With over 60 acres of flooded corn and millet, 90 acres of lakes for hunting and refuge and 21 pits and blinds at our members disposal, its no wonder waterfowl hunting is our specialty. We utilize five wetlands, ranging from 6 acres to 12 acres, specifically designed for the purpose of flooding in the fall. We have blinds strategically placed on each wetland to optimize wind and weather to increase our hunters success Below is a breakdown of our waterfowl options. Located just West of Double Cluck is Double T State Fish and Wildlife Area, which is operated as a public hunting area by the State of Illinois. This area has a large refuge and is only hunted 3 days out of the week. This is a huge area (2,000+ acres) that helps us hold lots of birds during the fall migration. On the East side of the club is Lakeland Park. This park is not hunted and is perfect for roosting birds and holding geese. Sandwiched between the two gives us a huge advantage, considering we have tons of food available for the birds. That’s not all that sets us apart from other waterfowl hunting clubs…don’t forget we provide breakfast and lunch on weekends, free bird cleaning, decoys and even guides for our members and their guests!