Pheasant Hunting at Four Winds Pheasant Club California Hunting Outfitter and Club
Hunting Details for Four Winds Pheasant Club
Access: Private - Public Hunting Not Permitted
Hunting License: Required
Hunting Rules & Regulations: Check with Hunting Outfitter
Hunting Times for Four Winds Pheasant Club
Best Hunting Times: 11:32PM to 1:32AM, and 1:01PM to 3:01PM
Alternate Hunting Times: 5:23AM to 7:23AM, and 5:53PM to 7:53PM
Hunting Four Winds Pheasant Club, CA on 10/24/2016 will be best from 11:32PM through 1:32AM, and from 1:01PM to 3:01PM. If those times won’t work for you, 5:23AM to 7:23AM looks promising , as does 5:53PM to 7:53PM Remember to adjust these times based on barometric pressure, and weather changes.
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Four Winds good spot for training.
1/18/2013 7:00 AM
I live in San Gabriel valley so 4 winds is only an hour drive. I've been there four times. I found the price to be comparable to other places...even similar places back in my native ohio...i go on weekday mornings and have always had the place to myself. John, the guy that lives there, is very nice once you talk him up. He will plant your birds for you...and even mark the spot if you're training your dog. Which brings up the fact that this is a great place to train your dog. The cover runs from low cut to shoulder high so your pooch can run in both. It's not an ohio farm but for ninety bucks its a great tune-up/training ground to get your dog on birds.
Waste of Money, Embarrassment to Hunting
10/28/2012 8:30 AM
I called four days ahead to say we'd be there at 8:30 a.m. Apparently "everyone else" shows up at 7:30, even though the owner never mentioned that during our reservation. The owner is some 80 year old man who has some other guy working for him. We saw the owner one time, for two minutes, when we paid him the money for our birds and signed release forms. I think he might have said "Hi", in addition to what was required to get us to pay the money and sign the forms, before he drove off. The equally charming employee guy rolled up half an hour later on his ATV. This guy then began some fifteen minute rant about how "the owner is old, has alzheimer's and doesn't understand that he [the employee guy] makes 90% of his money cleaning birds, not delivering them to people." He kept repeating this story over and over again, except when he'd stop every once and awhile and tell us that we were late. Something is seriously wrong with this guy... I'll leave it at that.
"Hunting" entailed us releasing our own birds from some cage in our own little strip of pathetic cover. This cover isn't enough to actually hold the birds, so they just run away from you and your dog without ever being forced to fly. We got "sprayed" with shot twice from the hunting party next to us when going after the first of three pheasants. We then decided to release the other two directly from the cage, to avoid being blinded when shot at by the neighbors again. I shot one of the two remaining pen-raised pheasants from the cage as it flew away, and the other one just ran off without ever flying.
This was like going hunting at a zoo, except that zookeepers probably have more personality and there's a lot less risk of being shot at when you go to the zoo. This is the least sportsmanlike and the most embarrassing excuse for a "hunting trip" I've ever experienced. DO NOT go to this place... "SUCKS" doesn't begin to describe it.
Lastly, this place isn't anywhere near Redondo Beach. It's out in the middle of nowhere, smashed between two (seriously stinky) dairy cow pastures past Lake Perris. Not that I'd expect to be able to hunt pheasants in Redondo Beach, but there's other places to hunt that are way closer to civilization. If you're looking for a 1-1/2 hour drive to a cow patty where two rude bumpkins charge you a bunch of money to dodge shotgun blasts and attempt to throw a chicken up in the air and shoot it... this is the place for you!
Planted Bird Hunting
4/24/2012 7:00 AM
This place is nowhere near Redondo Beach but their mailing address is. The club is in Nuevo. For a planted bird, canned hunt, it's a lot of fun. Great for first timers. Dogs & handlers are available for $50 +tip.
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More About Four Winds Pheasant Club - 10/24/2016
Four Winds Pheasant Club is a hunting outfitter and club located just 2.5 miles from Redondo Beach, in Los Angeles County, in the state of California, United States. Hunters will find a variety of game hunting here including pheasant and others. Whether you’re bow hunting, rifle hunting, or shotgun hunting your chances of finding game here are good. If all goes well, you'll have your pick of game, fill your freezer full of meat, and have a good time.
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