Situated in the San Joaquin Valley, the Pasuza Duck Club exist on the southern edge of what was once the largest freshwater wetland in the Western United States. Our close proximity to the 11,249 acre Kern Wildlife Refuge complex helps us attract a wide variety of waterfowl during their fall and winter migrations. Some of the species you can expect to see are Pintail, Mallards, Cinammon Teal, Greenwing Teal, Northern Shovelers, Widgeon, Gadwall, Bufflehead and the occasional flock of dark and light geese.
Every year we flood approximately 140 of our 235 acre property, to provide seasonal habitat for the migrating waterfowl.
Our hunting ponds are seasonal with our fall flood up beginning in mid-August. Our flooded habitat is maintained through about February, after which time we slowly drain our seasonal wetlands. Certain portions of our hunting ponds are then irrigated during the late spring and early summer in order to encourage the growth of food plants for the following fall’s arrival of wintering and migrating waterfowl.
Our hunting is done out of pit and tube blinds which range from a two man to four man capacity. These islands blinds are strategically situated throughout our six shooting ponds.