Part of the discussion at the DCS best practice was insurance. There is a discrepency in the percieved and actual insurance from BASC and other providers. The 10m insurance is recreation only unless otherwise stipulated. It does not cover commercial activity. SGA and I would expect NGO covers keepers but not recreational stalkers doing commercial work. Where the dividing line is is a grey area. Selling the odd deer as a byproduct is acceptable as recreational but taking payment for a cull or doing it for reward nullifies your insurance. It may be an idea for a BASC member on here to email basc and ask for a clarification where that dividing line is. I will contact SGA as a recreational member for a guideline. Other groups could do likewise. SACS, NGO, etc
BDS is different, It does not provide insurance but will give commercial insurance to members, This apparently takes thereir cost up to that of BASC but no ambiguities.
Don't panic but it is a matter we had better get qualified. To often insurance companies slip out from under.