"For The Discriminating Shooter & Deer Hunter"
532 Quailwood Road, Holly Springs, MS 38635
tel: 662.564.1111 fax: 662.564.2770
For Your Every Need
Whether you seek private days afield or a corporate retreat, Dunn's Shooting Grounds provides comfort, service, and sport of a standard that will delight you and your most demanding guest. Nestled among the beautiful rolling hills of Northern Mississippi, Dunn's Shooting Grounds is in the traditional quail country that inspired the first National Field Trials 100 years ago. More than 900 acres and less than an hour from the Memphis International Airport, Dunn's Shooting Grounds is managed exclusively for wing shooting and offers plantation quail hunting and deer hunting, with experienced guides and well-trained dogs. Relax and dine in the luxury of our 13,000-square-foot lodge, and sleep comfortably in the adjacent quarters of eight rooms, all with private baths, heating and air conditioning, and broad porches front and back. Our chef specializes in Southern cuisine, and meals are a delight to be savored.
What to Bring (Deer Hunting)
For your hunt, be sure and bring warm clothing. Layering is a good idea to combat drastic temperature changes. We also require that Blaze Orange be worn during the hunt. If needed, we can supply a blaze orange vest. You’ll need sturdy boots and brush pants or chaps for hiking through the underbrush. You’ll also want gloves to warm your hands and a hat. Be sure to bring extra socks during wet weather. We recommend four pairs of socks per day of hunting.
You will need a MS hunting license. If you do not have a MS hunting license, you can purchase one at the lodge. You will need to bring your driver’s license and, if you were born after January 1, 1972, you will need to bring your hunter education card.
For deer hunting, we suggest that you bring your own compound bow or crossbow and at least 20 broadheads. It's up to you to chose whether you use fixed head or expandable tips. If you don't already have one, we suggest investing in good hunting optics to improve your accuracy wherever possible. It will help you get more enjoyment out of your hunting trip.
What to Bring (Sporting Clays)You’ll want to bring your shell vest, or something similar, to hold your shotgun shells. You’ll need comfortable walking shoes and safety glasses. You’ll also need ear protection. If you don’t have your own, disposable earplugs are available at the lodge.
You can bring ammunition if you like. However, we do have shells available for purchase.