⚠ Unsupported Browser Detected ⚠

Unfortunately this browser is not supported. Please use a recent version of Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Edge to view couchsurfingcook.com.




You are watching: 9797 state highway 97 waelder, texas 78959

*
US


Years in Business: 19

Customer Reviews are not used in the calculation of couchsurfingcook.com Rating

Overview of couchsurfingcook.com Rating


Years in Business: 19

Customer Reviews are not used in the calculation of couchsurfingcook.com Rating

Overview of couchsurfingcook.com Rating


Contact Information

Principal

Mr. George Hemminger, Marketing Manager

Customer Contact

Mr. George Hemminger, Marketing Manager

Need to file a complaint? couchsurfingcook.com is here to help. We’ll guide you through the process. How couchsurfingcook.com Processes Complaints and Reviews


*



See more: 5025 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach, Fl 33417 Us (Guitar Center)

A friend of mine “won“ a trip to the ranch for a hog hunt last year and asked a group of us to go. We’re hunters and we figured it would be a good time. Knowing it was a high fence ranch, I was under no allusion that it would be like hunting free range animals. What I did not expect to encounter was domestic farm pigs with notched ears that would walk right up to the car to be fed. The packages they sale you are full of stipulations that they do not tell you about when you pay in cash up front. We bought the thousand pound package and were told we would pay .75 a pound for the meat. What they did not tell us was that you have to kill 1000 lbs of hog to get that pricing. If you don’t reach that mark you pay $1 a pound. That wouldn’t be so frustrating had we seen enough hogs to reach the 1000 lbs mark. Our group shot all the hogs that were in our shooting lanes and only ended up with 260 lbs of meat and 3 piglets. They even tried to convince is to buy a 2000lbs package because we were assured we would reach that mark. We’re were told the difference would be made up with sausage from their butcher shop. I understand we paid for 1000lbs of hanging weight but to only receive 80 lbs of sausage to make up the difference of 740lbs does not add up to me. The safety issues were my greatest concern during the whole trip. It is touted as being part of a larger ranch but the area you hunt is only around 200 acres. 200 acres might sound like a lot but when you have 65 people hunting it gets really small. You have hunters in all directions shooting indiscriminately. At one point our group got behind trees because people were shooting at hogs running behind us. There are very few actual blinds. What they call blinds are lawn chairs sitting on the ground in the open. Of the 6 hunts we had during our three day stay 5 of them were in lawn chairs on the ground. Don’t waste your time or your money going to this place. The owner is rude and just smirked when we brought up the issues we had.