Offgrid Outdoors has the following refund policy as it pertains to all deposits and fees paid to them by clients for any/all services provided or requested.
1. Offgrid Outdoors requires a $500.00 deposit upon booking. Personal checks, cash or a certified check is accepted. Offgrid Outdoors is not responsible for cash sent through the mail.
A. This $500.00 deposit is fully refundable immediately should you be unsuccessful in the license draw. If notified by the client, within 30 days after the actual draw date that you are unsuccessful, the $500 deposit will be returned. If the client fails to notify the outfitter within 30 days, (based on actual license draw date) the deposit will not be returned and kept by the outfitter.
B. If the client chooses to do so, after not drawing a license, any deposits held by the Outfitter may be used as a deposit for the following year. This request shall be made within 30 days (based on actual license draw date) of the client not drawing a license in the license draw. Failure to notify the Outfitter within 30 days to hold the deposit for a hunt the next year may result in the client not getting a deposit refund and not being booked for a hunt the following year.
C. If you book a combination hunt and only draw one species you may apply the overage to the remaining hunt balance or request a refund. This request shall be made with 30 days (based on actual license draw date) of the client not drawing a license in the license draw.
2. Full payment for hunt is due August 1st. Any money paid as a deposit shall be applied to the total hunt price. These fees shall be paid by cash, personal check, certified check or money order. Offgrid Outdoors is not responsible for cash sent through the mail.
If you were successful in the license draw, you are assured a reservation for the current season with Offgrid Outdoors and the tag/hunt cannot be resold or rebooked in most cases. Therefore, cancellations received after August 1st will be non-refundable. The following exceptions may be granted a refund if notification and paperwork is received prior to December 31st the year the hunt is scheduled.
A. In the case of the death of a licensee, any person who has authority to represent the decedent as provided by a court order shall submit a written request for a deposit/fee refund supported by a copy of the respective death certificate.
B. In the case of the death of the licensee’s spouse, parents, grandparents, lineal descendants and their spouses or step-family, the licensee shall submit a written request for a deposit/fee refund supported by the respective death certificate.
C. The date of death in such a certificate must coincide with the regular season dates, resulting in the licensee not being able to participate in the majority of the regular season.
D. In the case of an incapacitating illness or injury of the licensee supported by a sworn physician’s statement.
E. There may be other instances where military duty, court duties, licensing errors by the Department, or others. These will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
A full refund may not be possible due to costs incurred by landowner leases, use fees, license and permit fees, guide fees and pre-season expenses such as scouting, fuel costs. These fees and costs will have taken place prior to the hunt’s scheduled time frame.