Here at Know Where to Hunt, LLC
, our overall goal is to give you the best outdoor experience we can deliver. We love to hunt and we recognize it as a privilege. But over the years we have
learned from local landowners and hunters themselves, that many of the waterfowl hunters have never asked for permission and often just assume that because the property is NOT posted,
that means they can hunt it. Through our relationships, we have found this is not the case!
We understand, when the wind is blowing and the ducks are decoying, it's hard not to want to stay all day and have a blast. We have also seen firsthand how not allowing the birds to rest
will negatively affect the hunting. That is why we monitor each field's usage closely and institute Rest Days when necessary. This allows the birds to come back into the fields - keeping them
viable for hunting. The Know Where to Hunt
team holds higher expectations of its leadership AND members. We believe in following the rules, honoring the wishes of the landowner, being
grateful for the day's harvest, and hunting with integrity.
Any landowner that has partnered with Know Where to Hunt, LLC
to allow its members to hunt their land, is doing so because he/she wants you to enjoy yourselves in a responsible manner.
We all need to remember, this is their land, not yours and not ours. Anytime we are hunting, we are guests and should always conduct ourselves in such a manner. The landowner can back-out
ANYTIME he/she wishes and within a few hours, all "Know Where to Hunt
Member's Only" signs will be pulled and replaced with “No Hunting" signs - rendering that property unavailable for hunting!
This is the last thing we all want to see.
Therefore, we strongly encourage our members to not only take great care of the property they have been allowed to hunt, but also to look for opportunities to improve it
, protect it
, and share it
While out in the field, if you see garbage, please pick it up. If you see a fence post on its side, please stand it back up. Treat the property like your own and the landowners will appreciate it.
I guarantee they will notice! We've never met a farmer who didn't know every square foot of his/her property.
Being a member of Know Where to Hunt means you are part of an elite group of hunters with access to some amazing properties. You've legally signed-up and paid for this privilege to
become a member, so protect that privilege. If you see a vehicle parked at one of the many Know Where to Hunt properties, take a minute to ensure that they are allowed to be there.
As a member, you have access to tools on the website that can immediately let you know if the vehicle is an active member or not. If that vehicle does belong to an active member, these
tools will also inform you if that member is scheduled to hunt that day or not.
In addition to this, if you witness another member breaking any of the rules, you should immediately report them. Remember, it only takes one selfish member to ruin it for all members.
As a Know Where to Hunt member, you have access to properties that the rest of the world does not. This is an absolute blessing and should be shared with friends and family.
That is why all "Full-Season" membership comes with a one-day guest pass that can be used whenever you choose. Once used, additional guest passes can be purchased.
Don't feel like hunting alone? Using the Membership Directory, you can always invite another Know Where to Hunt member to go hunting with you. This is a great way to meet
other members and establish new friendships!