A MEMBER DRIVEN APPROACH
The Club was founded on the idea that a few guidelines, mutual respect and family-like tradition make a strong club and provide members with great lifetime experiences. Founding members felt that deer hunting is best experienced as a group event. Even though hunters often spend all day in a tree stand alone, it’s the lunches and the dinners that provide the best memories. The club is made up of no more than 18 members at any one time to ensure fish and game populations would remain sustainable and to ensure members could develop the kind of lasting camaraderie that is central to mid-western hunting culture.
As a club we have a few general rules.
• We expect everyone to check in every time you enter and leave the property. If you are hunting and take game we expect that you share your results and share any pictures you have with the rest of the group on Facebook.
• Gate keys should not ever be shared with a non-member for access to the club. The only time your guests are allowed on the property is when you are on the property.
• You must obey and follow all applicable state rules and regulations while enjoying the club land.
• During the hunting season be respectful of other hunters. If someone is marked on the board as hunting an area make your best effort to respect their space.
• During the non-hunting seasons you can bring as many guests onto the property as you want for camping, picnics, etc.
• Each member is allowed to harvest 3 white tail deer per year. This currently means one buck for yourself and 2 guests may harvest deer.
• During the deer hunting seasons you may bring no more than 2 guests onto the property at a time.
We do ask that each member participate in the up keep of the property. 2500+ acres of land requires upkeep to maintain the land. Food plots need to be plowed, planted and fertilized. Row crops need to be planted. Trails need to be cleared, widened and mowed. Rocks need to be picked, etc. There are enough “chores” for everyone. Some are fun and some are less fun, we expect that each member will do their share to maintain the club and its land for the enjoyment of all. These types of “chores” also help to build relationships and a sense of ownership towards the club.
Take an aerial tour of the property!