Just something to consider, and it'll help some understand why I don't think outfitters should be allowed to operate on public ground.
In most units, guys wait for years to draw a permit. So when they do draw, they hunt one year and are done. But in the case of outfitters, they profit by having guys hunt "their" PUBLIC spots every year. And any one that thinks the outfitters will give up a spot when they see another bait is fooling themselves.
Money makes people do stupid things, including messing with others set-ups. Many of these outfitters make thousands of dollars and anything that puts that at risk is cutting into their profits.
Plus, outfitters make more on the more bait sites they have, again increasing competition for the public ground. As you can imagine, I am strongly against outfitters using public ground, in Wisconsin and any other state.
I am not saying guiding shouldn't be allowed on private. The landowner is paying the taxes, let them make the decision but on public ground, keep it for the guy willing to do the work himself.