WE ARE GROWING! BUCKDADDYS WELCOMES OUR NEWEST PROPERTY – THE 800 – TO THE FOLD!
Please welcome our newest property to the Club – the 800! It sits in Newton County, Texas, and boasts what we consider to be excellent woods and abundant wildlife! The land manager for this newly acquired property will be Robert, our President, as we work to getting it acclimated to the BuckDaddys way. We filled it in a matter of days, which shows how high demand is. We will continue to look for additional properties to grow our club, and your choices! Maps and Directions coming soon!__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Effective immediately, the following management changes are in affect:1815 – John Minkert, Manager2100 – Patrick Reichel, Manager556 – Tim Wallace, Manager428 – Tim Wallace, Manager150 – Robert Witt, Manager800 – Robert Witt, ManagerContact information is in your packet!* * * * * * *FOR ANY MEMBER WHO HAS OR IS PLANNING ON USING UTILITIES ON PROPERTIES THAT OFFER THEM – PLEASE HAVE YOUR ACCOUNTS PAID TO THE MEMBER MANAGERS WHO MANAGE THEM by 5/1 of each year. They will run on the same schedule as our membership years do, however, they are still managed by the designated point person on each property.
WORK DAYS FOR SPRING, 2021
We are resuming work weekends twice a year, on various properties. While it benefits you to attend the work day (the Saturday of the work weekend) on your assigned property, you do have the option to attend another property if the date or location is more convenient for you. Just sign in to receive credit. (note – signing in is mandatory!). Be prepared to meet your land manager, other fellow members, and to roll up your sleeves and contribute for the collective good. Work can, but is not guaranteed, to include any of the following: camp, mowing, putting up or mending gates, painting boundaries with purple paint, cutting paths (limbs and undergrowth – never trunks), etc. We always meet in camp at 9 am, sign in, obtain assignments and get to work. After the work is done, feel free to go work in your own areas, as you wish.
556 – May 1 -Show up on the 556 at 9 am
150, 428 – May 15 – Both properties should show up on the 428 at 9 am
2100 – May 15 – Show up on the 2100 at 9 am
1815 – May 22 – Show up on the 1815 at 9 am
800 – May 29 – Show up on the 800 at 9 am
Please be aware that we do not give credit for work performed on days outside the days shown above. To receive credit, you must sign in on the work day sheet. Please also bring any tools and equipment you may think is useful, such as, but not limited to, mowers, fence tools, purple spray paint, garbage bags, machetes, tractors, etc. Anything to cut, fix, mow, repair or build with. Also, after you are finished with the collective work for the club, then you may go into your own areas to work, should you wish. Thanks!
IF YOU SEE A ROAD THAT HAS BEEN RECENTLY GRADED, PLEASE DO NOT DRIVE ON IT IF IT IS SOFT. THE CLUB COULD BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR DAMAGE SUSTAINED BY DRIVING ON NEWLY WORKED ON ROAD. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT SUSAN OR ROBERT. THANK YOU!
As a Reminder…..
MUST SIGN IN WHEN YOU ARRIVE AT MAILBOX, AND OUT WHEN YOU GO HOME
Please do not walk around in the woods during deer season unless it is for the purpose of going to or from your stands.
1) Its simply unsafe.
2) It disrupts other member’s hunting efforts.
Be courteous and respect each and every member’s hunting efforts!
Thanks for your Cooperation!
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ALL MEMBERS MUST BE SET UP BY 9/15.
IF YOU HAVE MISSED THIS DEADLINE, YOU MAY HUNT BUT IT MUST BE PORTABLE.
REMINDER TO OUR MEMBERS!
1. BuckDaddys has a NO LOADED GUNS POLICY IN CAMP. THAT MEANS, NO SHOOTING OF FIREARMS IN CAMP, OR NOT IN THE ACT OF HUNTING WHILE OUTSIDE OF CAMP. VIOLATORS WILL BE INVESTIGATED AND IF DETERMINED VIOLATING THIS RULE, IMMEDIATELY TERMINATED. 2. Always carry your membership cards. You might be asked to produce it. 3. Sign in and out each time you enter and exit the property. This is for everyone’s use – so we know who is out there with you! 4. Please remember to be courteous to your fellow members and their hunting efforts. Be courteous around camp and while on property. Respect each other’s efforts, and belongings. Do not disrupt a person’s hunt. Also, never take anything, in camp or anywhere on club-property that is not yours. Violations are considered serious infractions and will not be tolerated. While we don’t normally have issues with this, we wanted to reiterate this policy. 5. Please keep non-hunting pets inside your campers or at home. Pets tend, by nature, to mark and protect their territories and may appear aggressive towards non-family members even when they are just acting typically. But we are a family-friendly environment and while we love our furry friends, we do not want our children, guests, or fellow BuckDaddys to be uncomfortable, annoyed by them, or scared of them. If you are bringing any dog to camp, they must remain kenneled or caged while in camp or on property if not hunting. Remember to call your land manager in advance of any hunting with dogs. 6. Please remember to make sure any fires are completely out before you turn in for the night! Be sure to check burn bans in your county as well to ensure they are legal. 7. Always please drive slowly on club grounds. We have children, recreational vehicles, and people on foot that are on the same roads as you are, and we don’t want to see who wins. Please exercise safety. 8. Remember to wear your hunter orange while hunting, during deer season. Its the law! 9. Remember, no guests are allowed on property without BuckDaddys granting permission. This protects our club and minimizes exposure and liability! It also ensures that if they hunt, they agree in writing to our Bylaws. Violations of this policy are taken very seriously. 10. Make sure all camp fires are extinguished before retiring for the night. Have a great, safe and successful time!