For over 40 years, Pike’s Hunting Club has provided some of the finest duck and goose hunting in the Southern Illinois quota zone. Hunt from heated pits over flooded corn, natural wetlands, and food plots.
Located east of the 43,500-acre Crab Orchard National Wildlife Refuge lies 170 acres of prime waterfowl habitat. Corn, milo, millet, buckwheat, winter wheat, and clover are planted on the farm ensure adequate food supply is available to attract ducks and geese throughout the hunting season. There are also several large ponds, a wetland impoundment, and an extensive levee system constructed to flood grain fields.
Pike’s Hunting Club sees everything from mallards, pintail, teal, gadwall, to wood ducks and more. During large duck migrations, it’s not uncommon to have 500+ birds working the fields at one time.
You’ll find 5 roomy, heated, in-ground pits strategically placed. Large decoy spreads and all types of decoys are used.
What to Bring – Warm clothes, gun, ammo, hunting license, and stamps.
Hospitality – Meet hunters from all over the country and enjoy something good to eat in a family atmosphere. Ask Managers, Terry and Steve Pike, about local hotels and restaurants who offer in-season discounts to hunters.
Packages – Corporate rates and custom packages are available.