I didn't speak for you, in fact I said I wasn't you, and the comments I made were general info, nothing I said was info about your ranch other than it is high-fence. If what I said was incorrect please spell it out, because other than that I did not give any details about your game ranch.
Sorry about the name mix-up, that was a mistake on my part. I have info at home on 7 or 8 hunt farms and must have accidentally mixed up the "northerngiants" part of your e-mail with the name of the ranch. There are a number of ranches that start with 'northern' as you know. Again, sorry about that.
And no I do not KNOW EVERYTHING but I live up there and I do know about Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba elk ranches and which province allows the hunts behind fence and which don't, as well as where there are non-resident elk allocations for outfitters and where there are not.
I've spent countless hours either on my hands and knees or bent over, messing up my back, looking for blood. One such instance I remember most was a hog hunt a few years ago in Mississippi. I had never shot a hog so when I poked a hole in this guy; I was determined to find him. Wearing snake leggings, I crawled on my hands and knees through the briars and the brambles and bushes where a rabbit wouldn't go. I found a spot of blood here and there but never the pig. And lucky for me, I didn't find...