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3/24/18 - Daviss Coble harvests a turkey...

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(Left) 10/28/17 - Keegan Sheanshang, 11 killed a 125# doe on 10/28/17. 60 yards one shot. Doe had 3 faun with her. Careful on Lake Road. All 3 were BB.
(Right) Lucy Atwood, 8 killed her first deer Saturday, 10/28/17. Range 110 yards - one shot dead. The rifle is a 223 AI with a Sirocco 70 gr bullet.

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5/8/17 - Chad Atwood (left) and Robert Alexander with Philip Fontenote

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5/8/17 - Robert Alexander (left) and KC Horne (Chad Atwood's guest)

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5/8/17 - Chad Atwood

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Daviss Coble harvests doe and coyote...

11/6/16 - Daviss Coble harvests doe and coyote...

Daviss Coble harvests an 8-pointer!

11/6/16 - ...and Daviss Coble harvests an 8-pointer too!

Chris Slover, Opening Day - Muzzle Loader Season

11/5/16 - Chris Slover, Opening Day - Muzzle Loader Season

Opening day of rifle season. Evans first deer. 12 years old

11/21/15 - 9 pointer, 175 lbs. Great job, Evan!!!!!

Rusty Dunn from a ranch in TX

Rusty Dunn from a ranch in Texas

Keegan's Buck

Keegan's Buck
By: Keegan Sheanshang

It was 5 in the morning in Tennessee when I woke up. In Tennessee, the time is an hour behind, so in Cincinnati it was 6. My mom showed me where my long underwear was. Then, she gave me my pink shirt, jeans, and over that, I wore a one-suit. A one-suit is a shirt and pants put together. After I got my clothes on, my mom threw socks at me. My socks that I brought were way to small, so my mom had asked my grandma if I could wear her socks. I went out to the kitchen and my mom gave me a cinnamon bun and some cereal for breakfast. After breakfast, I put my socks and boots and my dad gave me an ear warmer from the attic. I got my orange vest and put it on. You wear orange so other hunters know where you are and because deer can't see orange. Dad and me started walking down the stairs towards the truck. My dad brought two guns just in case.

I was excited so the five-minute ride to HD felt super long. HD stands for Hearts Desire, it's a hunting club that my grandpa Greg and Grandma Lynn belong to in Birdsong Tennessee. My dad had to sign us out. After he sighed us out, we started driving down the main dirt road. The main road branched out onto other paths. Finally, we reached the place that we were last night. Last night, we saw two does and one buck. But I didn't get a chance to shot them. Dad and I had to cross a small river before we got to the stand. He went first and I followed. We went to the shallowest part of the river. My dad pulled me on to the bank. We started to walk towards the tree stand. When we got to the stand's ladder, I started climbing up it. When I got close to the top, I opened the door and my dad gave me my gun. When we both got in the stand, we put the guns in the corners of the stand and moved the chairs so we could see out the windows. Then, we opened all the windows and stared out into the cornfield. The air was cold; it was 34 degrees out. Most of the trees looked like a blur. You could see a little bit of sunlight on top of the trees. I looked to my left. When I stared hard at the woods, I heard the sound of footsteps and what looked to be a big buck. I stared at it for a long time before telling dad. "Look," I whispered to dad. "Is that a buck in the woods?" My dad looked at it before grabbing his binoculars. He stared at the woods through his binoculars. The sun started rising above the trees, giving more light to us. It took him a while before he said, "No. It's just a dark bush." I stared at the bush, disappointed. "Bad bush. Bad bush", I thought. Then I heard the footsteps again. I stared at the woods. "Squirrel!" I huffed in my head. Last night, my dad taught me how to tell squirrels between a deer. "But they both sound the same. How can you tell the difference?" I had asked. We had heard tons of squirrels last night.

