DSC "Conservation" Convention Auction Item Preview

Here’s another auction item that will be available for bidding at the January 7-10 2016 DSC Convention and Sporting Expo, “Conservation”. Be sure to check out all of our auction items during the show! For more information, check out our auctions page here.

3-Night Stay and 2 Half Days of Guided Quail Hunts for Two Couples at the Historic Brays Island Plantation in South Carolina (Brays Island Plantation Website)

Brays Island Plantation welcomes two couples to experience a memorable 3-night stay at the historic Brays Island Inn outside Beaufort, South Carolina.  Brays Island, a private 5,500 acre sporting community, offers the Old World charm of plantation living with emphasis on an active outdoor lifestyle.  This trip includes lodging, all meals and two half-days of guided quail hunting with dogs on the private 3,500 acre wildlife and hunting preserve.  At no additional cost, guests may also enjoy the fitness center, indoor/outdoor pools, tennis courts and the opportunity for fresh water and salt water fishing on the Plantation or in surrounding estuaries.  At reduced rates, horseback riding, golfing and range shooting may be arranged.  The Inn has an equestrian center with plantation horses and over 60 miles of sand roads and trails, an 18-hole golf course with no tee times, a gun club with a Holland & Holland designed sporting clays course and skeet/trap/rifle/pistol/archery ranges.  Additional couples are welcome and additional days may be added, both at current rates based on availability.  This trip is available October 15th, 2016 through March 1st, 2017 only.  DSC references include General Walt Boomer, Pat Ryan, Dr. David Yeager and Jerry Edwards.  DALLAS SAFARI CLUB THANKS BRAYS ISLAND PLANTATION FOR THIS 100% DONATION. (Value: $2500)

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