Looking for unused Mercer Permits

Discussion in 'Transfer-A-Hunt' started by saws21, Nov 18, 2015.

  1. saws21

    saws21 Member

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    I'm looking for any mercer permits that are not going to be used.
    I live about 35 mins from the wildlife area and would be able to put it to good use.
    Thanks
    Adam
     
  2. pizzaman69

    pizzaman69 New Member

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    MERCER

    YOU ARE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR UNUESD MERCER PERMITS, IF YOU WOULD JUST SEND A COUPLE MORE IN YOU WOULDNT HAVE THAT PROBLEM!!!
     

  3. CaptMark

    CaptMark Retired Ohio Waterfowler Staff Member Moderator

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    saws21 I see no problem asking for unused permits. I hate to see them go to waste. Unfortunately all mine are spoken for if I come across any I will let you know.

    Some people are just JERKS ..... ;)
     
  4. jason

    jason Sponsor Sponsor

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    I can see why you're not on speaking terms with him Mark, lol.
     
  5. saws21

    saws21 Member

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    Pizzaman

    Al, I don't know who pissed on your cheerios this morning, but I'm not going to spend $300 plus, buying licenses for people and putting them in for a chance to get drawn like you do, then become a drawing jockey and trade them for other hunts. Sure its legal, but 9x outta 10 guys that do it have no intent on hunting it.
    If I want to spend that much money on a chance for a duck hunt, I'd rather spend $100 a day and just hire a guide somewhere. You'd have a better chance at killing some ducks rather than spending all that money and taking a gamble on if you get drawn, what time of year you get drawn, will it be froze up, will birds be here, etc.
    So i guess next year, I won't be putting in for anymore hunts for you either.
    When we made the trade, I thought it was for a year, not forever.
    Hope you are feeling better tho! Still hate to hear you couldn't make it out hunting, I wouldn't wish that on anyone.
    Adam
     
  6. saws21

    saws21 Member

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    Thanks Capt. Mark! I appreciate it.