Miller’s was a more of a meat and potatoes type of hunt. You get yourself to camp, buy and cook your own food and I was alone in the bunk house so it wasn’t the same camp environment.
I would do both again just decide do you wanna do a velvet hunt or a rut hunt. I could be wrong but it’s my understanding that A5 doesn’t do the rut hunts any longer. Good luck
Baiting Regulation (operative words, "...other feed whatsoever capable of...luring mammals", which would include the intentional placing of indigenous oak and buckeye limbs per my local CA DF&W Warden): "Taking Resident Game Birds and Mammals by the Aid of Bait. Except as otherwise provided in these regulations or in the Fish and Game Code, resident game birds and mammals may not be taken within 400 yards of any baited area. (a) Definition of Baited Area. As used in this regulation, “baited area” shall mean any area where shelled, shucked or unshucked corn, wheat or other grains, salt, or other feed whatsoever capable of luring, attracting, or enticing such birds or mammals is directly or indirectly placed, exposed, deposited, distributed, or scattered, and such area shall remain a baited area for ten days following complete removal of all such corn, wheat or other grains, salt, or other feed."
The new qualifier regulation contains the following, increases the penalty for baiting trophy wildlife to not less than $5,000 and not more than $40,000: " The law, FGC section 12013.3, increases the punishment for a conviction of poaching the trophy while taking out of season, spotlighting, baiting, waste of meat, or take without a tag. The fine for a poaching conviction related to trophy deer, elk, antelope, or bighorn sheep shall be not less than five thousand dollars ($5,000), nor more than forty thousand dollars ($40,000)..."
I have heard good things about Arrow5
I took my blacktail on the Shamrock right next door to Miller. They are 100% deer club now and all Tule hunts are through third party. Total bummer.
I have been very pleased with Arrow 5 as well.