I don't remember him saying anything about church groups. He has a single-wide and it wasnt bad but he was building a nicer lil cabin when we were there in 2005, it was january as well. There are tons of hogs, he has about 300 acres of high fence and then someone else's land that far as we could tell was wide open. We all went out of the fence the first night and didnt see a thing. So the next day we stayed inside and knocked down a ton of hogs. All lil 50-120lbs. Has some bubba kid there to skin em for ya. Dont care how many elk and deer you have dressed, one look at all the fleas and crap on them its worth the 20 bucks or so per pig to have him skin. There are buffalo, axis deer and all sorts of stuff in there, I assume he told you to buy feed corn? get some but not much they dont come into the bait but the exotics do. Take some food with you in case he hasn't scaled up his offerings. Be careful with rifle hunting as there is about 10feet of relief across the whole place. So always shoot at a down angle. He told us that he traps the hogs outside the fence and releases them, but they are sure fun to shoot. those size hogs dont require .06 or 7 rem mag like the rifles we carried. .223 works great, a couple guys dropped some with it and .243 would drop anything we saw in there. I think I saw you were from GFalls so the ranges there will be much shorter than us northerners are used to 50 yards is all you will need unless you go north outside of his fence. Meat ate pretty good, we smoked hams and Tloins then ground rest into breakfast sausage. Any other questions please let me know, I am excited to hear how your hunt goes. I have been wanting to go again.