A place to relax

During duck season, members arrive the night before a shoot day to a warm fire and a spread of appetizers. Cocktails are poured, a game of cribbage is started, and the worries of the day dissolve.

At 7:30, dinner is served by our caretaker, who happens to be an outstanding cook. Following dessert, more fire and card time is enjoyed before the evening ends.

In the morning, breakfast is served and blinds are drawn. The hunt is on. Pintails, mallards, gadwall, teal and wigeon are the top birds in the bag. Spoonbills are common, but their worthiness for the strap is of some debate among the members. 

Members return from the morning hunt to a lunch of soup, sandwiches and leftovers from dinner.

The club is used by members during the off-season as a place to fish, throw parties, take a walk, shoot trap or simply get away for a few hours.  

Club amenities

  • Automated trap range
  • Boat launch
  • Three fishing piers
  • Dog kennels and dog boarding service
  • On-site caretaker
  • Dinner, breakfast and lunch before and on shoot days
  • Housekeeping and linen service
  • Clubhouse available for off-season parties