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Hi everybody, I was wondering if anybody has heard of Ruggs Ranch or has been there before and opinions on their bird hunting, I won a two day hunting trip there for this fall and was wondering what I have to look forward to, Thanks.
 

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Hi everybody, I was wondering if anybody has heard of Ruggs Ranch or has been there before and opinions on their bird hunting, I won a two day hunting trip there for this fall and was wondering what I have to look forward to, Thanks.
 

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Great place, nice lodge. Sporting clays and lots of birds not far from me been there about 15 times. We bought a shoot there its was first class. Corey
 

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Yikes that's expensive.
 

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That' why I'm not paying for it =D I won the trip by entering in online, two days of hunting and one of the days includes on horseback for Chukar and Hungarian Partridge! I don’t even need to pay for the flight.
 

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That's the best kind.........free!!

I guess I'm spoiled. I've never really had to think about paying to hunt. I have enough game locally to keep me busy.

Anyway, congrats on winning the hunt. Have a great time and fill your tags.
 

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You're spoiled! Here in CT it's impossible to even shoot any game birds, so many hunters, so few birds, and you have a limit of 10 to the season and it costs an arm and a leg to even buy the tags for them! Normally raising your own is the best thing to do in CT. That's why I feel so lucky, no bag limits (that I know of) and no cost! Thank you Scott Linden!
 
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