Prior to reporting the success rates lets define them. We define success by comparing the number of trophy shot opportunities to the number of hunters in a given time period. For example if we had 10 hunters in camp from November 1 to November 5 and those 10 hunters had 8 shot opportunities at trophy bucks we would report an 80% success rate. This report doesn’t mean that 8 of the hunters received shot opportunities. It may be that 5 of the hunters in the group had 8 shots. Any success rate that exceeds 100% simply means that during that time period we yielded more shots at trophy whitetail bucks than we had hunters in camp. Success rates exceeding 100% doesn't mean everyone in that time period received a shot. As a final note success rates are in a no way a promise of harvest. Remember we are hunting wild trophy animals, and any outfitter that promises you a shot is in fact being dishonest.
Whitetail Deer Hunting Success Rates in Missouri, Iowa, and Illinois.
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