Nettleton Fox Hunting and Fishing Association
Dan McKinney with a nice 11 point killed in the Tombigbee River bottom !
Latest Club News
Feb. 21, 2013
Club Forum available
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Jan. 5, 2014
Club entering 110th year of continuous existence
The second oldest continuously existing hunting club in the state of Mississippi is soon to be 110 years old. It seems like yesterday that we all gathered for a 100 year old celebration at the annual stock holders meeting. A decade later the Club is still strong. The first dated minutes of the Club were on July 12, 1903. While much has changed since this time, the heart of the Club still remains the same. Just as in 1903, the Club offers its members and families a getaway to enjoy the outdoors. More information on the history of the Club can be found on the Club history page on the website. A thorough history of the Club can be attained in the book The First Hundred Years from author, David Williams. The cost of the book is $25.
Feb. 3, 2014
Deer Season stat update
There were 48 deer killed on the Club during the 2013-2014 deer season. Twenty-four bucks were harvested as well as twenty-four does. Buck antler size and weights were up; however, doe weights were the lowest of the past eight years at 90 lbs. A full listing of harvest and a narrative describing the harvest can be found on the 2013 deer stat tabs below. A comparison of the past eight years can also be found on the 06-14 deer stat tab.
Feb. 3, 2014
Informal hunters meeting held Saturday, Feb. 8
An informal meeting of hunters was held Saturday, Feb. 8 at the Clubhouse at 2:00 p.m. to discuss 2013-2014 deer stats and spring food plots. Information from the meeting can be found on the Club Newsletter page.
Nov. 12, 2013
Club Identification stickers available
Nettleton Fox Hunting and Fishing Assn. stickers are now available. Stickers cost $5 for 3 stickers. While not mandantory, it is recommended that members place these stickers on vehicles and atv's that members will use on association property. Caretaker, Andy Underwood, has these stickers. Members can purchase these from Andy.
Feb. 7, 2014
Don't forget small game !
While deer and duck seasons have ended, there are plenty of opportunities left for those not yet ready to put up the guns. The club offers excellent small game hunting for squirrel and rabbits. Many members extend their hunting season by taking up hog hunting. Squirrel and rabbit seasons extend through Feb. 28. Hogs can be hunted year round. Please check state regulations for hog hunting to learn more. Whatever your preference, there are plenty of opportunities to be found !
Feb. 11, 2014
Snow blankets Club !
In the early morning hours of February 11, almost 2 inches of snow and sleet blanketed the Club. Pictures can be found on the 2014 Snow Pictures page.
Feb. 10, 2013
FOR MORE CLUB NEWS CHECK WEBSITE NEWSLETTER !!
Jan. 7, 2014
Hunters, please check out hunter safety letter !
John Austin Taylor with a 4 1/2 pound bass caught in Lake Whitesides on April 19, 2014 !
About Nettleton Fox Hunting and Fishing Association
Nettleton Fox Hunting and Fishing Association was chartered in 1904 and still thrives today. The Association is located in North Monroe County and borders the Tombigbee River. Nettleton Fox Hunting and Fishing Association currently owns 2334
acres and leases an additional 586 acres. Nettleton Club, as it fondly known by its members, has (240) two-hundred forty shares of stock, three major lakes, four smaller lakes, and offers a multitude of hunting opportunities for both large and small
game. Members enjoy hunting, fishing, four wheeler riding, and the aesthetic beauty of Association property. A full history of the Association is located on the history page.
Drew Rhudy with squirrel dogs and a tailgate full of squirrels