Every morning, the guides will serve you a continental breakfast, including cereal, oatmeal, toast, yogurt, and juice. For lunch, we serve sandwiches and soups. While you’re out hunting, our chef prepares a delicious dinner of southern style comfort food. Her specialties include succulent beef ribs, meatloaf, baked chicken breast, deep fried chicken breast, pork ribs, steak, and deep fried pork chops, with a side of southern style vegetables and macaroni and cheese. For desert, the chef bakes fresh pecan and peach pies. On Sunday afternoons, we grill venison and wild game. 


Our three licensed North Carolina guides have also guided hunts in Montana, New York, Canada, Mozambique, and throughout the United States. They take care of everything to ensure you can focus on harvesting a deer a day. 


You’ll sleep comfortably in our 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom lodge. The custom Adirondack-sided lodge was built on the site in 2007. It features flat screen TVs throughout the house, central air conditioning, a double-sided fireplace, and a Jacuzzi air jet tub. It is fully furnished, and we supply all bed linens, bath towels, and toiletries. The grounds and facilities are cleaned daily by the staff.


Our Butcher takes care of skinning, quartering, and refrigerating the meat and holds it until you depart. Full-service meat processing is available upon request for an additional charge.

What to Bring

  1. Rubber boots

  2. Standard boots

  3. Hip boots or waders (if you want to get up close and personal)

  4. A good pair of binoculars

  5. Bug spray, netting, and or thermo cell for warmer months

Getting Your Hunting License

Be sure to get your North Carolina hunting license before your hunt. Licenses are not included in the cost of your trip. Click on the link below to get your license. You can buy and print it right from home.

Contact Us

Greg Schrider

528 Collins Mill Rd
Castalia, NC 27816

NC: 919-727-0434

NY: 315-525-1684

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