After the sun was a good height for you to see, I got to use the pink iPad. (My mom's.) First, I played a few games of checkers. Next, I played some air hockey. At last, I played a game that you make cakes, frost cakes, and eat cakes. As I was playing the cake game, my dad said fiercely, "Sh. Look. A doe and a buck." He pointed right of me. The buck ran out of the woods, chasing the doe. Then the doe went back into the woods, and the buck followed. I stood up. "This is good," dad said. "Why?" I asked. "The buck is trying to mate. They follow the does. Then they go crazy," he replied. I sat back down. I continued to play in the iPad for some time. Every break I got, I slipped my hands into my muffler. After I had finished making one of my cakes, I looked at the field of corn. Out of the corner of my eye, I saw movement by the edge of the hillside. I stared at the movement. Then I saw it. "Buck!" I exclaimed quietly. I pointed to the hillside. My dad saw it too. "Yes," he agreed. He got his binoculars and stared at the buck. "Can I kill it?" I asked. Dad stared at it for a long time. "I'm pretty sure it is a 4 or 6 pointer," he explained. "It's too small of a buck. You shouldn't kill it." When will I kill a deer? I screamed in my head. I have only killed one other deer. I was 7 then.

I played on the iPad for a long time. Then what dad said made me super happy. "Put it down! There is two does by that other stand!" I looked at that stand. Sure enough, there was two does by that stand. A third doe started walking out of the woods. "There's a third!" I exclaimed in a whisper. The three does went into the corn and dad took the iPad from me. He put it into his backpack. Then he grabbed and loaded the gun. The deer just started eating the corn like they didn't care about the world. They ate the corn from the top of the plant! The first doe that went into the corn was walking into the second lane of corn. The corn was separated into rows. In the middle of two rows would be a shooting lane. That's how we could try to shoot the does. Then two of the three does walked into the second row of corn. As the third was getting close to the edge of the corn, dad picked up the gun and let me try to see the doe from it. Perfect! The doe walked into the perfect area of shooting. You try to shoot the deer just behind the top shoulder. Then the doe walked into the corn. I started to shiver. It was cold! Then the first doe started to walk to the third lane of corn. Dad saw her and moved the gun. He pushed the Safety off. The doe moved into the perfect stance. I got her in my sight. Then, she moved. The third doe got into the second lane of corn and disappeared. After that, we couldn't find the three deer. "God, please let me kill a deer today", I whispered. We waited for a few minutes, which felt like a few hours. Then something amazing happened. A buck walked out of the woods behind us, no doubt, looking for the three does. The buck walked into the cornfield. Dad saw the buck, but then the buck disappeared. He grabbed the binoculars and tried to look for the buck. There it was, behind the corn. Then the buck walked up, between the lanes. In the shooting lane. Dad picked up the gun and I aimed it at the buck. BANG! I used B.R.A.S.S. (Breath, relax, aim, squeeze, shoot.) The deer fell down to the ground and started kicking around. Dad shot it two times. (To make sure it was dead.) BANG! BANG! It was a 90-yard shot. I did it. I killed my first buck.


Hunter Ford, 200+lbs 9-pointer, Saturday October 3rd 2015


Hunter Ford, archery, Kentucky


Turkey Season is officially in...

As of Sunday April 8, five (5) birds have been taken...

1. 4/07, 7:30am - Jim Love – 19 lbs., 9 1/2" beard, both spurs 1"

2. 4/10, 6:55am - Nate Greene – 21 1/2 lbs., 9" beard, both spurs 3/4"

3. 4/10, 2:45pm - Hunter Ford – 18 lbs., 10 1/4" beard, both spurs 3/4"

4. 4/11, 9:00am - "Big Sambo" (FW guest) – 19 1/2 lbs., 9 1/2" beard, both spurs 3/4"

5. 4/12, 7:45am - Skip Neblett – 16 1/2 lbs., 9" beard, both spurs 7/8"

Hunter Ford had a little time on his hands and took some very good photos...


This morning, I was hunting in Doug' mean, my Blackwater overlooking the bottoms.

I heard a grunt in the bottoms, so I grunted back at him. Then, with all my focus on listening for a response from the bottoms expecting to hear or see something below me, this deer suddenly came out of the thicket behind me...looking for one of the bucks in his territory.

I heard one little twig snap and eased my head around. This deer was about 50 yards behind me. He didn't like something and turned around and headed back into the thicket. He walked away about 20 yards and made a fatal mistake – he stopped one more time to look for that bad boy in the bottoms. I shot him at about 75 yards.

Obviously, He had decided he was not man enough to handle whatever was at the end of one of those grunts.


Nov 22, 2014 Brent Chance – 10 pt., 170 lbs., Main Beam 20 1/4", inside spread 15 1/2" – 4 1/2 yrs.

