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777 Ranch vs Y.O. Ranch #4144800 03/25/13 06:57 PM
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Which ranch do you think is better, despite both being very popular? Which one are the best bang for your buck, experience, quality and challenge of hunt, trophy quality etc?

Re: 777 Ranch vs Y.O. Ranch [Re: axismaster] #4144825 03/25/13 07:06 PM
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Why don't you go to each and then let us know?

Re: 777 Ranch vs Y.O. Ranch [Re: don k] #4144847 03/25/13 07:17 PM
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I saw the thread, and without even looking knew who the OP was. Lol.

Re: 777 Ranch vs Y.O. Ranch [Re: bjones2571] #4144849 03/25/13 07:18 PM
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I am just inquiring.

Re: 777 Ranch vs Y.O. Ranch [Re: axismaster] #4144898 03/25/13 07:40 PM
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777 and thats all im going to post about it, allthough I highly doubt your asking cause your going to go to one of them.


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Re: 777 Ranch vs Y.O. Ranch [Re: BBD84] #4144992 03/25/13 08:19 PM
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Won't go back to the YO. in high schooli got a hunt as a christmas present I had a bad experience but seems like I was an exception to what others have said, but they have great animals. Cousin's wife's family are good friends with the owner Jeff Rann of the 777 and although there were some spectacular animals he did say some of them were really "tame" he's a pure low fence guy and won't even hunt a high fence for an exotic. Both places have awesome accommodations and with the exception of one guy at the YO the staff was great. Same for 777 he says everything is first class. Kinda like whose nice Ferrari or Lamborghini IMO.


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Re: 777 Ranch vs Y.O. Ranch [Re: jorge] #4145091 03/25/13 09:00 PM
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Seems like both have their pros and cons it seems

Re: 777 Ranch vs Y.O. Ranch [Re: axismaster] #4145347 03/25/13 10:46 PM
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Originally Posted By: axismaster
Seems like both have their pros and cons it seems


They all do.

Re: 777 Ranch vs Y.O. Ranch [Re: jorge] #4145786 03/26/13 01:36 AM
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I've talked to the YO and i think 777 too. Haven't been to either but I'd go with YO. I've been hunting at WRS which is owned by YO's family and he's a pretty nice guy and whenever i inquired about hunting at YO, i was always replied and never left wondering. My friend has been on it and he liked it.
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Kinda like whose nice Ferrari or Lamborghini IMO.
That pretty much sums it up

Re: 777 Ranch vs Y.O. Ranch [Re: chital_shikari] #4145838 03/26/13 01:55 AM
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Wife's mom wanted to take a pic safari at 777 and we had a good time. Nice place. Don't know a bout hunts though


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777, but I'm biased smile


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Re: 777 Ranch vs Y.O. Ranch [Re: Black02z28] #4147503 03/26/13 07:40 PM
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I sort of figured by your sig lol

Re: 777 Ranch vs Y.O. Ranch [Re: axismaster] #4147553 03/26/13 08:00 PM
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Originally Posted By: axismaster
I sort of figured by your sig lol


I've hunted the YO as well and had a great time.


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Re: 777 Ranch vs Y.O. Ranch [Re: Black02z28] #4148474 03/27/13 02:50 AM
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Neither make my top ten. What a stupid question. Axismaster who would you rather date Wilma or Betty? What nickname do you prefer &^&%^$ or *&^&%#?



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