Hunting in the Northern Sacramento Valley, California

Welcome Members and Guests to Richmond Hunting Club!  Come hunt a club where all members are treated fairly and equally.  Contact us for more information!  Thanks for visting!

 

Richmond Hunting Club was established as a non-profit club in 1954 and is managed with a volunteer staff.  At comparatively low membership fees, we provide dove, pheasant, duck and goose hunting in the Northern Sacramento Valley with properties extending from Arbuckle on the Southern end to Willows and Chico on the Northern end, including Arbuckle, Williams, Gridley, Colusa, Maxwell, Princeton, Afton and Butte City

At comparatively low membership fees, we extend our services over 13,000+ acres of land spread in Northern California from Zamora to Chico. We have no paid positions, and every penny goes toward leasing properties and managing and upkeep of the club facilities.
 

 

2014/15 HUNTING NEWS

No hunting or blind preparations are allowed before farmers release fields to us.  Currently few fields have been released for use.  Please contact your area manager for information about your assigned waterfowl blinds and field blinds before setting up decoys or hunting.  Please refer to the Club Contact section of this website for area manager contact information.

PHEASANT PURCHASES

We have implemented a program where members can purchase pheasants directly from McClellan Brothers in Oroville for $14.00 each. Simply contact McClellan Brothers directly at 530-534-9836, or complete and send McClellan Brothers their contract, to make your purchase.   Due to complications of whcih birds belong to a privte individual and which belong to the club, only club birds can be delibered to the clubhouse at Maxwell or Arbuckle.  Arrangements to pick up the birds must be made at the time the birds are ordered.

Birds sold out of season must be used for DOG TRAINING and the birds must have the appropriate markings. The DFG currently requires three day notice and all birds must have DFG issued tags which are sold by DFG for $.03 each. Complete Dog Training laws and regulations can be found on our web site or at www.dfg.ca.gov. It is the hunter’s responsibility to know and understand Fish and Game Laws.


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Remote Enough to be a welcome break from the daily grind but close enough so you do not The cluto spend hours getting here to enjoy a great hunt and a great time with friends and family.

 


For more information contact us at (707) 451-1690 or toll free at (877) 713-1611

 

Seasonal hunting seven days a week with no reservations

Awards/Recognition:
Recognized for Work with Youth, California State Fish and Game
Honored, Hunter Safety Awards for Training of Youth

Dates to Remember:

October 8 - Duck and Goose season opens

November 8 - Pheasant season opens

Junior Pheasant hunt to be announced soon!