"Bo and I were in the Harris Hilton on Saturday the 22nd. We had been in the stand since noon with no action until a small 6 pointer ran 4 does into the field at 4:30. The 6 pointer kept bumping the does into the woods and all of a sudden, Bo saw big antlers coming out of the woods. He walked away from us along the woods line. He walked about 20 yards, then turned to look back at the does. I dropped him in his tracks."

Year to date, HD hunters have taken 5 does and these 2 bucks.


The RUT at HD is ON! You need to be in Decatur or Benton Counties. Results so far...

Nov 21, 2014. Fulton Wold – 11 pt., 170 lbs., Mn Beam 21 1/4", inside spread 15 1/2" – 3 1/2 yrs. Area 9, new Rough Neck Blind 17, 7:00 AM, Muzzle Loader.


The Third week of the regular Turkey Season proved equally fruitful as 4 more turkeys were taken: Friday morning, Stephen Scott, Doug Hardcastle and Philip Fontenot hunted together – I think the intention was to get Philip a bird as he was closest to the most vocal Tom. However, unbeknownst to the trio was another Tom trying to sneak in for the action. From a side, almost upside down, position Stephen found the bird in his sights and pulled the trigger. The result: 21.25 lbs., 10.75" beard and 1.0" x 1.0" spurs...

That afternoon, Robert Alexander had one of those 10 minute hunts at 747. He and Stephen had spotted a strutting bird in Food Plot #2 (box stand 14) on the Bottom Road. So, Robert went to the saddle blind overlooking the food plot, called once and the bird ran to the 12-gauge. Robert's bird had been shot previously, so, whoever did the earlier deed, here's what he looked like – 20.5 lbs., 9.0" beard, 1.0" x 1.0" spurs...

Saturday morning two more birds were checked in – by Nat Harris and Richard Speer. The total is now up to 20 for the season. Any over/under predictions?


After the great start last week (5 birds harvested), the second week was even better – 7 adult birds were taken...
Friday, April 4 – Nate Greene began the week with a 1 shot, 57 yard (Nitro) harvest:


Later that afternoon, Skip Neblett called in a monster – 22.625 lbs, 9.75” beard with 1.375” spurs on both sides! The NWTF Score was 69.625!


The next day, Saturday, 3 were taken - #’s 8, 9 & 10 – a double by the Greene Brothers, Nate and Sam – and another nice bird by Skip Neblett:


Tom #11 for the season was taken by Hunter Ford at the Hour Glass Field:


Monday April 7, Don Alexander took one from the Handicap Box in Area 7 at about 35 yards. The next morning, Don and Con Knox sat in the same box. It’s been reported that it was Con who missed 3 times at 35 yards and Don who scored with 2 shots at 60+ yards!

Then Wednesday, it finally happened... the Eastern monkey on the back of Huggie Dougie Hardcastle was removed.  Turkey #14 was taken – a healthy 22.6 lbs., 10” beard and 1.125” spurs...

Congratulations to all! See you there soon.

Spring Turkey Season, 2014 – The Turkey Season officially opened March 22-23 weekend with the Youth Hunt. One harvest was recorded – Lily Hardcastle assisted by her guide Robert Alexander, took a very nice 3 or 4 year old bird in Area 3. This is from the same ground blind Robert has regularly taken birds on opening weekends, including several doubles with Frank Stephens and Owen Hardcastle.


Opening Weekend for the Regular Turkey Season – We had some enthusiastic hunters – Robert Alexander, Doug Hardcastle, Owen Hardcastle, Nate Greene, Skip Neblett, Nat Harris, Richard Speer and Jim Love. Saturday the heavy rain kept most of us close to the truck or under shelter of some sort. However, Owen Hardcastle set up his one man camouflaged tent and found a wet bird responding to his calls.


The next day was much nicer – clear & low 30’s in the morning. Robert Alexander and Nat Harris were the first to score – each had a bird by 7:20.

Later that morning, Richard Speer also tagged one.
Great start to the season – 1 on the Youth Hunt and 4 more the opening weekend.


Keegan Sheanshang gets a deer

Keegan Sheanshang gets a deer. Participants are (L to R): Marcus Sheanshang, 7 year old daughter Keegan and her grandfather Greg Sheanshang.


