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johnwilliamson062
July 21, 2009, 12:08 AM
I am thinking about joining a southern hunting club.
It needs to have three things:
1.Good land to hunt hogs or coyotes on.
2.treatable water from a spring/well or clean reliable tributary.
3. an environment in which any responsible hunter is welcome.


I would like it to be located in a state where hunting hogs/coyotes is an anything goes prospect. NV, high power semi auto rifles, live bait, suppressors, etc. I don't own most of that yet, but hope to in the future and would like to be able to use it.

Other game would be nice. Someplace I can go camp and hunt for a week to get away.

johnwilliamson062
July 21, 2009, 11:52 AM
No one has a place to check out, or any advice?

hogdogs
July 21, 2009, 12:01 PM
I don't do hunt clubs... I know there are several in the panhandle here...
Try looking at north west florida and florida panhandle for your various outdoors, hunting, archery, muzzle loader forums on google search.
Brent

johnwilliamson062
July 21, 2009, 12:06 PM
Well, as with my ohio clubs, I would love to just drop 2 million dollars and buy a 350 acre piece of property, but that just isn't feasible.

oneounceload
July 21, 2009, 12:14 PM
If you google florida hunt clubs, some appear that have websites. That's only a small number, though. You might try the state DOW, state chapters of various wildlife/hunting groups, and even some local gun clubs and gun stores. From my various travels around FL, it appears that most of the hunt clubs tend to be north of the Tampa and Orlando areas. There are some further south, but when you start to get near Perry, or out in the Panhandle, more clubs are evident

trooper3385
July 22, 2009, 01:44 AM
I've never heard of anything like that in texas. Not saying that don't have any, just never heard of them.

Art Eatman
July 22, 2009, 10:03 AM
Color me lazy: Google for "Woods and Waters" news magazine about hunting and fishing in Georgia and Florida. You can order a copy via snail mail.

It's loaded with ads for hunt clubs of all sorts, from reasonable to high-roller.

I've never looked into anything like that for Texas, although many ranches advertise in various media. Probably, Google around for those...