Alabama Hunting Clubs
WILCOX (6)
Sweetwater Hunting Lodge
Contact: Jeff Cummings
E-mail: jeff@southerncapitaladvisors.com
Phone: 334-202-4421
Website: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/pages/Sweetwater-Hunting-Lodge/162563277660?ref=ts
About the club: 3000 contiguous acres with established road system. Club offers two lodges with all amenities. Sleeps 25 people, also RV hook-ups available, enclosed game cleaning facility, chest freezer, barn with storage space, covered pole barn for ATV and vehicle storage, 250 yd rifle range. 15ft enclosed shooting houses and existing stands available to members. Well established road system throughout the property. QDM managed. Approx 50 established greenfields, 25 planted in rotations yearly. Membership 2100 per year includes immediate family. 22 members max.


Big Game Hunting Club
Contact: Rocky Byrd
E-mail: cpt0bvious21@gmail.com
Phone: (251)379-2018
Website: http://
About the club: 500 Acres of prime hunting land. Plenty of hogs, deer, and turkey. Looking for one or two members. 50-years old or older. No ATVs or children, please.


265 hunting club
Contact: bill valentine
E-mail:
Phone: 205-283-0656
Website: http://
About the club: 1800 acres hardwoods pines clearcut greenfields dues 700 a year the club in camden aera call anytime


Buckhorn Creek Hunting Club
Contact: Dan Cornelius
E-mail: cstrike205@live.com
Phone: 251-604-4914
Website: http://
About the club: Established club in its 21st year. 1.75 miles of Alabama River frontage. Private leased land with mostly natural hard woods, some natural pines, little cutover, and CRP fields in the process of becoming Longleaf Pines Plantation. 30 Plots, most with shooting houses, all with stands, three with tripods, and one with a double ladder stand. Roads above average. Roomy camp house with trailer hookups available. Deer harvest requirement is 100" gross minimum with one "mistake" per season. Other rules of the club are reasonable. Hunt deer, turkey, duck, hogs, small game, and sometimes dove.


Buck Horn Creek Hunting Club
Contact: Brad Dawkins
E-mail: lcsbdawkins@bellsouth.net
Phone: 251-454-3306
Website: http://
About the club: 20 Year Established Hunting Club in Wilcox County 2 Miles on Alabama River - Big Timber South Camden, AL 2500 Acres with Nice Camp House and available RV hook-up if needed. 8-points, Hogs,Good Ducks, Great Turkey and small game, 30+ Food Plots Ranging 1/2 Acre to 4 Acres with shooting Houses. Property is flat for easy Hunting with a variety of mixed hardwoods, creek bottoms and slews. Natural Browze, Honeysuckle, Briar & lots of Acorns. We have a GREAT GROUP OF ESTABLISHED MEMBERS. You will Not feel like an outsider coming in. If you are looking for a GOOD rounded camp this is it. Annual Dues $2800.00 Call Brad 251-454-3306


FRANKLIN HUNTING CLUB
Contact: Bryan Griffin
E-mail: rbgrif@ascendmaterials.com
Phone: 850-712-4319
Phone 2: 850-712-43198
Phone 3: 850-712-4319
Website: http://www.franklinhuntingclub.com
About the club: We have 2500 acres located in the Vredenburgh, AL. area that is all connected together as one piece of property and we have 43 food plots planted with Advantage Ladino clover / Crimson clover / Arrow leaf clover / Kale /Georgia Collards / Chicory / Winter wheat / Rye / Oats / Rape / Purple top Turnips planted on every plot with 24 shooting houses located all across the club. The other plots that don't have a shooting house on them will have some type of other stand. All plots have been given names with a sign at each location to go with the detailed map we have made for our club members. Itís so easy a caveman could figure it out so a one year members can get around as good as a five or ten year member with our detailed map. We like keeping around 18 or 19 members at $1200 per year for the for hunting rights on our lease. We have a nice camp house and the price to stay at the 3500 square foot camp house is $600 per hunting season. We will also have a few camper hook-ups. We are 3 point on one side witch means it's typically going to be a 6 point or better, but adult members typically only shoot a 8 point or mature deer and we have kept the 3 point on one side or better rule because no one abuses the rule and it's for the kids as well, so that's what it's all about. We have about 900 acres, give or take, of hardwoods and the rest is going to be mature 30+ year old thinned pines along with some 10 year old planted pines and now some new clear cuts 200-300 areas to hunt around. We have a fairly large creek with some pretty good acorns tree on it that runs right through the middle of our lease along with a railroad track along with having back door access to a extra 2,000 acres of forever wild land to hunt. We have our fair share of deer and you will see them on our food plot especially since we don't shoot does on plots anymore, although we do have some areas set up for doe killing If you like. We like to have fun around the fire with our new and old friends. We are a kid friendly club and everyone knows how to act right in front of kids. We also ride 4 wheelers during the summer and have miles and miles of dirt roads and property to ride around the Vredenburgh area if youíre into riding but we don't ride around on our hunting lease other than to do what is required for up keep of roads on property or mineral blocks / feeding stations etc. Our camp house is located in Coy which is only 7 minutes from our hunting lease also it's just a mile or so off of the Alabama river with boat launch access with in less than 15 minutes and 30 minutes to Miller's Ferry/Gee's Bend. I'm offering our first time ever summer time fishing camp house memberships this year for $600 as well. We will be showing our hunting lease from February to April for a few possible new memberships each year because no matter how good of a club you have or think you have you will always lose a member or two from year to year due to the tough economy etc. How many available spots each year is always pending the April 15th payment due date for the new year with club members. If you would like to come up and hunt as a guest before Jan 15th and see the land, camp house, and meet some of the members email me at rbgrif@ascendmaterials.com or call me Bryan Griffin 850-712-4319 leave a message and I will call you back. __________________ WWW.FRANKLINHUNTINGCLUB.COM


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