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  1. #11
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    Some of the listed Preserves are far cheaper than Horse and Hunt or Traxler's - both over $1000 for a membership, plus an annual fee.

    Last year, Major Ave was considering a reduced fee to geezers - $200. Not sure if they followed through on this...

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    Tom I live near you and make the drive out to Sandpines in Avon just west of St Cloud. Ownership and fields are exceptional. Worth the drive. No membership fees and birds around $20. First come first serve for fields. I prefer field 1A or 1B. 2A and 2B are good fields for pointers. If they push field 5 on you don't take it. Good field just to small for the drive (you'll be done quickly)

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    Thanks for everyone's feedback

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    Again Thanks for the feedback. I hunted Sandpines in Avon Thanksgiving morning. Exceptional cover, strong flying birds with great folks. I will return and I highly recommend it.

    Thanks
    Tom

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    Horse n Hunt Club in Prior Lake, MN is a pretty popular one out your way. Lodge with restaurant and beverage. Multiple events hosted each year. Nice Facility and Amenities. Members only I am not sure. You will probably pay more here than others, if this is something you are not opposed to...

    http://www.horseandhunt.com/

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    Sporting Clays, Trap and Skeet are open to the public - just pay the fee to shoot. Non-member for Sporty's - $24?per round of 50.

    Hunting is another story - only open to members; it was $1000 to join with an annual fee.

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