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Hunting Resort Advice #8156131 02/04/21 10:39 PM
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I'd like to take my wife out hunting, but she's a little skittish. I had two recommendations, Rough Creek Lodge and Greystone Castle. What do y'all think of these places, I'm new to TX and she's a Dallasite, I have plenty of time, and I don't want to rush things, I like upland bird, but I'm trying to slow roll this. Thoughts?

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I like Joshua Creek ranch.


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on it, thank you!

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Rough creek is great food, excellent accomdations and a Great Sporting Clay's range too...


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Of those two, Rough Creek would be my wife's choice.


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Originally Posted by rmp
Of those two, Rough Creek would be my wife's choice.

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Of those two, Rough Creek would be my wife's choice.



x3. Nice lodging, great food, other activities including sporting clays and fishing etc. I've been to both and for wife Rough Creek is better choice IMO

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rough creek for sure


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RCL it is, thanks all!

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Originally Posted by tlk
rough creek for sure

Yep. They're just down the road from us. Very nice place.


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I had a better “hunt” at Joshua Creek, but food and accommodations are better at Rough Creek.

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Also, Rough Creek is easy to get to from Dallas.

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