Golden Days Conservation Club was started by sportsmen interested in improving
habitat and restoring upland bird populations. Our club currently leases several
thousand acres in south-central Illinois and invests several thousand dollars each
year to improve the habitat for wildlife on the tracts. Our tract management projects
including controlled burns, the establishment of native prairie grasses, planting
tree and shrub windbreaks and food plots.
Our members have different
areas of interest ranging from upland, dove, and deer & turkey hunting.
But regardless of their individual passions, we are all sportsman,
interested in improving habitat for all types of wildlife.
The club has strict harvest
limits for quail and pheasants that are below the state bag limits.
Tracts are monitored as to harvest and hunting activity. For example,
for upland use we make sure tracts have at least three days of rest
Listed below is a brief
summary of our different memberships. For more detailed information,
click on the membership tab on our home page.
A company or group would get deer tracts for their exclusive use. In
addition they could have four members of the company/group bird hunting
any day the club is open.
A full individual member will have a deer property assigned to them
and unlimited upland hunting privileges;
These members have unlimited upland hunting privileges.
These members have farm(s) where they have exclusive deer and turkey
The club has several limited membership types, please see the
link for details
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