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Preserve/Canned Hunt near Houston #7655315 11/07/19 09:41 PM
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Looking to put together a canned hunt for some pheasant/chukar/quail for some clients. Has to be within a couple of hours from Houston. I know about Top Flight in Columbus, but are there any other recommendations?

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There is one up in Montgomery. They have had a few NSTRA trials trials up there. Don't remember the name. PM Rustbucket. He's bent here.


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Price Ranch. But I don’t think they have chuckar or pheasant. You’d need to call to verify that.

Re: Preserve/Canned Hunt near Houston [Re: bill oxner] #7655570 11/08/19 02:18 AM
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Originally Posted by bill oxner
There is one up in Montgomery. They have had a few NSTRA trials trials up there. Don't remember the name. PM Rustbucket. He's bent here.

I don't know if it is the Cartwrights
I buy my quail for training from them, and they seem plenty flighty. Good guys to deal with. They have their own hunting field, but I have never used it. I think they only raise quail.

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