The Haymarsh Hunt Club
Haymarsh Hunt Club’s primary goal is to help our members enjoy a natural and
challenging hunting experience.
The Club was founded in 1989
the late Bud Gummer, a lifelong hunter and shooting-sports enthusiast. Bud’s goal is to enable anyone who is serious about upland
bird-hunting the opportunity to enjoy challenging and realistic hunting.
1989 we released 100 pheasants. During the 2015 – 2016 season, we released more than
and harvested well over
300 “scratch” birds.
We have been the host of several TV shows, including the
PBS broadcast, The Wilderness Journal. We have also hosted the 2001
English Springer Spaniel and the 2006 English Cocker National Field Trials.
Numerous nationally sanctioned hunt tests and field trials have been held at our
facility includes more than 1400 acres, which allows us to ensure that if you
want to hunt we will have room. Each hunting area is about 40 acres and is
managed to retain as natural an environment as possible, including appropriate
cover and feeding areas.
Field Map of the Haymarsh Hunt Club