If you are new to pheasant hunting at Norco, here are a few details to plan and enjoy your outing.
- Be safe for you, fellow hunters and dogs – All shots taken only at birds flushed/ in-flight over head-height , 6’6″ .
- Volunteers set out pheasants in the fields at 6:30 am. Open to anyone, just show up at 6.30 am. Bill Whiting has organized a group to pickup the pheasants each week.
- Anyone hunting with dogs should be parked off to the left of the club-house and dogs do their business in the area around the grassy areas between the service road/parking area/dumpster and the edge of the woods. If a dog does relieve themselves on the club lawn in-front of the club or near the archery area, be kind to pickup. Trash cans near club entrance and or the parking lot dumpster.
- Breakfast served between 7:00am-8:00am ; nominal charge
- Some discussion over breakfast as to who is heading to which fields first.
- Hunting starts at 8:00am
- Lunch is available 12 noon – 1:00 pm; volunteers sought to prep a meal, contact via email email@example.com ; meal prep starts at 5:45am
- Afternoon hunting until dusk
- Clubhouse opens at 2:00 pm to kick-back and recount the day’s outing
- Pheasant wings from dressed birds can left around the dumpster; dog owners are welcome to take some for dog training
- Anything not covered here, ask anyone over breakfast and lunch
- Norco trap & skeet, rifle & pistol, and 3D archery ranges are closed all day Saturday … if you notice anyone using these ranges, please advise them to leave for their safety
- Based on how one may count a field and rock wall dividers, Norco has 10 pheasant fields to work.
Saturday pheasant hunting at Norco aligns with the state season, October 19th to November 30th