Guided Waterfowl Hunting
Virginia Public Land
DescriptionMount Airy Farm consists of 1400 acres of farmland, tidal marsh, native grasses and hardwoods along the banks of Catpoint Creek and the Rappahannock River. Known throughout the region for it’s excellent duck and goose hunting, the marshland of Catpoint Creek is an excellent spot to hunt along the Eastern Flyway. With the immaculate Tayloe Wildlife Refuge (established 1996) bordering our property to the west, bringing numerous waterfowl to the area, the hunting is generally good to excellent. Old and new hunters alike come for the whole duck hunting 'experience'-- an excellent dinner at the historic manor house, followed by a restful sleep, with morning coffee and breakfast and a short drive or boat ride to the blind with a full morning of shooting to follow. Please note: we only take one group at a time and you are hunting with my family, in our traditional spots that we have hunted in for ten generations. You will get muddy, possibly wet and/or cold. Chest waders are recommended. When the hunt is over, retire to the manor house for a full breakfast with coffee, juice, biscuits, eggs, ham and sausage and seasonal fruits provided. The library is a comfortable room to relax, watch football, read or take a nap. You’re free to wander the property, shoot skeet, fish our private mill pond for a trophy bass or take a tour of nearby Stratford Hall and Menokin, historic homes of the Lee family. A waterfowl hunt on the private grounds of Mount Airy is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. $1,250 per hunter based on two-day hunt. License, stamps and shells not included.
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