Please take a few moments and browse through our web site to get a look at what we could offer you! We offer a Guide service that's not afraid to share techniques for stand placement, scouting, lures, calls and rattling techniques used to harvest large Whitetail's in this area. Due to recent droughts in the eastern US, we have added several small ponds to provide our herd with extra watering holes. Cutawhiskie Creek never runs dry!! It runs through the entire property!! This will hopefully prevent any deadly diseases to spread through this area..
We offer the largest deer seasons in the United States extending from early September until January 1. Our state's limit is six deer per season, which also includes a limit of two deer per day. This summer we have added more food plots and minerals to ensure the proper antler growth and health of our herd. Summer management food plots are the most important thing for the mass and antler growth of whitetail deer. As you will see in our photo gallery, we also have many feeders for corn and peanuts that work wonderfully. We feed year round!!!!!! Visits: 120
Established for the purpose of hunting upland game, our preserve has grown in popularity each year. We are bordered by beautiful Contentnea Creek and natural bird hunting land. Our dedication to providing our guests the best hunt available is well known among outdoor enthusiasts.
Contentnea Creek is located in the heart of North Carolina quail country. Large amounts of croplands, forests, and beaver swamps provide the best hunting acre-for-acre anywhere. Our hunting areas are carefully managed to establish habitat for game.
Enjoy the hunt of a lifetime in a relaxed atmosphere with professional guides, fine dogs, and an abundance of game. Whether you choose Quail, Pheasant, Chukar, or Duck hunting, plenty of birds are provided.
And if deer hunting is your game, this area provides an abundance of opportunity that should delight any hunter. Visits: 165
Feather Creek Farms is an established hunting preserve located in Pitt County, North Carolina. We are excited to share our personally designed
hunting grounds with you, in hopes that we will become your favorite place to hunt in the Southeast.
Here at Feather Creek Farms, we offer some of the best whitetail, duck, bear, and upland bird hunting inEastern North Carolina. Located in Pitt County, our property consists of 4000+ acres of private owned land, which we farm and plant year round in order to manage the wildlife. Visits: 132
Lily Pond Creek Hunting Lodge is located in Northampton County, North Carolina. Northampton is one of the top counties in NC for whitetail deer and it usually tops the charts on the number of bucks per square mile.
All hunting at Lily Pond is done in above ground stands usually twelve to fifteen feet. Stands range from platform to tripods and we also have box stands for bad weather. All of our stands are safe and comfortable. We hunt a variety of terrain ranging form clear cuts, open fields, oak ridges, food plots and even some swamp bottoms.
At Lily Pond we offer bow hunting, muzzleloader hunting, and rifle hunting for whitetail deer. We have 7000 acres of non-restricted hunting to offer. This means for those hunters that don't want to worry about counting points or antler widths they can relax and just hunt. For the trophy whitetail hunter, our Verona Plantation offers some of the best trophy whitetail hunting in N.C. If turkey hunting is your passion, jump over to our turkey page. If it's fishing that you want we offer trips on the famous Roanoke River for striped bass. Whatever your hunting or fishing passion, we can accommodate you. Whether you are a beginner, a seasoned pro or you want to take your kid on a great trip, come hunt or fish with us here at Lily Pond Creek for some of the best North Carolina whitetail deer, eastern turkey hunting and striped bass fishing you can find. Visits: 100
Northeastern Hunting, a complete North Carolina Deer Hunting Outfitter, is located in the heart of some of the best whitetail deer hunting not only in northeastern North Carolina, but in the entire state and country. Our 9,000+ acres of prime hunting land in Hertford and Bertie counties (including land on the Roanoke river) is composed of a mix of swamp bottoms, hard woods, cutovers, pine blocks and fields. Visits: 93
The George Hi Plantation is a lingering memory of the Old South.
The plantation main house has been occupied since 1855. It has a rich country sitting parlor, a game room, a dining room, all attended by a fabulous Carolina chef and household staff. There are six double bedrooms. The entire house has just completed a refurbishing.
Out in back, the horse stables and rings are home to fox hunting horses, saddle horses, and even a Tennessee Walker trained to allow gunning from the saddle. Right next door are pre-war corn cribs and pens, probably built before 1855.
