Cross Creek Shooting Preserve
Call or Email Us For Custom Hunts Now! If you want to get out there and hunt, we want to support you in that. We think that as long as you’re using as much of the animal as possible and not just hunting to kill, that’s amazing!
Duck and Chukar Hunts
One of the most technically difficult of all the hunts is the duck hunt. Learn how to do it the right way here. When it comes to duck hunting, staying low and quite is key. Ducks will fly away at the first sign anything is up, so you need to get as close to them as possible before that happens. The actual act of shooting ducks themselves is quite tricky, hitting a moving target way up in the air. ALWAYS be mindful of what direction you’re shooting in, a lot of people don’t realize quite how far bullets and bb’s can go. NEVER shoot in the direction of other people, and don’t just unload your entire gun into a flock of birds. If you do hit any, you’ll probably cause too much damage to the meat itself to do anything with it. Bird hunting with dogs is a whole other game too.
This breed can create quite an unsettling situation when you try to hunt them. You have to be careful with them. Quail seem to be a bit smarter than other birds. When you’re bird hunting, one of the hardest things to do is figure out where exactly your bird hit the ground at. That’s where dogs come in handy, they can track and retrieve any birds you shoot, meaning you won’t be wasting any game or wasting hours of your time just walking and searching.
Trophy white tail
If you call yourself a great hunter, try getting hold of a Trophy white tail. It will tell whether you are really one. It’s estimated that their are upwards of 30 million deer in the United States, and the majority of those being white tail with mule deer making up the rest. A big white tail can grow to upwards of 300 pounds and have many many points on their racks. Millions of white tail are killed in the US every year to protect our crops, and it’s actually a big industry. Some farmers are even able to get silencers and other weaponry to help them take out more deer. A big deer population can decimate a farm if left along long enough. It’s estimated that in perfect conditions the deer population can double every two years in the states, so you don’t really need to be concerned with over-hunting.
Guided Duck hunts
(morning or evening)
$200 per shooter
No-Limit Duck Hunts
Shoot from blinds
For Training purposes, etc.
$150 Blind fee
$15 per duck – no limit on amount
Cross Creek Shooting Preserve is a great place to bring the family and get in some quality hunting. Hunting is a great family activity, even if someone isn’t too into the shooting of animals, it offers a great chance to just enjoy one another’s company and the great outdoors. Nothing quite brings people together like being outside together. A hunting trip can be a great getaway vacation for any family, it’s worth a try!
Our hunts, locations and facilities are constructed
with the handicapped and elderly in mind.
We make it easy for anyone to have a great time!
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