If you're looking for a place to hunt trophy whitetail deer, turkey, hog or even coyote, we've got you covered. We are a family-owned farm located in central Alabama and we have been managing for wildlife since my grandfather bought the place, back in 1943.
We believe that hunting should be relaxing and enjoyable. We try to provide everyone with an opportunity to take game if they choose. If you happen not to bag a trophy, we sincerely hope that you still have a good time. We will do everything within our power to make sure that happens.
This is "Bulldog". He is our new catch-dog–in training. We got him to help "Shoat", our old dog. Shoat hates him. So, they probably will work in shifts, not as a team.
This is Mike and Fletcher. They are two of our guides. They do a really good job. But, when it comes to giving hand signals, maybe not so good. I don't know if they are saying "Hello" or "Good-bye". They are using the universal sign for either. Or, on the other hand, Fletcher could be saying "Stop". I just don't know.
This is all us guides at "Chef Lee's" eating breakfast. We eat there every morning during deer season. While all yall are out there enjoying the great outdoors, we are all warm and cozy, having a big meal. You see Will, Fletcher, Bobby, Mike, and me. The only one missing is Jessica. She had to take the picture. If we knew that we were going to have our picture taken, some of us would have dressed better.
We work sixteen hour days, seven days a week, for several weeks at a time. Sometimes when we sit down for a few minutes, we fall asleep. When one of us falls asleep, somebody usually takes a picture. This is Fletcher. The reason that you don't see a picture of me, is that I can stand the long sixteen hour days, seven days a week for weeks on end without going to sleep. Or, it may be that I am the one that gets to pick out the pictures for the web-site.