The Sheanshang Family arrived at HD pretty late Friday night. This weekend was to be the second time Keegan had gone turkey hunting, the first being with Grandpa Greg last year. I woke her up at 4:30 and asked if she wanted to sleep or go out. She said enthusiastically "Go OUT!" and she jumped off the bunk bed. Doug gave us good advice the night before for an area. We saw Grandpa Greg at the front of Motel 12 and he wished us luck before we left. We parked the truck by the back gate and walked to Stand 38. Keegan sat on my lap as we waited for the morning to wake up. Around 6:30 we saw a hen in the far east side of the field and then 10 minutes later another hen walked in from the west side. We watched as the hen walked in front of our stand. I looked to the left and saw a big black body walking into the field. Keegan put her hearing protection on and we patiently waited for the gobbler to continue on the path. He walked directly in front of us and we shot him at 27 yards. He was a 4 or 5 year old bird weighing 18 pounds with 1 1/4" spurs. Keegan was the good luck charm for the day. A great memory for a dad and a daughter!

Marcus Sheanshang (father) and Keegan Sheanshang (daughter), son and granddaughter of members Lynn and Greg Sheanshang
Marcus Sheanshang (father) and Keegan Sheanshang (daughter), son and granddaughter of members Lynn and Greg Sheanshang


This picture is taken on the scene (Area 6 – the recently cut area) the day of the harvest – Nov. 18, 2012 at 6:50 am. See the opening scroll for the best picture taken later (above). Believe it or not, this guy was 6 1/2 years old! Live weight was 185 lbs., Main Beam Length was 21 3/4", Inside Spread was 18 1/4", Base Diameter 2", and Base Circumference 6"!!!



Owen Hardcastle – Last day of the season. 3 1/2 year old, 8 pointer, 170 lbs., 19 1/2" Main Beam Length.



November 7, 2012 - Deer harvested by Ned Priest in Area 3 West. 3.5 yrs old, live wt 175 lbs, 9 pts, 18.5 inch inside spread.

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October 27, 2012 - Madelyn Stuhlreyer harvested this 135 lb. doe in Old Faithful Stand #7.

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January 2012 - Goodbye to our good friend Tommy Hawkins... MORE>>

May 15, 2011 - Fishing Season has started - see Doug's and Nat's catch................

May 15, 2011 - Turkey Statistics recorded.............

April 2, 2011 - Turkey Season Opens - see Turkey in the Hunting Section.



March 21, 2011 - Philip Fontenot reserves the Lodge June 10 - 12 for his Fontenot ShinDig.  See Lodge Reservation Sheet.

February 17, 2011 - Doug Hardcastle goes west to harvest a Mountain Lion.......

February, 2011 - Four shares of HD are now available - Please see the revised Highlights page as well as the For Sale postings.

Members - CHECK OUT THE News and the LODGE RESERVATION SHEET.................

December 31, 2010 - Nate Greene finally pulled the trigger on a big boy.....................Now that's the way to close out the old and bring in a New Year!!!



December 24, 2010 - Greg Sheanshang has reserved the lodge May 18 - May 22 for his annual Corporate Outing.  See 2011 Lodge Reservation Sheet.

November 24, 2010 - Daniel Morgan - 8 pointer harvested Nov 23rd 9:00 AM..................


Green Score 146 + 

Posting on May 23, 2010 - Cathy and Bill Johnson - Anyone remember this 13 lbs., 8 oz Bass?


That fish, caught on Saturday March 11, 2006 at our lake would have been the state record in 31 other states!!!!!!!!!!


May 8, 2010 - Nate Greene takes # 6 - See picture of the spur.

April 13, 2010 - Con Knox harvests # 4.  Added picture of Bo Chance and his prize.

April, 2010 - It's Turkey Time!!!!  Quick score by Jamie Osteen...a few days later by Philip Fontenot...and then the 2nd weekend by Bo Chance.  See Bo's story as told by his dad Brent.

Nov 26, 2009 - Pictures of Eric Fontenot's deer inserted below and in his deer story.  Likewise, inserted pictures below of Bryan Chance's and Jamie Osteen's deer.

Nov 25, 2009 - Doug Hardcastle - 9 point, 23 1/4" main beam, 17" inside spread, 180 lbs, 3 1/2 with a B & C green score of 129.35.  Rumor has it that he was hunting a stand Robert Alexander had installed two days ago.  Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.



Nov 21, 2009 - Bryan Chance - 6 point (several broken off), 21" main, 16 1/2" inside, 160 lbs, 4 1/2.



