Cross Roads Hunt Club has limited openings for the 2021 / 2022 hunting season.
For waterfowl hunters we offer Canada, Snow Goose and Duck hunting. Our large fields allow for great goose hunts. Some fields have pits or A-frames. We allow the use of your layout blinds should you prefer those. Our duck hunting is done over fresh water, impounds, tidal marsh, and open Chesapeake Bay water. Some fields produce ducks so bring your Mojo’s. Some of the fresh water and tidal spots are walk-in. Some require small row boats or kayaks and others are by minimum 14’ boat access. Our Delaware properties range from Milton to Dover and our Maryland properties from Dorchester to Kent counties.
We also offer Deer and Turkey hunting. The majority of our stands are in or near the edges of woodlots overlooking large grain fields, marsh and CRP. Our Deer properties are in Maryland counties that allow rifle hunting.
We are a family oriented club and strongly encourage youth participation. We have several large box blinds and buddy stands for hunting deer where a junior hunter can be with a family member or mentor. Our waterfowl blinds hold a minimum of 4 hunters.
Our rules are voted on by the membership and are designed to give everyone equal hunting opportunities. For example, blind, pit and stand reservations are allowed no earlier than five days prior to the hunt day at 6:00pm and are done via our hunt reservation website. Typically, waterfowlers invite others to join them until the blind or pit is full. There are many more seats in our blinds and pits than there are waterfowlers, and the same is true for the number of stands for the deer hunters. Scouting and successful hunt reports must be posted within 24 hours of the hunt so everyone benefits for each hunter’s experiences in the field.
Group participation is encouraged on our work days as this allows members to meet one another and to learn the properties.
Please contact us for more information at: firstname.lastname@example.org Be sure to include your interests (deer/turkey, waterfowl, or both).