This rarely offered, very private 304+/- acre duck club is a real gem. Once part of the legendary Dingville Duck and Social Club, it has been meticulously restored to natural marsh and upland habitat for waterfowl hunting. The property is located in Sutter County and is just 25 miles north of the Sacramento International airport. The property is very private with two locked gates and gravel roads with year round access.
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304 +/- acres.
Sutter Bypass, Dingville, CA.
Hwy 113 North from Woodland. 17 mi. to Sutter Bypass, travel over sutter causeway to east levee, turn south .25 mi. to bridge over channel then south 1 mi. to property.
|Property Coordinates: 36.778261N, 119.417932W|
Mallard Pacific Duck Club Video:
In 2011, the club shot just under 600 birds with the majority of birds being Mallards, followed by Sprig, Teal, Widgeon, Wood Duck, and Speckled Geese. The owner leased the ranch out last year and felt that the hunters could have gotten 1000 birds if they limited themselves to two blinds a day with three hunters in each blind.
The property is very private with two locked gates and gravel roads with year round access. The property is located within the Sutter Bypass and is accessible from Highway 99 and Highway 113. The club has 9 blinds that are fully accessible by boat. Shown by appointment only, locked gates.
This area is internationally known for its shore birds and the natural marsh has been a haven for many species of shore birds. This is a year round property with Blacktail deer, doves and fishing; bass, catfish, and salmon. The owners had a very successful brooding year with over 200 mallards released.
The club has PG&E power on site and uses a two year old 25HP lift pump to flood the fields. The water is taken from the Sutter Bypass East/West Channels. The property comes with a water license. The property has a great landing site for temporary trailers, houseboats, boats and storage.
The property has a FWS conservation easement. The owner will convey all mineral rights that they own. The wetland restoration was carefully designed by Ducks Unlimited for a hunter.
Department of Water Resources - California Exchange Center
Data on when the Tisdale Weir has spilled into they bypass.
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