That's good to hear. That is the intent of the program but unfortunately there are some CWMUs who don't treat the public hunters that good. If public hunters who feel they have been mistreated would report it to the DWR/CWMU program administration it would help. My advice would be, read the rules and if the operator don't follow them, report him in writing. The bad ones need to be weeded out.My family has drawn quite a few buck, bull, and antlerless tags on several CWMUs over the past +20 years. Several of those animals have been very nice trophies. Every single hunt the landowners and operators have been nothing short of excellent and done everything they could to help us be successful. Never once have we felt lesser or second class compare to the paying clients or the landowners family members with the private tags.