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Camanche Hills Hunting Preserve

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Camanche Hills Hunting Preserve

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2951 Curran Rd, Ione, CA 95640-9472
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James L wrote a review Nov 2018
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Great hunting club with very helpful employee's. Restaurant is very good also. I would recommend to any hunter who wants to experience a great deal in the field.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Steve D wrote a review Oct 2017
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Camanche Hills Hunting Preserve provides the upland game bird and sporting clay shooter with all they could ever ask for. Clean well run clubhouse and excellent kitchen provides top notch services. Four Star Rating Here...
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Chester S wrote a review Jul 2013
Ione, California12 contributions2 helpful votes
This was one of the best shooting places I have been to in years. The food was super, the people were great and the area was outstanding. There are three sporting clay shooting ranges and everyone of them is a different challenge. I took my grandsons there with me and they had the time of their lives. They had never shot this type of clay before, but they are now confirmed sporting clay shooters. Safety was a premium there, as it should be. The folks who run it are knowledgeable and helpful.
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Date of experience: March 2013
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mike m wrote a review Dec 2012
modesto2 contributions3 helpful votes
Have heard alot about how nice the club house is and about the three courses. Shot the white course and 5 of the 13 stations had machines that did not work. I will not go back when I was forced to pay for the rounds when I could not complete them. Bad customer relations and a bad experiance. Roads are washed out and walking is slippery.
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Date of experience: December 2012
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DaisyS01 wrote a review Aug 2012
Placerville, California273 contributions85 helpful votes
We went to the Camanche Hills Hunting Preserve to try our hand at 'clay trap' shooting, something we had never done before. We had a very enjoyable time. The staff was very accommodating, extremely friendly and supportive. Having never attempted anything like this before, I was terrible at it, but they were not satisfied to say "Oh well, tough luck." They wanted to make sure I hit something and had a good time. They went so far as to have the gunsmith come out and check things out to find out why I was having problems. Sure enough he said the shotguns we were using were not the correct size for me and took one and adjusted it so that it would work for me and then he spent time with me helping me be able to shoot something; and not just a 'token' one hit and "Yea, you hit it", we're done. He made sure I was able to do it several times before we finished. It was an enjoyable day and we talked about setting up another day in the near future. Larry the owner was super nice and made sure we had a good time. He welcomed us like old friends instead of 'one time' visitors. All in all, a very nice experience. They have 3 'trap' courses with various ways to test your skills, from flying clay discs (pigeons) to rolling ones (rats), to hopping ones (rabbits). There is a club house with a cafe for breakfast or lunch, picnic tables to bring your own, guns and carts to rent if you don't have your own equipment and don't want to walk the courses, etc. It is a fun place to go for sport shooting. Fee is $38/per person
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Date of experience: August 2012
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