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I have been searching for a while for a good blind that wont involve me sacrificing one of my arms, and I came across Richmond Hunting Vlub out in Princeton california, they have blinds still available and I am seriously considering one, so if anyone has ever hunted it i would like your input on how well the [lace seemed to be managed as well as blind placement and so on so any imput would be very helpful thanks
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i hunted rhc in the late 80's -90's and we got birds back then. wilderness unlimited took over most of their good property. they are okay now but they don't shoot like they used too. you're more likely to get a pheasant than a duck now.
my two buddies are hunting rhc for the first time in 8 years this season so i can't really give you too great of details yet. they have a water blind and a field blind.
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They have a serious reputation as a "good 'Ol boys" club. you may have to wait along time to get a good blind space. Sometime a single in a four man blind opens up. but then you have to compete with three guys who you may, or may not, get along with.
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Do a search on this site for the Richmond Hunt Club and you will find a long thread on this topic. Bottom line: Most people seem to think it is not worth it.
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RUN!!! Run far away from richmond hunting club dude. Stick to grizzly. RHC is a waste of money.
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