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Pheasant preserves Bagley/Bemidji

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I also posted in the hunting area. Do you guys have any recomendations on shooting preserves in the area. I would prefer west towards Bagley/Fosston. Has anybody heard of Ruffy Brook by Clearbrook or anything by Bagley?

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Mr. Nailz

I have hunted Ruffy Brook and it was very enjoyable. The did a nice job for us. Hope this helps.

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big drift

The Marquette was nice the last time I was there also a new one up by Blackduck I cannot remember the name though nice set up there from the website as I remember.

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Fish Toys
McCollum's Hunting Preserve east of Bejou. What I've heard they are a good place.

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fasternu

I have hunted McCollum's in Bejou, very nice, but a bit spendy. Eagle Forest Acres in blackduck, great fields, good prices, nice people. Marquette in Bemidji-closed.

Was told Ruffy Brook was closed also, don't know as fact.

Bader's in Federal Dam, nice Fields, but put too many hunters out at a time. Leech Lake hunting area in Federal Dam, good prices, lots of scratch birds, but tough fields to walk.

Hope this helps.

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Matt Breuer

He went to McCollum's, enjoyed it enough to go twice I was told! wink.gif

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CAJ

Baders at Remer is very good. Lots of guys I know have gone there. CAJ

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