Photography by L.A. Toy
Pheasant hunting PA with Spring Lane Hunt Club takes you back to a time when local farms produced the best Pheasant hunting in Pennsylvania. Our guests report seeing many extra pheasants during their hunts and some report seeing wild flushes of multiple Pheasants. It is common for our hunters to relate Spring Lane Hunt Club to hunting wild Pheasants in South Dakota.
Located on a retired Dairy Farm in beautiful Sinking Valley outside of Tyrone Pennsylvania, Spring Lane Hunt Club is a Wingshooter's dream. 300 of the 500 acres we manage are dedicated to permanent Pheasant habitat, providing birds with the food and cover they need all year long. We have a large population of Pheasants that choose to live wild at Spring Lane. That makes it easy to understand why Spring Lane’s Pheasant hunting is the best around.
Spring Lane also offers one of the finest European style Continental Pheasant Hunts anywhere. Come see why everyone is experiencing some of their best Upland hunting ever, at Spring Lane Hunt Club.
Come experience it for yourself!!!
After meeting in our Club House for coffee, you and your guests can head out to experience a memorable Pheasant hunt.
Pheasant hunting is done in five different fields on our 350 acre farm. This provides you and your guests with plenty of ground, in fact you will have about of 50 acres for your group. This allows you to have your own personal and successful Wingshooting experience.
Hunts are 1/2 day.
Pheasants per Hunter with a Guide & Dogs No Guide
10 Pheasants $375 $350
Seasonal memberships give you the ability to bring guests, clients and employees for a professional and hassle free Pheasant hunt. Memberships also give you a reduced price while preserving you own little piece of private Pheasant hunting.
Memberships must be paid in full by November 1st 2018
All members receive the following:
Complimentary Spring Lane Hunt Club hat
Ability to hunt 7 - 10 Pheasants per hunter
Membership - Member may bring up to 3 guests
50 Pheasants $1,700
100 Pheasants $3,300
175 Pheasants $5,600
250 Pheasants $7,750
We believe that habitat is the key to Pheasant hunting, just as it is in the management of any wildlife. Since the fall of 2004 we have been focusing on managing our land to benefit the wildlife as well as the hunter.
In the spring of 2005 we dedicated 200 acres of the 500 acres we manage into native grasslands. By giving Pheasants a haven to live and rest in, many other species have also greatly benefited. Next we planted over a 1,000 trees and shrubs along a half mile stream in order to provide cover for Pheasants to access water and help improve the over all water quality.
With each spring we have been adding more and different food plots as we learn what is more beneficial for the Pheasants and variety of other wildlife. We now have over 260 acres or Native grasslands. We plan on planting close to 10 different food plots this spring with everything from Milo and Sunflowers to Corn and Soybeans.
We believe the key to quality hunting and wildlife truly is Habitat
Spring Lane Hunt Club offers the finest Continental Hunts in the style of European driven hunts. Our 150 acre, picturesque natural setting is able to host groups of up to 20.
Continental hunts typically include:
20 Pheasants per hunters
Breakfast before hunt
Professional guides with dogs
Basic bird cleaning
Lunch after the hunt
With a blend of strong flying Pheasants, scenic views, and great friends, a Spring Lane Continental is an experience unlike any other.
Please contact us if you have interest in a Continental Hunt. We look forward to talking with you to set up the hunt that will be best for you and your guests.
December 25 Closed, Merry Christmas
January 13 2018 Continental Hunt - Contact us if interested
March 31 2018 Last Day of hunting season
September 1 2018 - Dove Day
September 15 - 16 Orvis Game fair - visit us at their Sandanona Shooting Grounds
October 13 2018 - First day of Pheasant hunting!
Get a couple of your hunting friends, your favorite shotgun or two and come out to enjoy a great time hunting birds catching up.