ATTENTION!! Due to an overwhelming response for this hunt, the outfitter has agreed to allow me to coordinate a second hunt the following weekend. Also, added to both hunts is a special All-Around “Friendly” Competition that will be mid-day on Saturday; with prizes. Book your hunt today before the second hunt fills up!


Deer Hunt at Mountain View Plantation, Delta, Alabama:
Two and half day deer hunt with Mountain View Plantation, in Delta, Alabama. Buck, Doe, Coyote and/or Bobcat can be harvested on this hunt. This hunt is limited to 12 women hunters. Please see IMPORTANT information below on how to secure your spot on this hunt. We will also have the opportunity to shoot clays on the MVP state-of-the-art 5-Stand.

First hunt: Friday, October 21st through Sunday, October 23rd, 2011. This is the weekend after the Alabama bow season opener on October 15th and after the full moon phase.

Second hunt: Friday, October 28th through Sunday, October 30th, 2011.

Hunters will stay together in the spacious Mountain View Plantation Lodge. Meals will be provided. For photos, see the MVP website or my blog entry from my last trip there. Hunters will arrive on Friday by noon and settle into their rooms and prepare to hunt Friday afternoon.

The hunt:
Hunting will be from stands over active areas and acorns that have been monitored with game cameras or by owner/guides. This is a bow hunt; compound bow or crossbows that meet the Alabama regulations.

We will hunt Friday afternoon, Saturday morning and afternoon and Sunday morning and afternoon; five hunts total. Buck, Doe, coyote and bobcat may be harvested. Mature bucks only to be harvested; no button bucks, spikes or small racked deer with less than a 14″ spread.

Hunters will depart Sunday evening or you may choose to stay over and leave Monday morning at no additional charge. For those flying in, Mountain View Plantation is located 1 1/2 hours from the Birmingham, Alabama airport or 1 1/2 hours from the Atlanta, Georgia airport. You will need to rent a car to drive to MVP. The address is as follows:

Mountain View Plantation
488 Haynes Mountain Road
Delta, Alabama 36258

The guides will not actually be guiding hunters in the field; however, the guides will insure that the hunters get to and from stands safely.

The cost for this hunt is $300 per hunter. (Discounted from the regular price is $900) There are no hidden costs; transportation to stands, meals, and lodging are included in the cost. This fee does not include your non-resident license, see below.

IMPORTANT: A $150 non-refundable deposit must be received no later than June 15, 2011; deposit must be received to secure your spot–first come, first serve. Please email me for mailing instructions at

The cost of a non-resident license is $120 (All Game, 3-day trip) and can be purchased online at Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources website. Please make sure to insert the correct dates of 10/21/11 thru 10/23/11 when applying for the 3-day license.

Suggested items to bring:
A safety harness. Required to be worn at all times in the stand.
Alabama’s temperatures in October can be somewhat unpredictable, however it is normally pretty warm, if not HOT during the month of October. It is recommended to bring lightweight hunting clothes and some layers just in case.
Bring a cooler to carry home quartered deer.
Rain gear.
Bring a shotgun and light target loads for the Five Stand. If you do not wish to bring your personal shotguns, several will be available as loaners.

Contact Info:
Please contact me for information on where to mail your deposit check for this hunt or for any other questions you may have at

You may bring and consume alcoholic beverages if you wish to do so; however please reserve the consumption of alcohol for the evening or after the days hunt. For safety and liability reasons, anyone drinking alcohol during the day prior to the hunt will not be allowed to hunt that evening. Drink responsibly.

This hunt is not affiliated with any group, magazine, or sponsor and is a HUNT, not an EVENT with silent auction, games and raffles—no frou-frou here—just an actual hunt. I am not a booking agent, guide or outfitter; I am simply organizing this hunt for other women who would like to participate in a bow hunt with other women with like interests.