This hunt is an awesome opportunity for you to enjoy a weekend hunting and fishing with other women at a nice lodge in beautiful southeast Alabama. This hunt will be for a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 12 hunters. You will be hunting hogs on 3,000 acres of agricultural land, pine plantations and river bottoms. No harvest limits or size restrictions. The outfitter will have a nuisance permit issued by the Alabama Fish and Game allowing hunters to hunt at night. All box and tree stands are provided and already located on prime hunting spots. The weapon will be hunter’s choice and if you wish to hunt during the day, you may do that as well; with a bow and/or gun. If you are a predator hunter and want to hunt coyotes, you can do so at no additional cost. Included in this package is catch and release fishing on your choice of three ponds; about 20 acres of pond. To reserve your spot or if you have any questions, email me at

June 24-26, 2011
Arrive Friday mid-afternoon, hunt Friday, Saturday and Sunday and depart on Sunday around noon. We will coordinate with those who want to hunt during the day as well.

Rack Nine Outdoors
Terry Garrett
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Clio, Alabama in Barbour County. Email me for a link to a map if you would like to see the property.

The outfitter has extremely discounted the price of this hunt. The fee for this hunt is $325.00 per hunter; which includes lodging, meals, and transportation to and from your stand, and catch and release fishing. Skinning and quartering of hogs for your cooler is included. Meals will include dinner on Friday night, 3 meals on Saturday and brunch on Sunday. Beverages and snacks will also be available at all times during the hunt.

The required license:
3-day Non-Resident Small Game License $40.00
License can be purchased online

Equipment needed:
THERMOCELL (First and foremost!!)
Spotlight or powerful beam flashlight
Firearm and Ammo
Fishing gear if you wish to fish
Camo clothing, preferably the lightest weight clothing
Rain wear and gear
Casual summer clothing
Personal toiletries (towels and wash cloths will be supplied)
Cooler to take your harvest home in

There will be women coming from several states; if you wish to carpool with someone, let me know and I will see about helping you arrange that. This should be a fun hunt and I hope many of you can attend. Please email me if you should have any questions at