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At Turkey Hill Plantation, thousands of acres are maintained and preserved for use as bird woods. A typical quail hunt begins at 9 in the morning with a detailed safety orientation.  Guests set out on a hunt wagon accompanied by a driver, relays of eager dogs, and experienced guides on horseback. Expect lots of coveys (some wild), the joys of working with well-trained bird dogs, beautiful and varied terrain, and last but not least cameraderie. Depending on the weather, a home made meal or box lunch is served outdoors at a lunch shed or back at the various houses. Afternoon hunts begin again around 2 and conclude just about when the sun appears over the yardarm, usually around 5.

 

There are currently several shooting clubs whose members participate in organized wing shooting at Turkey Hill Plantation.  For information about possible membership, contact our general manager, Canada Smith at the plantation office: 843-726-8646 or at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .