“The large open rooms lend well for our socialization.”
“His properties tend to be sized towards larger parties than we have and his flexibility on how the hunt is conducted is well received in our group (our preference is more towards flushing pheasants with our dogs than just driving fields at posters).
The lodge is as important as the quality of the fields. The large open rooms lend well for our socialization. After all, that’s why we hunt together.”-Dennis Thorfinnson, Gillette, Wyoming