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big sandy pheasant farm

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Has anyone been to this pheasant farm. We have a stag party in a month and are thinking of this place maybe. We have been to the one in aitkin and had good and very bad hunts. Last time we were there he put us in a swamp with 20 birds released. We got one and jumped one other with 4 dogs. When we were done he asked us how we did and just said thats to bad. So we really dont want to go back to the Ganz farm. Any help on the big sandy one would be great. thanks

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does anyone know if this place is open and if it is how to get a hold of them

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I have never been there.

CK, do you know anything about the place?

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Savannah game farm?

Hwy 65 McGregor.

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Any pheasant farm in Mcgregor would do. Any help would be great. We had a phone # for the guy and left a message but have not heard back. Thanks

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If you are willing to drive a little further there is Pheasants Plus in Warba.

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