OMAHA. Calhoun Game Farms, Inc., Fort Calhoun, Neb. 18 miles from Omaha. Phone: Fort Calhoun 4913.120 acres. Open Oct. 1 to Feb. 1. No dogs or guides. $15 for five fair shots, with a bag limit of three.
DENVER. Gunners' Mark Game Preserve. 15 miles north of Denver and 2 miles south of Henderson on Route 85. David Howe, Alex D. Thomson, owners. Phone: Atlas 8-1928. 450 acres. Dogs and guides. Will open for pheasants about Oct. 1, and will be open until Feb. 28. Regular Colorado preserve season is Sept. 1 to Feb. 28. A state license is required. Three pheasants guaranteed on an $18 minimum fee, extra birds $5.50 each.
RENO. Fort Churchill Game Ranch, Fort Churchill, Nev. 50 miles from Reno. Best arrangements can be made through Holiday Hotel in Reno (Glenn Spuller, sports director). Phone: Fairview 9-0411. 4,500 acres. Open Sept. 1 to March 31. Dogs, guides and guns. $6.50 a pheasant, but the cost diminishes after the first three birds.
DALLAS. Snug Harbor Farm Shooting Resort, Carrollton, Texas. 12 miles from Dallas. Ray D. Barrett, owner. Phone: Chapel 7-3066. 741 acres. Open Oct. 1 to April 1, and a state license is required. Dogs and guides. $25 a day minimum for five pheasants.
SAN FRANCISCO. Peninsula Licensed Game Bird Club, 3601 Bayshore Highway, Palo Alto, Calif. 35 miles south of San Francisco. Phone: Yorkshire 8-1865. 640 acres. Open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Dogs and guides. $15 for two pheasants, extra birds $6 each, daily limit six birds. Membership fee of $290 entitles sportsman to 40 pheasants, and business firms and other groups may join at $610 for 100 birds.