Our Properties

Alabama (Crenshaw Co.)

4,500 acres. Near the town of Petrey. Limited to 15 members. A member is allowed to harvest 2 bucks, 6 does, 2 gobblers. Dues cover lease, fall and summer food plots, water utility, exclusive hunting rights, exclusive fishing rights, and year round access to property. This lease has been operated 20 years on high end QDM program. Deer density is above average. Herd structure and composition is ideal with a doe:buck ratio near 2:1 and a higher number of bucks in each age class. A shooter buck must be 4.5 years or older. Excellent deer hunting, turkey hunting and fishing.

Member is allowed to setup an RV onsite. Camp headquarters is a 2-acre concrete pad overlooking a 30-acre lake. Water hookup included in dues. Each member arranges his/her own electrical service with the local power company. Lake is stocked with bass, bream and crappie. Several bass over 10 pounds and one over 12 pounds have been caught and released in recent years. Land in this area produces 140-160 class bucks with an occasional 170-class. Petrey Farms was developed into a model property by enhancing natural habitat, improving doe:buck ratio, reducing hunting pressure, protecting immature bucks, controlling predators, and selectively harvesting mature bucks.


Georgia (Wilkes Co.)

3,000 acres. Near Washington and Rayle. Limited to nine members. A member is allowed 2 bucks, 10 does, 2 gobblers. Dues cover lease, fall food plots, water utility, exclusive hunting rights, and year round access to lodge. High deer density. Common to see 10+ deer per hunt. Operated on high end QDM program. A member is allowed to harvest 2 bucks, 10 does, 2 gobblers. No limit on feral hogs. A shooter buck must be 4.5 years or older. Excellent deer and turkey hunting. Enough hogs to keep it interesting but not to the point they are devastating. Lodge is a 4BR brick house on the farm. Managed lands in this area produce 130-150 class bucks with an occasional 160-170 class buck. There was a rare 180-class buck killed nearby in recent years.


Georgia (Wilkes Co.)

1,000 acres. Near Washington and Tignall. Limited to four members. A member is allowed to harvest 2 bucks, 4 does, 2 gobblers. Dues cover lease, fall food plots, exclusive hunting rights, and year round access to property. Above average deer density. Common to see 10+ deer per hunt. A member is allowed to harvest 2 bucks, 4 does, 2 gobblers. No limit on feral hogs. Operated on QDM program. A shooter buck must have 8 or more points and a 16″ or wider antler inside spread. Excellent deer and turkey hunting. Enough hogs to keep it interesting but not to the point they are devastating. Managed lands in this area produce 130-150 class bucks with an occasional 160-170 class.


Kansas (Cheyenne County)

7,000 acres. Near St. Francis, KS in Unit 1. Limited to 10 members. Dues cover hunting rights, farm house lease, and utilities. Excellent hunting for mule deer and white-tailed deer. Members also get exclusive rights to hunt pheasant, quail, turkey, waterfowl, predators and prairie dogs. This farm is secured on a long term lease and is managed on high end QDM program. A member is allowed 1 buck and 1 doe if drawn. Over-the-counter is available for upland game (turkey, pheasant, quail, prairie chicken, dove). A shooter buck must be 4.5 years or older. Lodge is a furnished 3BR house on the farm. Habitat is excellent. Land is a mix of CRP, pasture, river wetland, and row crop (corn, milo, wheat, alfalfa). Good water sources including Republican River plus multiple livestock ponds. Landowner does not hunt and has not allowed hunting for decades. Excellent deer genetics. Managed lands in this area produce 160-170 class bucks with an occasional 180+.


Kansas (Miami Co.)

1,000 acres. Near Paola in Units 11 & 14. Limited to six members. Your choice of archery, muzzleloader, or rifle. A member is allowed 1 buck and 1 doe. Shooter buck must be 140″ minimum. Farm is secured on a long term lease from one landowner. The property is in four parcels within a 10-mile radius. Has not been hunted in several years. Quality of habitat is good to excellent. Mature bucks are on all parcels during the rut. Landscape is a mix of soybeans, corn, CRP, and narrow timberlines along creeks and a major river. Managed lands in this area produce 160-180 class bucks with an occasional 190-200 class. Good turkey hunting on parcels near major creeks. Landowner supports wildlife management activities. This is a working farm. Landowner lives monitors the farm daily. Row crops and cattle are rotated.


Missouri (Bates County)

3,500 acres. Near Drexel, MO. Limited to six members. A member is allowed 1 buck, 2 does, 4 turkeys. Shooter buck must be 150″ minimum. Dues cover lease, fall food plots, exclusive hunting rights, and year round access. Beautiful private farm. All 3,500 acres are contiguous, which is rare in this region. Farm has not been hunted since 2014-15 season. The farm and surrounding farms have an above average deer density. Quality of habitat is good to excellent. Landowner supports wildlife management activities. Managed lands in this area produce 160-180 class bucks with an occasional 200-class buck. Nearby farms recently produced a 198″ and a 226″ buck. Landscape is a patchwork of soybeans, CRP, corn, hardwoods, pasture, ponds and creeks. Members can hunt with archery or firearm. Candidates must be proficient at judging mature bucks on the hoof. This is a working farm. Landowner monitors the farm daily. Row crops and cattle are rotated.

Quality land. Quality members. Quality experiences.