I wanted to take a moment and thank our family, fans, and followers, and also the hunting community for the support over the years.
We are a family run business that supports multiple families and that work together as one unit.
I also wanted to take this time and address recent rumors and articles being circulated about a hunt of mine that took place this past October in Idaho where I was charged with trespassing.
Before I begin, we respect law enforcement. We respect conservation officers. We have friends that are COs, but as you’ll see over the next few days I had permission to hunt where I was hunting but the fish cop did not consider my evidence or my side of the case.
BOTTOM LINE. I HAD PERMISSION from the landowner.
- The landowner knew about the #yearofthedeer youtube project and its purpose.
- He knew that we were filming on his property.
- He also knew exactly where on his property we would be hunting and that I had a filmer with me.
Muley Freak’s full time video editor is the landowner’s great nephew!
Over the coming days I am going to show you that I in fact did have permission to hunt where I was hunting.
First, let’s go over Idaho Fish and Game’s Rules
Here is a photo of me in the landowners’ driveway, thanking him for permission a day in a half before the rifle hunt opens. He is holding a #yearofthedeer nalgene bottle that I gifted him.
I also gave him a restaurant gift card to my mother in law’s restaurant The Prairie Schooner in Ogden, UT attached with a “Thank You” card.
Stay tuned for what that the thank you card said and more.
- Erik Van Woerkom
#IHADPERMISSION #1BADFISHCOP #IGOTPERMISSION
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