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Hunting clubs have been around for decades in various forms. Some hunting clubs are unofficial memberships where one person or a group of people own a tract of land and use it to hunt various game including upland birds.

Other hunting clubs are official and this type of hunting club is as popular as ever. A recent article highlighted one such club in Ohio where hunters can come to hunt for the afternoon or plan a full trip with complete overnight accommodations.

The hunting club in the article, WR Hunt Club, is celebrating 30 years this season. They offer a variety of hunting opportunities including pheasants. There are 200 acres of hunting land on the property including seven different fields with some heavy cover for the die hard hunter and light cover for those looking to take things easy with their hunt.

It’s pretty neat that hunting clubs or resorts like this can exist and have success. Some hunters will always prefer to hunt on their own private land access or on public land. There is something different about that compared to hunting resorts that breed birds specifically for the purpose of hunting.

But no matter how you’re hunting there is something special about spending time with friends and family and enjoying the hunt. Hunting clubs can offer something really special in terms of a great hunting experience.

Preserves like the WR Hunt Club also offer other services and features like a 3D archery range and a full trap range where you can practice before heading out to the fields. It’s a great way to have some fun when you’re not hunting. Practice always makes perfect.

It’s great to see that hunting clubs are thriving today. They have long been a part of hunting tradition and to see them continue to succeed is great news for the overall hunting industry. People are still interested in hunting and that will only grow the sport in an overall aspect.

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