SITTING DUCKS HUNT CLUB

PREMIER HUNTING CLUB FOR WATERFOWL AND DOVE IN
WEST ALTON, MISSOURI
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ABOUT US

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20 Minutes Away

Sitting Ducks Hunt Club sits on 102 acres of prime waterfowl and dove habitat in West Alton, Missouri.

  • 9.3 miles from the intersection of I-270 & Hwy. 367 in Spanish Lake

  • 20 minutes from West County 

  • 26 minutes from Blanchette Bridge in St. Charles

  • 27 minutes from Edwardsville, IL.

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Hunter Amenities

The club is equipped with

  • 8 sunken concrete blinds with two dog boxes per blind

  • 72 acre lake with three water pumps that pump at the rate of 10,000 gal/minute to keep the water at optimum level

  • spacious heated Clubhouse for relaxing and equipment storage.

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Birds, Birds, Birds

The club is located approximately 3 miles from the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers. For Dove season, 20 acres are planted with sunflowers. In the summer, millet and corn are planted to attract ducks and geese during hunting season.

 
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MEMBERSHIP

Membership in Sitting Ducks Hunt Club is selective and each member participates in an interview process. Annual membership dues of $3,600 includes unlimited dove, duck and goose hunting during the legal seasons. The club manages 102 acres of land throughout the seasons to provide optimal hunting conditions for its members. The land is farmed, flooded and rested regularly. 8 sunken concrete blinds are each capable of holding 4 hunters and 2 dogs. Guests are welcome.

 

Please review the PDF documents below for complete details of the membership and guest regulations.

 

Prospective members are encouraged to contact one of the club owners below: