Quail Hunting in Alabama with Coach Pat Dye

Quail Hunts (October 1 – March 31)

Coach Dye will be your host. Hunting will be done with experienced guides from wagons or you can walk if you choose. We have outstanding dogs and strong-flying birds. Extra birds are available on request.

Cleaning and packaging of birds is included.

Half-Day Hunt ($425 per guest)

Breakfast or lunch is provided before joining your guide for your hunt. There is a 14-bird limit per person.

Full-Day Hunt ($675 per guest)

Arrive for breakfast and prepare for the morning hunt. After lunch, you will enjoy an afternoon hunt before you depart. There is a 24-bird limit per hunter. (For an overnight stay prior to morning hunt, add $175 per guest which includes meals).

Two Half-Days Hunt with Overnight ($875 per guest)

On Day 1, arrive for lunch, followed by an afternoon hunt. You will then return to the lodge for the social hour followed by dinner. There is a 28-bird limit per hunter.

A country breakfast will be served on Day 2 followed by the morning hunt and lunch before you return to the real world.

All birds over the limit are $10 each. You may order extra live birds prior to the hunt for $6.50 each and in that case there is no limit.

Itinerary

7:00 AM Breakfast
8:00 AM Morning Hunt
11:30 AM Lunch
2:00 PM Afternoon Hunt
7:00 PM Dinner

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About Crooked Oaks

Crooked Oaks Hunting Preserve is owned and operated by former Head football coach at Auburn University, Coach Pat Dye. The preserve is located in Notasulga, Alabama, and can be utilized for hunting excursions, special events, or just a personal escape.

Coach Dye lives on this property and also runs his Japanese maple tree farm, Quail Hollow Gardens.

Contact

Crooked Oaks
768 Red Creek Road
Notasulga, Alabama 36866

334.707.9355

info@crookedoaks.com

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