This lodge is one of the finest wing-shooting destinations available anywhere. With over 1,500 acres of waterfowl haven and four and a half miles of Mississippi River frontage this opportunity is one you don't want to miss. The lodge provides over twenty pits and blinds located in flooded corn, bean and millet fields. All of the pits and blinds are heated for your comfort. Mallards, pintails, widgeon, gadwall, wood ducks, and teal along with Canadian geese will fullfill any waterfowlers' wishes. If you have that specail canine partner you can't be without, he or she is welcome here. The upland hunting consists of pheasant, quail, and woodcock and makes a great combination to the waterfowl package.
The whitetail hunt has gained a reputation for being one of the most sought after destinations to hunt the famous Pike County in Illinois. The genetics of this area are world renowned for producing awesome whitetail deer. This area is located on land between the Mississippi River and the Illinois River, home to some magnificent bucks. To grow larger deer, there are four musts - genetics, food, habitat, and good age structure. This place has them all. Corn and soybeans are plentiful, the habitat is mixed hard woods and the age structure is maintained with a minimum 130 class Pope and Young allowed to be harvested.
Pike County (Unguided Archery)
This hunting ground is privately owned and operated. It consists of rolling hills, deep ravines, acres of beautiful hardwoods, and excellent sources of agriculture. The adjacent land is also managed by outfitters who ensure proper game management as well. Food plots are plentiful with a rotation of corn, soybeans, milo, alfalfa, clover, and winter wheat. The property has an abundance of food sources, natural funnels, creeks, mature hard wood hollows, trails, bedding areas, rub and scrape lines throughout. Lodging and meals are located in a nearby town.
Come just one time to experience an archery hunt of a lifetime in Pike County, Illinois and the experience will become a hunting tradition every year.
Western Illinois is well known for producing large whitetail bucks. This property in Brown County, Illinois has been strictly managed for trophy whitetail since 1996. The land is 70 percent timber and 30 percent agriculture (milo, corn, alfalfa, and clover food plots), mixed in rolling hills and creek bottoms. Your hunt day starts early and ends whenever you wish. Those wanting a full day in the stand will be packed a lunch. Stands are all provided and hung in prescouted areas. Tags in Illinois are on a first come first serve basis, so don't wait long to book this hunt.