Golden Days Conservation Club was started by sportsmen interested in improving
habitat. Our club currently leases over 5500 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, to
fishing, canoeing and cross country skiing. But regardless of their individual
passions, we are all sportsman, interested in improving habitat for all types
Listed below is a brief
summary of our different memberships. For more detailed information, click on
the membership tab on our home page.
Our Platinum, Gold & Silver
memberships include varying degrees of hunting access. The club has strict
harvest limits for quail and pheasants that are below the state bag limits. The
club also has strict guidelines for the harvesting of bucks. Tracts are
monitored as to harvest and hunting activity. For example, for upland use we
make sure tracts are hunted no more than every three days.
Our platinum members have full access to the club's ground. This would include
Upland, dove waterfowl, deer & turkey hunting, as well as all other
recreational activities. (Camping, fishing, hiking etc ).
Gold members have upland and dove hunting privileges, as well as recreational
Deer & turkey and recreational use are available for Silver memberships.
Members with a Bronze membership are entitled to recreational use of the club's
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