BASIC RULES OF THE AUCTION:
- Hunts and fishing trips must be used before August 1, 2022, unless otherwise specified;
- Hunts may not be re-sold or used in any way to benefit the purchaser other than the use of the hunt;
- Youth participating on hunts must have their hunter safety cards prior to hunting.
- If the hunt is a “Youth Hunt,” that means the accompanying adult may NOT carry a firearm and is not allowed to shoot the youth’s gun.
-$50 minimum increase on bids. For example, bid must be $250 on previous bid of $200. Bid increases of less than $50 will NOT be accepted!
-Bids will be accepted beginning at 8:00 a.m. on Friday, November 5 and all bids must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, November 15, 2021.
-To place a bid, you must e-mail John Fuller at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide bid amount, item #, and a valid phone number where the person placing the bid can be reached. Please DO NOT provide a credit card number as e-mail can be hacked and is not secure!
-Should the COVID-19 pandemic become increasingly problematic, the donator or FHF reserves the right to cancel the hunt/fish trip. If the hunt/fish trip is canceled, your money will be refunded in full.
Chance to kill a trophy buck or doe on Tall Timbers Research Station& Land Conservancy (Zone C5). Guided, half-day hunt for youth with adult on Tall Timbers Research Station and Land Conservancy in northern Leon County.
Minimum Bid: $200
Guided, half-day hunt for youth with adult on Tall Timbers Research Station and Land Conservancy in northern Leon County. (Spring 2022, except for March 12-13, 2021).
Minimum Bid: $200
An adult and youth will enjoy a great evening of frog gigging on Lake Seminole by airboat! Hosted by Florida nuisance gator trappers Jason Everett and Lane Stephens, the participants will get to spend 3 hours on beautiful Lake Seminole. In addition to frog gigging there will be plenty of opportunities to see gators in their natural habitat.
Jason Everett 850-933-7282
Lane Stephens 850-933-3583
Six youth accompanied by adult for all-day quail hunt with released birds, and dogs and lunch! Camp on Friday night, March 4th and shoot birds March 5th! Reserve a spot for your kid to have the weekend shoot they will remember!
Minimum per Hunter: $200
One Hunt Sold for $250:
Need Five More Bids to Happen Before March 4th
e-mail @ email@example.com
Guided gator hunt in North Florida in 2021 for an adult with trapper and nuisance tag! If trapper is no longer trapping, hunter will get full refund!
Hunter gets the head, trapper gets the hide and meat!
Minimum Bid: $500
Current Bid: $0
This dove hunt is for two hunters for 5 days/5 nights in the best dove hunting region in the world with no limit on doves. Stay at one of MGW’s multiple hunting lodges in Arroyito, Argentina (80 miles east of Cordoba) or Soriano, Uruguay. Fields are close to the lodges, which have gourmet meals, cocktails, and spacious accommodations. Local transportation is provided, except transportation to and from airport. Must be taken within one year of all travel restrictions being lifted.
Minimum Bid: $1250
Current Bid: $0
Eight people (four adults and four youth under age of 17) or five adults, for five days, six nights. Enjoy high volume dove shooting at its finest at one of MGW’s multiple hunting lodges in Arroyito, Argentina (80 miles east of Cordoba) or Soriano, Uruguay. Fields are close to the lodge and there is no limit on your dove harvest. Gourmet meals, cocktails, spacious accommodations and local transportation provided, except transportation to and from airport. Must be taken within one year of all travel restrictions being lifted.
Minimum Bid: $2800
Current Bid: $0
Trophy buck (8 pt. or better) on a 2800 ac. private hunt club land in Jefferson County. Youth must be accompanied by an adult and new, adult hunter must have necessary hunting license and deer tag. Hunter must provide your own gun and ammo. The hunt is an all-day hunt with lunch included. Hunt is in Zone C with season until January 23, 2022.
Minimum Bid: $200
Sept. 25 Gulf Hammock Work Party Arrive @ 10 am. E-mail if planning to attend!
Oct. 29- Oct. 31 Gulf Hammock – Youth - Muzzeloader (Modern gun for youth)
Nov. 6 Work Day at Telogia Arrive @ 10 am. E-mail if planning to attend!
