If you’ve paid any attention to the world of Western Big Game Hunting lately, then you’ve surely heard of goHUNT. This is the subscription service that gives you access to buckets of information for any state you could want to hunt in the West, whether your hunt plans involve grizzly bears or monster bucks…draw odds, trophy potential, success rates… how they pull all these stats together is the greatest blend of hardcore hunting and number-crunching nerdery I’ve ever seen! I’ve watched from afar for a couple of years, but never justified the added expense in my mind. Sure, these things would be nice to know, but do I really need to have the assurance that I’m getting drawn this year? Or should I just keep waiting for my card to get hit on draw-day like a kid at Christmas? (A kid who more often than not gets disappointed by socks and church-slacks). So, if you’re the average hunter who knows some stuff, but would certainly like to know more about hunting opportunities that are out there…is goHunt worth it?
Well, goHUNT is currently offering a 30-Day free trial! It’s not a limited use thing – you get access to ALL the information – you just have to put in your credit card info and remember when your 30 days is up or you’ll get automatically signed up for their yearly subscription (if I had a nickel for every time I accidentally got charged for a free trial, I’d definitely have a few nickels). But, this seemed like the perfect opportunity to determine once and for all if the count subscription (currently $149/yearly) is worth the money. So, I’ve been playing around with “The Insider” for a couple weeks now, and here is my take on the situation…
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