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sporting clays course(s)

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You folks have any good sporting clays courses within say 20 +/- miles of Leech. Will be camping at Stoney Point and am looking for some activities beyond fishing.

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There is a very good sporting clays course North of Walker about 4 miles--------I think it's called the Sportsman Club

open to the public Saturdays and Wednesdays I believe. They advertise is in the Leech Lake area brochure.

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Yep, open on Saturdays at 1pm. Was just there two weekends ago.

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It must be Northstar Sportsmans Club - Do you remember about what you paid? Can you shoot a 50 round or 100?

Thanks Knut and Chuck - I plan on heading on up there Sat. afternoon.

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Yes, northstar. I believe i paid 15 bucks for a round of 50? I believe you can shoot a round of 100 as well.

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Yes, northstar. I believe i paid 15 bucks for a round of 50? I believe you can shoot a round of 100 as well.

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Sounds right. They also have trap available and you can buy shells there too. I believe it is run by members (volunteers) of the Sportsman Club so be sure to tip the trapper who takes you out-----recommend $5 per head. I'm sure it will meet your expectations and at a great price. Good luck.

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forgot to report on this - very fun and challenging course - My family had a blast - thanks for the advise.

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