shooting preserve

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a preserve on which hunting is permitted during certain months of the year

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registered guide's license to complement the wing shooting preserve business.
Mullin encourages the use of the words hunting resort or club over shooting preserve. "Shooting is only a small part of the experience," he says, "and to me a preserve is a place the Nature Conservancy takes care of, not a place to hunt.
Longleaf's seasoned guides, who care for the plantation's 52 bird dogs, bring years of experience to the table--Fred Alexander, who just finished his 35th year at the shooting preserve; G.W.
If that isn't possible, I make a trip to a nearby shooting preserve. Busting clay targets just isn't as exciting as shooting fast-flying ringnecks.
But these are hunting guns so I took the 28 to Flying Feathers shooting preserve near Golden City, Missouri, run by Marsha and Bruce Lilienkamp.
But the Drake is actually a hunting gun, so I put it to good use at the Flying Feathers shooting preserve near Golden City, Missouri.
* LIVE ROUNDS There is no better test than shooting live birds, so I took the Viper to the Claythorne Lodge Shooting Preserve near Columbus, Kansas.
Then, in my best professorial tone, I began to explain that chukars aren't seen in the Lone Star State unless you're on or near a shooting preserve. I was about to go into great detail on the origin of these little immigrant partridges when, sure enough, we came upon the impressive gate that marked the entrance to the Rough Creek Lodge.
Owner Nick Germanio attributes much of the success of the store to the nearby hunting preserve which he also operates, the 1,200-acre Belleplain Farms Shooting Preserve.
In September 2006, 160 elk escaped from a shooting preserve near Rexburg, Idaho, causing wildlife officials in Idaho and Wyoming to shudder.
* PEN-RAISED FUN Another thing for late season is taking pup hunting at a shooting preserve. I know folks who do not think that is hunting, and even go so far as to say they would never do it.
"I like to equate our pheasants with opening day wild birds," says Keith Houghton, who has been at the shooting preserve game a long time and whose Tipton, Kan., ranch has been in the family for five generations.
But there's an interesting option available these days--the shooting preserve.
I would expect her to do better on a shooting preserve type hunt than on a totally wild bird hunt.