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Old 04-02-2018, 07:44 PM
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Blinds for lease in Hampton County. All wild birds. 100 acres of ponds planted in corn, sorghum, rice and millet. Managed for ducks for over 25 years. Club house for members. Property held 6000 birds at peak this past season. 3,000 wood ducks and 3,000 combined teal, ringnecks, redheads, cans, widgeon, mallards, grey ducks, geese etc. $10,000 per blind, $2500 per membership. Close to Sav river and surrounded by plantations managing for waterfowl. Pm me for more details. Thanks
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Will be showing club weekend after next.
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How many hunts do you get a year? What’s the average birds per gun?
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How many hunts do you get a year? What’s the average birds per gun?
Duckbuster, We will hunt each Sat of big duck season. Club will be hunted no more than once per week. We will also host 2 youth hunts. Not sure on average birds per gun. This tract is part of a large plantation and has been intensively managed for over 25 years. Owner used it for entertaining clients, friends and family. I do know it has a history of holding a bunch of birds and is surrounded by plantations that spare no expense when it comes to waterfowl management. Thanks
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