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Bennie

High Brass Shooting Preserve

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Went on a shooting weekend with a few friends and had a blast , literally . We went to High Brass shooting preserve and shot for a full day . Percentage wise , Curtis Grubbs , Dave Butler and myself had the highest percentage of birds released and taken all season . The first hunt we had 63 birds of various species released and we shot 64 birds picked up an extra , the next shoot we had 50 Quail released and took 47 Quail and picked up a Chuker and a Pheasant as a bonus .
This place was a great place to hunt . Great people , great atmosphere , great lodging and they fed us three meals a day . I highly recommend this place for a shoot and they can accommodate just about anyone , at any skill level .
They were sitting up for a Wounded Warriors shoot when we were pulling out , shows you what type of people they are .

The first pic , we had so many birds I was helping the guide carry em , why my butt pack is pulling my shirt backwards .

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Sounds and looks great, Bennie. How about telling us about the location and the cost associated with such a hunt?

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They are located north of Paris , just across the Oklahoma line . The first hunt we hunted a package deal with 2 Pheasant , 4 Chuker and 15 Quail a piece . The package prices was $325.00 and that included meals . The better deal was the three of us had 50 Quail released that for $300.00 for the afternoon hunt , which by the way just about did us in from all the walking from the morning and afternoon hunts . But we did pick up some extra birds and they do not charge for any extras that you may get . The sleeping quarters are $30.00 a night ( you can put up to 8 people in one cabin ) and like I said comes with three meals if you are there for them and they are good meals . Probably one of the best deals around for release places and the quail flew really well , they were buzz bombs .

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Sounds very good. The $300 for the 50 quail release; was that per hunter or per group of 3 hunters? I'm trying to get pretty specific because I'd like to take my son, who is somewhat fiscally challenged, and I need to know exactly how much money I'll need to take out of my 401K to make this father/son event happen!

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That was $100.00 dollars a piece , but I believe you have to start with a package , but you can talk to them . It was $325.00 a piece for each package ! The rooms were $30.00 a night , with meals . They also charge extra for just two hunters , but like I say check with them !

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Thanks, Bennie!

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Looks like a lot of fun. Miss bird hunting. I hunt doves but it's not the same as hunting flushing birds over dogs

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Never shot any quail but I've ate my share of em!!! Tasty suckers for sure!! Looks like fun!!!

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