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    Quote Originally Posted by 6pointer View Post
    If only they would put these leases out first so people could PAY the forestry commision for stalking!!!!

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    I think you have missed the point,

    they want the highest bid to pay to stalk.

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    How do these contracts actually work do you have to make a financial tender i understood that the contractor is on a piecework basis.....

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    Price per beast paid for
    You have to put in a price to cover costs per beast shot
    Ie 60 or 100 per beast
    Deer are entered into a FC larder and you don't get carcass,all costs off beasts shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by nell View Post
    How do these contracts actually work do you have to make a financial tender i understood that the contractor is on a piecework basis.....
    Aye paid for what's shot. contracting isn't as easy as made out on this forum. You canny just tender the lowest price just to get the job the system doesn't work like that. There's absolutely tons of paper work & field work before you even tender. Your proven track record is the main thing. You may tender the lowest price but what use are you to the commission if you canny cull deer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ELRIG View Post
    Aye paid for what's shot. contracting isn't as easy as made out on this forum. You canny just tender the lowest price just to get the job the system doesn't work like that. There's absolutely tons of paper work & field work before you even tender. Your proven track record is the main thing. You may tender the lowest price but what use are you to the commission if you canny cull deer.
    Spot on,not to mention woods heaving wi folk oot for a walk

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    it's time on the lamp that counts in that game lads, the ex fc guy up near mine took 5 in one night last year but went 3 straight nights without one which gets the anus a bit twichy if you've costs to cover

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobt View Post
    I think you have missed the point,

    they want the highest bid to pay to stalk.
    Yea I figured that but meant that if they split the contract. not many of us on here would shoot 600-750 deer a year. It would be good if our lovely publicly owned forestry commission would split these into sections that us mortals could afford!!! I don't really have a spare 50k to go shooting as fun as it would be I think the wife would kill me if I remortgage the house for that!!!!

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    You don't pay 50000
    That's the estimated worth of the contract,before costs have been taken off
    You tender a price per beast that you feel will cover your costs
    Paul at Barony you're bang on,lamp is needed for numbers
    This is not for recreational lads,this is a job of work,not an easy one either

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