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FishNet-Jaws Saturday, June 24th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: June 24th, 2006
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Directions
to the Field:
From I-95 exit onto Hwy 3 west. Take 3 to Hwy 20 west and turn left on 20. The field is 7.5 miles down on the right (their Web site says 6.9).
Review: I was there opening day with my 18 year old niece. We both had a great time. I've played at many different paintball fields over the last 15 years and I believe they put some great thought into this field. Look at the pictures on their Web site and you will see the effort they put into making this field different from others. They even post downloadable maps on their Web site. This is a woods ball field with many different scenario options.

They rent Tippmann A-5's. My niece rented the equipment there and was very happy with the gun and mask. They offer all day air for compressed air systems but at this time they do not fill CO2 tanks. I still use CO2 in my fish and I had plenty of full tanks with me so no problems...but that was only because I was prepared,

This is a field paint only field. Their prices were fair at $55 for a case of Diablo Hellfire.

The staff was very nice and responsive. The refs were fair and attentive. They offer soft drinks and chips at their check-in stand for a fair price. They keep running tab for you so you don't have to keep reaching for your wallet all day. They also have a large picnic type area for lunch or gun maintenance.

I had a great time at this new field and the owner said they will be adding even more soon. My niece also had a great time and is a new fan of paintball. I will be coming back and would recommend this field to anyone.
Last edited on Saturday, June 24th, 2006 at 3:33 pm PST
 

Review Comments
lethargytm Sunday, August 20th, 2006 | 11:20 pm PST
Actually its $45 for tournament balls and $40 for average ones.
   

FishNet-Jaws Monday, August 21st, 2006 | 5:39 am PST
I just reported what it was when I was there on opening day and on opening day it was $55 for their paint. I imaging they have ironed out several things since their opening day and they may have changed prices as lethargytm noted. Thanks for the heads up. I would recommend calling the field to check all of their current rates.
   

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