As a panorama behind these buildings, sits a private lake filled with mallard ducks and small mouth bass. Three floating duck blinds dot the water's surface and a small pier juts out, to serve the john boat that ferries hunters to the floating blinds. Just as light breaks through the Loblolly pines, the mallards swoop in, clucking and quacking.
After a hearty breakfast of country ham, biscuits and eggs and grits, you're ready to experience quail hunting the way it was when the South was young. Visits: 81
This style of hunting is identical to a wild mallard hunt. Complete with spacious blinds, surrounded by a rig of decoys and guided by experienced duck hunting guides native to our region.
There are two open water blinds reached by boat and one shore blind with easy access. Each blind comes equipped with a well trained retriever.
For the seasoned waterfowl hunter this is as close as you can get to the real thing and is rated by many as the best mallard shoot in the country. Visits: 65
Tobacco Stick Hunting Preserve and Kennel is a retired rural tobacco farm in the Southern Piedmont of North Carolina. This Hunting Preserve has been established for the purpose of hunting upland game. Our desire is to provide our guests the best hunt available in a natural bird hunting setting, reminiscent of the 1940's and 50's.
We have lots of open fields, pine woods and impoundments. Our acreage is planned and managed with grasses, food plots, and timber to create a natural habitat for the birds and a pleasing visit for the hunters.
Bring your own dog, or choose a guided hunt with our dogs. We offer morning, afternoon and all day hunts.
If you are looking for an elite Upland or Waterfowl hunt in a beautiful habitat with professional and friendly service, your search is over! Wintergreen Hunting Preserve is a family owned and operated public hunting preserve in Bladenboro, NC. We are conveniently located off Highway 211 just 15 miles east of Lumberton and Interstate 95. The exceptional quality of our game birds and hunting grounds has given us the reputation of having some of the finest hunting in the South. . Visits: 57
Huckleberry Ridge Hunting Preserve is a hunting, waterfowling and fishing experience you will never forget. Our hunting preserve in Tarboro, Edgecombe County, NC with over 5000 woodland acres along the Swift Creek, Fishing Creek, Deep Creek, and Tar River is managed for ducks, deer, turkey, dove, and upland game birds including, quail, pheasant and chukar. Hog Island Point, our private island in the Pamlico Sound of Carteret County, is available for sea duck hunts and fishing trips. Visits: 99
Wednesday Wrap: Tax(ing) day WRAL.com Committees also passed proposals to ban the sale of powdered alcohol in North Carolina, allow hunting on private property on Sundays and exempt possums from state wildlife regulations for one week a year (thus allowing the annual New Year's Eve ...
Bill to allow gun hunting on Sundays is introduced in state senate North Carolina Sportsman Past attempts to change the ban on firearms use for Sunday hunting haven't met with much success. About 10 years ago, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission funded an independent survey whose results were published in November 2006. It revealed ...
Abandoned hunting dogs showing up in northeastern North Carolina SunHerald.com "The way some of these hunters keep their dogs, they have a pack of them, 30 or 40. They keep them underweight so they can run fast," he noted. "The dogs are back in the woods a lot of the time, and we really don't know unless we get complaints on them.".
Opening Day Birds North Carolina Sportsman I was calling up a screaming tom and not knowing some hens and several toms were coming in toward my hunting buddy, which I could not see. I saw the hens heading toward the gobbling tom 'bang' turkey down. The tom was still gobbling and coming ...
Bill would ease restrictions on Sunday hunting in NC The Robesonian North Carolina is one of 11 states that restrict Sunday hunting — there's been a ban using firearms on state-regulated land since 1869. Multiple media reports quote bill sponsor Rep. Jimmy Dixon of Duplin County saying he should have the right to use ...
Will N.C. remove world's last wild red wolf population? Mother Nature Network Dan Glover, a North Carolina hunter, told officials at the state commission's hearing that he opposes the federal program's restrictions on hunting the wolves, which have no natural predators in the state. “They're smart, crafty animals,” he said ...
Professor does his dinosaur fossil hunting around NC capital Washington Times BOONE, N.C. (AP) - Andrew Heckert usually heads out West when he wants to go back in time, say about 230 million years ago. But in recent years, the Appalachian State University professor could drive down the mountain to Raleigh to discover prehistoric ...
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