Location: RR#2, Box 69 Sigourney, IA 52591
Phone: (800) 432-3290
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Number of visits: 2-5 Visits
It’s a “chicken ranch” as we call it but one of the best. The birds are raised in a very large flight pen and Bill’s workers exercise the birds more than once each day. The birds (pheasant) fly very well. An occasional wild bird will launch and the “raised” birds are just as sporty. Bill has a very good sporting clays set up including some real hopping rabbits that are scooting right along. The atmosphere is very friendly with the arrival day interspersed with Bill throwing clays in “trap” fashion and plenty of competition and good fun. The property is set up very well and the terrain is medium in difficulty. Plenty of open grain fields bordered with brush & trees. About day 3 there’s one draw that holds all the “escapees” and a roto rooter hunter with a good dog can fill the skies with birds. I killed my limit for the hunt one day-13. I became the dog handler after that. The hunting is fun, the lodge is great (we had a large party and had the entire lodge house to ourselves) and Bill and staff are gracious. Well done Bill.