We Loved Our Stay...You Will Too!
Bill M
Sarasota, Florida
Review of Comstock Premier Lodge LLC
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Our first hunt on this wonderful ranch — and we have already signed up to return same time next year!
Four of us spent three nights and hunted two days the first part of November. Owners Mitch and Roxanne couldn't have been nicer. Both were very knowledgeable and accommodating to our every request. They have great property on which to hunt "naturally", superbly trained dogs and an abundance of pheasant! That's the main event — but accommodations and food were excellent as well. Emily is a real gourmet chef! The four of us have done a lot of hunting over the past 55 years — including quite a few far pricier operations. But none have been as enjoyable as Comstock's!

Date of stay: November 2021
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Gina Schneider

We spent 3 days and 2 nights there, all we can say is amazing. We ended up getting the whole lodge to ourselves. We love nature and it was beautiful, quiet and Emily made us a great breakfast. We are so glad we found it to stay in for our quick 3 day golf trip, we will be back!
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Nicole Brownell

This is a perfect getaway for a relaxing weekend! Emily, Roxanne and Mitch take great care of guests and make you feel so welcome! The 3,000 acre ranch tour is worth every minute!
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Bill Robbins

We have spent several days with Mitch and Roxy over two separate visits. I think the best recommendation one can give is . "we will return". Great views , service ,
food and oh so quite.
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Bob Jacobs

What a great weekend love this place. You must go see for yourself words cannot describe the view or peace you will find.
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white baby bison

You won't regret it!

We booked a two-night stay as an "after tax" treat to just relax and enjoy beautiful Nebraska. My husband is a CPA and loves his work but the tax season gets pretty intense. We found Comstock Lodge to be the perfect place to recharge (but next year we'll stay at least three nights). Evenings on the deck with a cup of tea or glass of wine were perfect. And Emily's hospitality and great breakfasts made the mornings perfect. We also did a morning tour of the ranch with Mitch and the Buffalo and Elk put on quite show for us. Thanks for offering such a great experience!

Just wanted to say thanks for the stay. My parents and I had a wonderful time. God made some beautiful places on this earth, your place is

one of them.

Thanks again and good luck, we will hopefully be back sometime.


PS Emily is awesome. She is the right person for her job! So friendly, personal, and always wearing a smile!
Donna Vires-Phillips

Mitch, Roxie and Emily are our "extended family". Love it when we get to go spend time with them at the Lodge, it's always a new adventure!
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JJ Jackson

Best B&B we've ever experienced.
Comfortable begins to describe it, but another word comes to mind "confidence". As if you were walking through the door of your brother or sisters house, you have that absolute comfort that comes with the confidence that you belong.
Mitch and
Roxanne Huggins
are just good unassuming people and their place is nestled in the beautiful sandhills of Nebraska.
Immaculately clean, secluded, quiet. Sip a beverage of your choice around a fire ring or head up to the loft, and take in a view of grazing bison on the rolling hills. Get up close to elk and even feed them if you like.
Breakfast is amazing by any standards, but especially great when considering the new "covid rules". This is the place to get really comfortable and unwind.
Suggestion: If you're gathering with those drinking buddies of yours who get wound up (we all have a few), this isn't that kind of place. Like I said, this lodge is perfect for people looking to unwind.
Another suggestion: The lodge is located on a road that is not paved and the gravel may be fresh from time to time. If you're traveling on motorcycle, call ahead and have your bike securely stored at their place in town and they'll transport you to and from your bike.
Lastly, have Siri take you there. Mapquest and Google may eventually get you there but Siri is the best!

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We were all talking on the way home about how special of a place Comstock Lodge is. From the premier accommodation's, to the incredible views & wildlife, but the one thing that definitely separates Comstock Lodge from others is the hospitality you & Mitch provide to everyone. That along with the effort & measures you guys go to to be sure everyone is enjoying themselves. I certainly hope to be back to see you guys sometime in the not so distant future.

Best regards,

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Tuesday at 9:14 AM
I had thought about a Bison meat hunt for quite some time. Decided not to hold back when my Safari Times arrived and I saw an ad for Comstock Lodge, in Sargent , Nebraska. The drive time from NE Ohio was shorter than my trips to south Florida. Spent time updating some gear and hand loading for my M70 in .300 Win Mag. The Lodge is really beautiful and conducive to a relaxing stay. Many trophies on the walls, plus the view of the rolling hills is a delight.
A 3 year old bull had been selected as my target. The day of the hunt was windy, blowing 20-25 mph. And chilly at 20 degrees. After a few hours of slipping in and out of the herd, I was finally able to get set up for the shot. Using sticks, that were provided, I made the shot at 50 yards. Right into the ear cavity, which Mitch assured would do the job quickly. No running bull, no tainted meat. The Bison went down while I was under recoil and loading the next round, in case it was needed. Not needed!
Then the work began. Loading, hanging, skinning. The whole process, so familiar to anyone that has hunted large animals. I had decided to get the Bison processed at the Lodge. They have a nice facility nearby. A professional butcher asks how you would like your cuts. You call the shots, again. You are invited to help in the process also. All the cuts were made, vacuum packed. labelled and frozen, ready for your trip home.
My hide and skull were left at a local taxidermist, getting a rug and a Euro mount for the Man Cave.
I focused on mostly prime cuts, yet have ample ground meat. We had sirloin and rib steaks for Christmas.
I had such a wonderful time I hated to leave, but my shop will not run itself. Rox and Mitch seemed like friends that I had not visited in awhile. I will go back, because a freezer of Bison does not last forever! If you ever wanted to do a Bison meat hunt, what are you waiting for? I wasted a few years thinking about it. Check out the website for Comstock Lodge, in Sargent , Nebraska. Give Rox or Mitch a call, don't waste time thinking about it.