FEATURED PROPERTIES

Here is a sampling of our managed leases around the country.

Alabama (Crenshaw Co.)

5,300 acre property near Troy, Alabama. Limited to 16 members. Member is allowed 2 bucks, 6 does, 3 gobblers. A shooter buck is to be 4.5 years or older. This lease  has been intensively managed over 20 years on high end QDM. Deer density is above average. Doe-to-buck ratio is 2:1 with excellent distribution of bucks in older age classes. Excellent deer hunting, turkey hunting and fishing.

Three lakes totaling roughly 40 acres. One stocked with bass and bream. Two stocked with bass, bream and crappie. Bass up to 13 pounds have been caught and released in recent years. Multiple bass over 10 pounds.

Camp area is a large concrete pad and barn overlooking two lakes. Member is allowed to set up an RV onsite. Water included in dues. Electrical service is responsibility of each member. This area is known for 140-160 class bucks with a rare 170-class occasionally. Our management objectives include enhancing natural habitat, improving doe:buck ratio, maintaining high acres:member ratio, limiting hunting pressure, protecting immature bucks, controlling predators, and selectively harvesting mature bucks.

Alabama (Crenshaw Co.)

1,200 acre property near Brantley, AL. Limited to 4 members. A member is allowed to harvest 2 bucks, 4 does, 3 gobblers. Shooter buck must be 4.5 years or older. New lease formed in 2019. This farm had very little hunting pressure in prior years. This area produces 130-140 class bucks with an occasional 150-class.

Our goal is to enhance natural habitat, improving doe:buck ratio, limit hunting pressure, protect immature bucks, control predators, and selectively harvest mature bucks. Camp headquarters is a 2BR furnished cabin overlooking a private 16-acre pond.

Georgia (Wilkes Co.)

2,600-acre property near Washington, GA. Limited to 13 members. A member is allowed 2 bucks, 8 does, 2 gobblers, and unlimited feral hogs. Managed on two tiers of upper-end QDM. A shooter buck on the 1,700-acre portion of the farm must be 4.5-year-old or older. A shooter buck on the 900-acre tract must be 3.5-year-old or older. Excellent deer and turkey hunting. Lodge is a 4BR house on the farm. Managed lands in this area produce 130-140 class bucks with an occasional 150-160-class buck.

Georgia (Wilkes Co.)

1,700 acre property near Washington, GA. Limited to 7 members. Prime deer and turkey habitat. Land is patchwork of mature hardwoods, nature pine-hardwood stands, and pastureland sown in fescue and clover. A member is allowed to harvest 2 bucks, 6 does, 2 gobblers. No limit on hogs. A shooter buck must be 4.5-year-old or older. Excellent deer and turkey hunting. Managed lands in this area produce 130-150 class bucks with an occasional 160-170 class. Campsite with water and power for travel trailer.

Georgia (Wilkes Co.)

1,200-acre working farm near Washington, GA. Limited to 5 members. Member is allowed to harvest 2 bucks, 8 does, 2 gobblers, and unlimited hogs. High deer density. A shooter buck must be 4.5 years or older.  Managed lands in this area produce 130-150 class bucks with an occasional 160-170 class.

Landscape is patchwork of timber and open ground. Includes mixed pine-hardwood natural stands, pastures, first thinned planted pines, pasture, hardwood bottoms along major creek, and hay fields. Dues cover lease, fall food plots, hunting rights, camp pad, well water, and year round access to property. Campers allowed. Barn with concrete floor, LED lighting, water and RV hookup. Room for storing tractors, implements and UTVs.


Georgia (Wilkes Co.)

724-acre working farm on the Little River near Washington, GA. Includes a beautiful 2-story log cabin. Property is managed on upper end QDM. Limited to 3 members. A member is allowed 2 bucks, 2 does, 2 gobblers and unlimited hogs. Shooter buck must be 4.5 years or older. Dues cover lease, fall food plots, hunting rights, use of cabins, and year round access. Excellent deer and turkey hunting.

Habitat is mix of planted pines, pasture and hardwoods. Open land is manipulated to enhance wildlife habitat. Some are planted as winter food plots. Some are rotated in stages of early succession habitat. And some are managed for pasture and hay. Timber is predominantly planted pines, with mature oaks bordering fields and river.

Missouri (Bates Co.)

3,500 acre working farm near Drexel, MO. Limited to 4 members. A member is allowed 1 buck, 2 does, 4 turkeys. Shooter buck must be 4.5 years or older. Dues cover lease, fall food plots, 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.


South Carolina (Edgefield County)

1,300-acre property near Edgefield, SC. Limited to 5 members. A member is allowed 2 bucks, 4 does, and 3 gobblers. Shooter buck must be 4.5 years or older. Dues cover lease, winter food plots, hunting rights, minerals, and year round access. Excellent wildlife habitat. Property has been managed and lightly hunted for 10 years. Excellent deer and turkey quality. Managed lands in this area produce 130-140 class bucks.

Patchwork habitat includes first thinned pines, second thinned pines, natural pine-hardwood stands, and mature hardwoods along multiple creeks on the property.

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