Nov. 12-14 Gulf Hammock – New, Adult Hunters – Gun
Nov. 19-21 Gulf Hammock - Youth – Gun
Dec. 3-5 Telogia - Youth – Muzzeloader (General gun for youth)
Dec. 10-12 Telogia – Youth – Gun
Dec. 31-Jan.2 Gulf Hammock – Youth – Gun
Jan. 7-9 Telogia – New, Adult Hunters – Gun
Jan. 21-23 Gulf Hammock – New, Adult Hunters – Gun
Jan. 28- 30 Telogia - Youth – Gun
Feb. 4-6 Gulf Hammock – Youth - Squirrel/Hog – Shotgun
Feb. 18-20 Telogia – New, Adult Hunters – Gun
Feb. 25-27 Telogia – Youth – Muzzeloader Only
Both youth hunts and new, adult hunter weekends are intended for persons who wish to learn to safely and ethically hunt on a mentored weekend. Every person learning to hunt and carrying a firearm MUST complete the FWC hunter safety program. For those who have completed the on-line portion of the course and have a certificate of completion, FHF offers the field portion and final test beginning at 2:00 pm on Friday afternoon. Only stipulation is that if you don’t pass the final exam, you don’t hunt that weekend!
It is primitive camping at both sites but it is a little nicer at the Gulf Hammock lease. There, we have a regular bathroom, running(non-potable water), and electricity through use of the Volunteer Fire Department grounds and building. We do have a generator and porta potty at the Telogia lease, but lights and electricity go out at 9 pm.
Campers/hunters start showing up after 1 pm on Friday afternoon and if able to set up camp, we head to stands beginning at 3 pm and no later than 4 pm. Hunt until after legal shooting time and come back for dinner and campfire. We wake at 5 am, have breakfast, and start heading to stands at 6 am. Hunt until 10 am, come back and shoot clay targets and have lunch around noon. We have an FWC officer talk at lunch about ethics and hunter safety and then I spend approximately an hour talking about deer and hog hunting. We walk down a game trail and I point out rubs, scrapes, tracks, and signs. We head back to stands at 3 pm and hunt until after legal shooting time. We pick everyone from stands and have another great dinner and campfire. Same drill Sunday morning except when we come back at 10 am, we break camp and try to leave by noon on Sunday. All of the activities and schedule may change based upon cleaning hogs and deer and we will teach hunters how to clean, process, age, and cook the meat.
Everyone will need to have sighted in and shot their rifle numerous times. We recommend .243, .270, or .308 for hunting. .223 is generally not enough and .30-06 is too much! We don’t want complete gun novices coming on a hunt! You can bring campers or RV’s to either site but if you are using a tent, you will need cots or air mattresses. If you use a CPAP, you will need a converter so you can run it off of your vehicle battery!
Legal to shoot are any hogs, regardless of size, mature does if you get one our anterless tags, and bucks with at least three points on one side, including the brow tine! We do NOT want immature deer shot! No turkeys allowed, period! Coyotes are also legal but no bobcats!
We ask for a $75 donation for youth and adult and that covers all of the costs for the weekend. For new, adult hunters, we ask for a $50 donation to cover costs for the weekend. Any special dietary concerns needs to be told upon reserving the hunt. We have a limit of thirteen (13)!hunters at the 1520 acre Telogia lease and a limit of eight (8) hunters at the 705 acre Gulf Hammock lease! Any questions, call John Fuller @ 850 509-4099.
To sign up, contact John Fuller at firstname.lastname@example.org
Your donation of $50 for the New Adult Hunter and $75 for Youth/Parent Hunt overs all of the food, beverages, and snacks for the entire weekend.
FHF recently received an $8,000 grant from the Turner Foundation for the purchase of a used tractor for $9,000 for use on the two leases. FHF received assistance from the following: Dallas Tenant $250, Joe Costine $175, Kevin Abrante $150, James Young $150, Greg Allen $25, Robert DeShazo $50, & Mike Stach $50.
