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If I remember right C.and F. Rooster Ranch.
Last I heard they had lost their lease for the land, but that was a while ago.
We have Rooster Ranch here in Ubly but their one of the top 3 in MI and very expensive.
Unless I can convince Kim to take it out in trade. LOL

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LMAO you don't have to do that Rattler! We'll find a good place where you don't have to be do something like that! I'll check into it when I get back from Yooperland! 8)

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I did reply to this but it was not posted for some reason. The name was C. and F. rooster ranch. I'm pretty sure last time i heard they had lost the lease on the land..... but that was a while ago.

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You might try Janks in Lapeer.

I got a family pheasant shoot next weekend, and we decided to go back to Farmland Pheasants, but I checked out Janks, and the prices seemed very good. Don't know the fields yet, but we will try them in the future.

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Thanks Kevin

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Let's put something together then. I'm willing to help you out on getting this together Don, and I know MakoWish was interested as well. I'm working on a plan to get at least one of my brothers to go with us also. It's be nice to shoot some clays before going....Capt. Don, got any angles on where we might be able to do that? Trying to expand steelhead mickey's hunting experiences ya know! :wink:

As far as an outing, I don't have a dog here, but anyone here going interested in bringing a dog along? If not, I don't know what our options would be.


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ratterler has a dog...I can probally get one other dog too if he isn't busy the day we pick...

I am whipped today and need to go to sleep so I'll do some research tomorrow...

Oh yea mako has a dog too...Gauge!!!

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Any updates thus far? I think a good time to do this would be in between the deer and hardwater seasons. Looks like most info I can find out is about $15 a pheasant released. Kevin, do you know anything about prices, or guest fees at any of the places around here. I can see people bailing if it gets too expensive. Also interested in what you have to say about Farmland Pheasants...longer hunting time, and sounds like they may be a bit less looking over the shoulder than at Janks...


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Here is Janks site. http://www.geocities.com/jankspheasantfarm/
My Brother in law talked to them a couple weeks ago. We were going to go with them, but we had a large party and the date we wanted would not accomodate our numbers. Nice things about them is that you pay for birds planted, even if you shoot more than the number planted. Price per bird is also reasonable. We like to eat our lunch in the field/tailgate, so we really don't care about a lodge. That helps keep costs down for a place without a lodge like Janks.

We have been to Farmland several times and we like it there. We bring our inexperienced dogs sometimes, and there is lots of room for them to learn. They have thousands of acres, and can accommodate large parties.
Unfortunately, my uncle who is a member, could not make it, so we had to pay for the membership as well as the birds placed for him and for a guide and dog (his brit molly is a whip). Since he, his dog, and his membership were not available, it was very expensive. But the folks there are great, and our guide Andy (who we have used before) and his two-year old brittney nosed out every bird. Andy also has a Vizla (I think named lazer) who has a real motor on him.
Anyway, Farmland is really nice but we ended up paying like $175 ea. :shock:

I know that if a few guys have good dogs, there are some places that do not require membership where you can go $15 dollars a bird, no problem.


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