Author Topic: 2018 Black Hills Turkey Camp for afflicted primitive bowmakers/flint knappers  (Read 426 times)

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Offline JW_Halverson

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Dates: (official) May 16-20, but feel free to come early, stay late.
Where: North of Custer, SD - West of Crazy Horse - middle of nowhere
How much: Out of state turkey tags $100, plus your share of the groceries (expect $35-45 USD)

While this is officially a "cold camp", due to fire restrictions in the Black Hills National Forest, propane heaters are allowed and I will be cooking hot meals twice a day on a gas stove. Camp is located in the Black Hills National Forest, but not in an established commercial or public campground, consequently will not be able to offer amenities such as a vault toilet or running water.  Motels are located about 15 minutes away and may still be at "off season" rates.

Black Hills Spring Turkey tags allow you access to 1.28 million public acres of good to excellent habitat. Those confidant in their calling skills may opt to self guide, those wishing for local experienced assistance can generally buddy up with another hunter or two.

Camp loafers with no interest in hunting still welcome. However, pot shirkers not willing to do a turn or two at dishes can expect public and/or private humiliation and hazing. 


This camp is an "at will" event, and is not an organized event with insurance. Organizers do not charge for any service, any monies exchanged are for "fair shares" of the costs, and not on a profit basis.
Guns have triggers. Bicycles have wheels. Trees and bows have wooden limbs.

Offline Hawkdancer

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North of Custer, off US385?  Good directions are to come later?  Still trying to figure out which map sheet to getv ::) >:D.
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