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WUNDERLICH: Using a pro guide was well worth it

Posted: Sunday, August 21, 2011 7:00 am

When a hunter or fisherman considers the related costs of an outdoor adventure in a remote area far from home, it may behoove him not to cut corners.

As with the effort to establish a food plot, for example, skipping an expensive application of fertilizer can render the entire effort a failure.  Similarly, the adventure of a lifetime can also turn into a learning session that can only be useful on a future trip.

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