Pennington Creek Hunt Club, located near Mill Creek, Oklahoma, welcomes you on a two-day wild boar hunting adventure. Hunt these wild hogs from any of the hunting zones, each setup with a tower box blind for rifle hunters, quad pod for archery hunters, spin-cast corn and protein feeders. They feed year round, so these hogs know where their permanent food source is.
Dates: March 4-6, 2011
Accommodations: A clean, comfortable, easily-accessed, but secluded hunting cabin is located on the ranch. Capable of sleeping six, their hunting cabin has all the amenities of home. The cabin includes a fully furnished bedroom. It has two sets of bunk beds that will sleep four and then located in the living room is the third set of bunk beds. There is a full bathroom and full kitchen, as well as a fully enclosable (depending on the weather) outdoor pavilion just outside the hunting cabin. This pavilion has gas and charcoal grills, as well as a place to sit out around the fire. Meals are home-cooked and sure to please. No worries about going hungry here!
Total capacity of the cabin is six. Grab your hunting buddies and secure this economical hunt!
Cost: $552.00 – includes a comprehensive safety orientation; shotgun/rifle/archery, sight-in; 2:1 hunter to guide ratio; two nights lodging; two full days of hunting for two feral hogs; meals from dinner on Friday, to lunch on Sunday.
The cost does not include field dressing and cleaning. There is a $50.00 fee per hog to have it skinned and quartered.
In the Outdoors,
Vice President of Operations