For those who like to hike, the area has many tracks, trails and open hardwood forests through which either solo hunters or groups of hunters can trek. We scout perspective hunting areas early in the fall and can provide guidance on good places to hunt.
Enclosed and open tree stands are maintained on private lands exclusively for the use of our guests. Most tree stands overlook open plantation-areas in hardwood forests where deer feeders are established in the summer. The deer feeders are restocked and game cameras are used to monitor visits by deer. Reports with photographs describing the deer feeding activities and deer sightings are provided to registered hunters in the months before hunting season.
We provide maps and tips on good hunting techniques and strategies and will help to transport your game out of the bush. Your overall success at hunting will depend partly on the deer population that varies on an annual basis. Please check with us for an assessment of the current deer population and hunting prospects. Go to Contact Us/Useful Links for hunting regulations and license requirements for residents and non-residents in our area (Wildlife Management Area 36).
Big Deer Hunting Pictures