Pheasant Hunting - Turkey Hunting - Quail Hunting - Rooster Hunting - Bird Hunting at The Dunn Deal Hunting Lodge
Our Lodge is the best that southern Iowa has to offer in hunting, fishing, and recreation! Our main Lodge is overlooking a privately stocked pond, you can easily spend a weekend - or several weeks - away from it all...but not too far away.
We have over 5000 acres of private land for hunting in addition to our 300 acres private retreat which hosts 2 ponds, wildlife food plots, and plenty of room to roam. Miles of mowed trails conveniently invite hikers to explore and see nature at its best.
The main lodge is available to accommodate 11 people comfortably. It has four bedrooms with two queen size beds in each room. Plus three, eight foot couches that are very comfortable. The lodge has radiant heat flooring along with an AC unit and a regular heater. The main building is over 5,000 square feet with the living quarters being over 2,500 sf. The lodge has a full kitchen and two baths as well as a separate laundry room.
My name is Erik Wilson and I have spent my entire life on the land as a hunter and a farmer.
The Dunn Deal Hunting Lodge is located about 10 miles west of Albia, Iowa or about 10 miles east of Chariton, Iowa where the presumed new world record buck was taken. I have some really comfortable deer stands and many ideal locations. Our lodge offers the best of Iowa hunting experiences. If you need a guided hunting experience, I offer personal attention to details. For more information about BOOKING YOUR HUNTING TRIP contact me.
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