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Anybody a member of Top Flight south of Austin? #6040495 11/20/15 04:17 PM
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Looks like a good place to take the dog and the in-law for some scratch hunting on the Monday after a big Sunday shoot. I don't really care about mass quantities of birds, just a couple of good points. Or is there any other place near Austin that is recommended?

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Re: Anybody a member of Top Flight south of Austin? [Re: Doublegun] #6040536 11/20/15 04:38 PM
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I'm not a member but I've been there as a guest. It's okay and the price is right. The cover might be a little thick this year.


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Re: Anybody a member of Top Flight south of Austin? [Re: Doublegun] #6040672 11/20/15 05:57 PM
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Thick cover is OK for me and the 80-pound wirehair- The pappy-in-law is getting on in years (86) and doesn't bust the brush as well as he used to; I have to send the dog for most retrieves nowadays grin

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