Huckleberry Ridge Hunting Preserve – NC Dove Hunting
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We look forward to the first of September here at
Huckleberry Ridge, because it means that it's time to have our Opening Day
Hunts! Each summer we work the fields to maintain all the proper food
sources that these little grayish-brown migratory game birds love: corn, milo,
sunflowers, oats, popcorn, and a variety of melon patches, including cantaloupe, honeydew and
watermelon, and each fall it pays off - big time!
We invite interested dove hunters to
come to the preserve prior to the North Carolina Opening Day Dove Hunting
season, so that they can peruse the property to select and reserve the field
that they'd like to hunt. Bring your ATVs and have some fun riding around
while you scout out the perfect spot for the hunt that you've been waiting for all
We only sell 150 tickets to each of our Opening Day Dove Hunts*, which fall on Labor Day and the preceding Saturday each year, so buy your
tickets early! Show up early to get the best of the barbeque feast we'll have prepared, bring your dogs and ATVs and
let's shoot some doves!
ANNUAL OPENING DAY DOVE HUNT & DINNER
- LABOR DAY WEEKEND -
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3RD &
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5TH, 2011
$100 per person. You may kill your daily limit of fifteen (15).
Contact Joey Godley at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
hunt is for both days of hunting and includes meals. May be used for any
two days during the 2010 NC Dove Hunting season, but meals are only available on
$15 meal only tickets also available on both days.
Read the NC Wildlife Resources Commission's
Dove Hunting Do's & Don'ts
All North Carolina hunting regulations
apply. Please visit the
NC Wildlife Resources Commission Web site or call for further information
and licensing requirements for dove hunting in our region. Please call our
toll-free number at (866) 614-7281 and talk to one of our guides to make
arrangements for a hunt. We require a 50% deposit to make the reservation.
All major credit cards accepted. Prices and limits are subject to change