By joining The Future of Hunting in Florida for $25, you are supporting our efforts to recruit and retain hunters and increase access and opportunities to hunt in Florida.
An annual youth membership is $15. However, being a youth member of FHF is NOT required to participate in any FHF activity, including any youth hunts.
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Asher's first gobbler! Bought at 2019 Banquet!
During the 2019-20 Hunting Season, The Future of Hunting in Florida (FHF) hosted nine (9) weekend youth hunts with a total of 63 kids in attendance. Five (5) youth hunts were held on FHF's 705 acre lease in Gulf Hammock and four(4) youth hunts were held on FHF's 1520 acre lease near Telogia.
Both leases are paid for through a grant from the Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida.
During the 2019-20 Hunting Season, The Future of Hunting in Florida (FHF) hosted four (4) New "Old" Hunters weekends in which a total of twenty-nine (29) adults were recruited and/or reactivated to hunt.
During the 2018-19 Hunting Season, The Future of Hunting in Florida (FHF) also hosted five (5) Wounded Warriors who were first-time hunters.
Chairman Bill Marvin
Vice-Chair Daphne Wood
Secretary Lane Stephens
Treasurer Jeff Allen
John D. Fuller
Mayor Dave Henson
Jim & Terri Casselman
Cal and Mary Kay Cooksey
Buster and Carrie Smith
Marty and Daphne Wood
Brad and Becki Lowery
James, Jennifer and Jacob Young
Dr. Greg Williams
NHWL Engineering, Inc.
Chuck Wester, Yates Wilkie & Joe Lane
Brett Ewing and First Franklin Financial
George Grimsley and Grimsley and Associates, CPA
Wally Woodham, Jr.
J.T, Surles and Trophy Creek Outfitters, Monticello, FL
Bill Day and The Shoe Box, Tallahassee, FL
Lee Trailer Sales, Tallahassee, FL
Waukeenah Fertilizer Company, Waukeenah, FL
Kevin Kelly and Kevin's Sporting Goods, Tallahassee, FL
Bass Pro Shops, Tallahassee Store
Robin Barber and All Pro Equipment & Landscaping
Jake Webb & The Rivers Edge Bait & Water Escapes,LLC
Woodville ACE Hardware
Wildwood Golf Course
Magnuson Hotel Wildwood Inn, Crawfordville, FL
Mike's Marine Supply, Panacea FL
Coastal Trailer & Hitch, Medart, FL
Crawfordville ACE Hardware
Shield's Marina and Brett Shields, St. Marks, FL
Riverside Cafe, St. Marks, FL
City of St. Marks, FL
Crum's Mini-Mall, Panacea, FL
T-n-T Hideaway, US 98 & Wakulla River
Coon Bottom Gun Club and Frank Kraeft
Sea Tow Big Bend, Panacea, FL
Scott Pliskin, DVM and Mahan Animal Clinic
Mark Folmar and Folmar's Gun & Pawn
Tristan Shelfer and Red Hills Arms
Walmart, Tallahassee Stores
Cal Cooksey and Cooksey Auction Company, Sawdust, FL
Stowaway Marine & More, Inc., Shell Point Hwy & US 98
The Rivers Edge Bait & Water Escapes, LLC
Coastal Forest Resources Company and Ryan Daniels
Capt. John Swanson
Allen & Jeannie Boyd
Dr. Jim Davis
Reed Swamp Hunt Club
John Whiddon and MGW
Buck Atkinson and Welaunee Plantation
Alofl Hotel of Tallahassee
Shula's 347 Grill
Tall Timbers Research Station & Land Conservancy
Hoyt, Brent & Glenn Lowder
Marty and Daphne Wood
Florida Farm & Feed
Homewood Suites Hilton, Gainesville, FL
Hilton Garden Inn, Hilton Head, SC
Firehouse Subs, W. Pensacola St., Tallahassee, FL
Bradley's Country Store, Centerville Rd., Tallahassee, FL
Hal Bennett and Johnston's Meat Market
Tractor Supply Co., Tallahassee store
Stone's Home Center, Quincy store
Aloft Hotel, Jacksonville Airport
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