November 21, 2009 - Jamie Osteen - 9 point, 19" main, 14 1/2" inside, 160 lbs, 3 1/2.

November 21, 2009 - Philip Fontenot - 7 point, 18 1/2" main, 17" inside, 3 1/2 year old.

November 15, 2009 - Eric Fontenot shot a 3 1/2 year old.  See his story.


November 14 , 2009 - Wilson Burton put an arrow in a 3 1/2 year old buck on the Refuge.  He was retrieved 24 hours later.  See picture and story.....

April 26 - The following morning, Jamie Osteen called once and had a 20 pounder run to him

April 25 - probably our biggest day for having harvested turkeys - a total of 5 were taken - Philip Fontenot started it off at 8:00 AM, virtually the same time Jim and Jamie Osteen (see story) were taking their double...then at 9:45, Jim Love dropped one...and finally, David Neblett (see David's story) scored at 11:45...that's # 10, # 11, #12, # 13 and # 14 in one morning!   See Philip's story for the second bird...  ...

April 24 - # 9 - Philip Fontenot - see story...

April 17 - # 8 - Tim Freel, guest of Richard Speer, harvests his first ever - a jake.

April 10 - Turkey # 7 - Sam Greene (Nate's brother) gets his first ever!!!  See pictures and story.

April 4 - Turkey # 6 - Wilson Burton got another - his third!  17 1/2 lbs., 10 5/8" beard, 1 3/8" spurs on each side.

April 1 - Turkey # 5 - Wilson Burton - Wilson fooled another one (his second) on April Fool's Day - 21 pounds 11 oz., 1 5/16" spurs and an 8  3/16" beard.

March 29 - Turkey # 4 - Robert Alexander takes his usual opening day bird - 21 1/4 lbs., 9 1/2" Beard and 1 1/4" spurs.

March 28 - Regular Turkey Season.  Turkeys # 2 & 3 - The first day, Nate Greene , Jr and Wilson Burton scored.

March 21 - Youth Turkey Hunt.  Turkey # 1 - Story and pics to follow...

January 07 posting:
1.  See the Summary of Ownership in Heart's Desire Hunting Club at the end of this page, or click on the hyperlink.
2.  Four shares and related assets like the sheds and a room in Motel 12, are for sale at various prices.  See Selling Shareholders and Prices.

November 26 - Nat Harris harvested a nice 8 pointer at 10 AM.  See story and picture...

November - Owen Hardcastle finally coaxed another big boy out of the thicket at 11 AM.  See picture...

November , - Marcus Sheanshang harvested his first buck in 20 + years - a nice 3 ½ year old 10 pointer.  Picture to follow...from Lynn.

November 13 - Nonie Dunn had her deer hunting dream come true - Archery Season - Nonie had a young 8 pointer beneath her stand for about 30 minutes, then spotted a much larger one across the field.  For some reason, the bigger one took a path straight to her.  Nonie stopped it with a well placed arrow which severed his jugular vein - 8 pointer with a kicker for 9 - almost perfectly symmetrical!  165 pounds, 19 ¾ main, 3 ½ year old.  See first picture Story to follow...

November 9 - Daniel Morgan gets his first deer - a 207 pound monster.  See details.

October 15, 2008 - Quick notes of the initial board Meeting for 2008-09 plus some random news of what's going on at HD...

Opening Day - Saturday, September 27, 2008 - First deer of the season falls to Philip Fontenot. See picture and story.

The ROOKIE gets # 15 - but his first ever - Rusty Dunn the accomplished duck hunter, managed to get his first.  See the story...

Turkeys 12, 13 and 14 were recorded.  See the Turkey Section.

And, amazingly,  on the 10th day, Turkey # 11 is recorded by Ned Priest .

Then, on April 7, # 10 is recorded by Wilson!  See News...

And now we're up to 9!!!  (Through April 5)  See News...


From - Sadie Hardcastle (with her dad, Owen)

To - POP (a/k/a Grandfather Doug)


December 1, 2007 - Jamie Osteen - 8-Point 190 lbs.  See Story.

November 26, 2007 - Steve Minneman - 8-Point 185 lbs.  See Deer.

November 26, 2007 - Posted the deer hunting stories of the weekend.

November 22, 2007 - Will Coble takes a nice 10 pointer.  See Deer.

October 15, 2007 - Rusty Dunn kills his first ever buck - a very nice 8 Pointer.


