PEA CREEK TROPHY HUNT CLUB RULES AND REGULATIONS
The following rules and regulations were established for the benefit of Pea Creek Trophy Hunt Club, its members and land owners. The rules will be strictly enforced and it is our obligation as members to ensure these guidelines are honored. Failure to adhere to these rules and regulations will result in the loss of membership, both annually and possibly permanently, with no monies being refunded.
The guiding principle of this club continues to be year round safe, family oriented trophy buck hunting.
GENERAL RULES AND GUIDELINES
First and foremost, respect for fellow members, landowners, the land, and for the game pursued.
Guest days will be from opening day through January 10 only. Allowed guests are expected to abide by all club rules. After January 10, only paid members, their wives and children under 18 y/o living at home and going to school full time are allowed.
During deer season, ATVs are not to be driven on club roads from 3:00PM until 30 minutes after sunset and 30 minutes before sunrise until 10:00am.
ATVs are permitted on designated trails for the purpose of removing deer, tree stand placements, or travel to and from hunting areas.
Starting with the month of September, and throughout the hunting season, ATV usage should be kept to a minimum so that ATV traffic is not to blame for moving deer off the property.
Members are allowed a total of (3) stands, either ladder or climber stands.
No stands will be placed no closer than 300 yards from other members' stands.
All stands to be in place 2 weeks before general gun season. Moving stands will be limited to either before or after your intended hunt of that day only.
All permanent/ladder stands placed in the woods should be marked on the tag board and be available to all members and guests.Portable stands are the property of the owner and permission to use these stands is to be approved by owner.
All members are asked to put their push pins in the camp map so that all members will know which stands are occupied.
Respect for one another should be given when placing portable stands in woods.
Members who choose to do so are asked to place their camera no closer than 300 yards from other members' cameras. Again, to check or move your camera, do it either before or after your intended hunt of that day only.
All gates and or cables will be locked at all times. The clubhouse gate may be left unlocked during times when members are still at the clubhouse.
All new members are on a trial membership for their first year. Their actions, conduct and attitude will determine future membership in the club.
Under no circumstances will there be any nails, screws or bolts driven into any tree located on the trophy section of the hunting lease, by order of the landlord.