West Point, GA, July 30, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The Southeast’s newest hunting preserve, Twisted Pine Hunting Preserve announced today that it will open for business Saturday, September 4, the first day of dove season.
The preserve features over 2,100 acres of prime hunting land in east central Alabama and western Georgia. Properties include 1,700 acres in Chambers County, Ala., for quality deer and turkey hunts and a 45-acre dove field in Harris County, Ga.
A variety of hunts are available for the avid whitetail deer, eastern turkey and dove hunter. Reservations can be made by calling 706-643-5888 or by visiting their web site at http://www.TwistedPineHuntingPreserve.com.
Three and four day hunting packages, which include accommodations in comfortable cabins at Southern Harbor Marina on beautiful West Point Lake, are available for turkey and deer hunting, respectively. Dove hunts are single day events.
Managed by Kyle Farner, an avid lifelong hunter with a degree in Fishery, Wildlife and Conservation Biology from Colorado State University, this exclusive property is intensively managed. Controlled burns, supplemental feed, mineral stations, food plots, predator control and selective harvests insure long-term success in providing quality, mature bucks, gobblers and dove for avid sport hunters.
“We’re excited about the opportunity to bring this natural preserve to experienced and novice hunters alike,” Farner commented. “Our location is near pristine, and close enough to Atlanta, Columbus, Montgomery, Huntsville and Chattanooga to appeal to a wide range of hunting enthusiasts who want to hunt in a new location. Our packages are very reasonable and include access to all the options of West Point Lake, too. It’s ideal, and we’re looking forward to a great first year. We just got our website up and we’ve already got hunts scheduled,” Farner concluded.
“Twisted Pine Hunting Preserve is very convenient to Quail Run,” said Jeanne Charbonneau, public and community relations director for Greater Valley Group, the developer of the master-planned community in Chambers County, Ala. “Kyle has generously donated two opening-day dove hunting packages as prizes for us to give away at our upcoming open house, which is Friday, August 13 from 4 to 7 pm. Open house visitors will be eligible to win these prizes, which will be given away at 7 pm,” Charbonneau concluded.