January 28, 2007 - Guess who enjoyed the last day of duck hunting season?  See Hunting/Waterfowl.


Bo Chance and Harley, January 2007

December 20, 2006 - See News...


October 29, 2006 - Results of the juvenile weekend - Two does - thanks to Greg Sheanshang's guests - Kaetlin Michaelis and her brother, Derick.  See Deer Hunting.

If interested, please write Nate Greene, c/o Colliers, 400 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37201, call and leave a message at (615) 850 - 2729.

September 2006 - Taylor Harris wins two National championships.  See News.


A picture of one of our bucks.....


2006 - Turkey Season Results....

2006 - March 11 - Cathy Johnson catches a 13 lb., 8 oz. bass!

2005 - November 19 - Richard Speer takes the only 3 1/2 year old of the year.  Our hunters this year passed up on many borderline 3 1/2 year old bucks this year.  And, in total, our members spotted more bucks than any previous year.  Next year, all these guys will be a year older, hopefully not a year wiser and we're certain of an abundance of "shooters".  Only time will tell.

NathanielMinnemanKnife2005 - October 29 - Youth Hunt - Nathaniel Minneman, Tom Barnes and Jack Jackson were successful.  Nathaniel harvested his first ever deer with a perfect shot on a 1 1/2 yr old spike.  That afternoon, Tom Barnes took a 120 lb 2 1/2 yr old doe from Stand 13.  Then, Sunday morning, 8 year old Jack Jackson made a 100 yard shot from Stand 212 and got his button buck.  Thanks to all who attended - Derrick and Kaitlen Michaelis, Nathaniel Greene and Maddie, Greg Sheanshang's 7 year old granddaughter.  Take a look at Nathaniel's expression on receiving his knife.

2005 - August 15th - Mike Wright was officially hired as our Club Manager, assuming the responsibilities after Jimmy Barnes retires on December 31st.

2005 - Turkey Season - Opening morning - Many members present, including Robert Alexander, Wilson Burton, Philip Fontenot, Nate Greene, Owen Hardcastle, Nat Harris, Jim Love, Will Morgan, Steve and Al Minneman, Skip Neblett, Greg Sheanshang, Richard Speer and Frank Stephens.  See Turkey Hunting for details.

2004 - Turkey Hunting.  We finished the turkey season and surpassed all realistic goals with a total of 25.

OpeningWeekendThreeBuckswithNedOpening Weekend (Gun Season) 2003 - Deer Hunting.  These three were harvested on our opening weekend by Owen Hardcastle, Will Morgan and Ned Priest.  See story in "News" and in the Deer Hunting Sections.


The twenty-four shareholders each own an undivided interest in 3,250 acres (all contiguous), the 1,800 square foot lodge, farming equipment, work truck, an 8 acre fishing lake, the manager's house and all other assets.  An additional 457 acres are leased.  Governed by a shareholder-elected Board of Directors, the property and facilities are managed through the manager, Mike Wright.  Mike has a BS and an MS in Agriculture from Murray State University and is retired from the UT Extension Service, having served Humphreys County in various capacities, the last 2 years being as the Director.  Mike is assisted by Stephen Scott who resides on site.

The overall purposes of this multiple-absentee-owner, on-site management concept are to optimize hunting, minimize farming and security problems, and, equally as important, to share expenses.  Owners each own 1/24th, utilize 100%, and are not required to actively participate in the on-site activities and/or problems.

In other words, ownership in HD offers an attractive alternative for all those currently dealing with the various problems of hunting on public or leased land, poacher control, property management, farming and costs associated with all the above.Lodge

Many members use the club for hunting only.  For others, the full use of the property year round for business or family meetings, hiking, four-wheeling, "camping out", etc., is a bonus to get the entire family and/or business associates involved.

At present, membership is full.  However, four members have expressed a willingness to sell their certificates and other assets individually owned to other hunting enthusiasts who share the same or similar objectives and who would be compatible with the other members.  For additional information, follow this link to the Selling Shareholders.  The shares may be owned either individually or corporately, subject to each member/user being approved by the Board of Directors.

The purpose of this site is not only to inform existing members of current happenings, recent harvests, hunting schedules, etc., but also to expose others to this premiere hunting and recreational facility in hopes of generating replacement members and a waiting list of potential members.  We have a couple of prospects on the list and are seeking more.

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