding for money without a license. Illegal. Period.
It is in the Ca. DFG books. It is so much easier to just follow the law.
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