Oak Creek Sporting Club
Nebraska Public Land
DescriptionOVERVIEW When you visit this hunting preserve your first impression will be of down-home country friendliness and you will be treated like family. Its no wonder, the operation is ran by a fourth generation farm family. Whether you spend the entire weekend or just a couple of hours you can expect the highest quality in upland bird hunting and clay target shooting from their 15th ranked sporting clay course in North America. This lodge represents the quintessential State of Nebraska, fertile farm fields, rolling grass hills, huge Cottonwoods bordering fence rows and creek bottoms creates perfect conditions for upland bird habitat and an ambiance for you to take a deep breath and relax. HUNTING This outfitter specializes in pheasant and chukar hunting on 1500+ acres of upland fields and woodlands. Since this is a preserve, it allots guests to have a longer hunting season from Sept. 1 through March 31 and no bird limits. A full-time staff of professional guides with experienced bird dogs will ensure that your hunt is a success. Groomed trails makes your hunt enjoyable and comfortable.Your group will hunt select grasslands and food plots behind highly trained pointing dogs and professional guides. You will experience the dogs quartering the fields closely to you and then going into a staunch point while you carefully get into position, giving you the time to place your well aimed shot after the bird flushes. DOGS The professional guides have dogs that have pointed well over 50,000 birds and have so much experience that it would be hard to find anywhere else. Justin Neal, Director of RSA personally guides with his three German Shorthaired Pointers and highly recommends this location. If you so choose, you may bring your own dog and have the confidence and comfort knowing that your dog, like you, will be catered to.
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