Rack and Spur Hunt Club, LLC is a family friendly and safety oriented hunting club located in Saluda County, South Carolina. At the moment, we have over 3400 acres of hunting land. Approximately 740 of that 3400 acres is quality managed land. There is a great mix of hardwood bottoms, cutover, short pines, tall pines and food plots. We have plenty of box and tower stands that will comfortably seat a grown-up and a child. There's a place to skin your deer and properly dispose the remains. Camper parking is available. The clubhouse has 14 bunks, two bathrooms, kitchen, and a wood burning stove. But best of all - we have plenty of deer, turkey, and small game. We accept major credit cards.
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3/4 inch spurs
9 inch beard
Gary and his friend Nathan take home Thanksgiving dinner with this nice Thunder Chicken!!!
Chip and Kara tag team this one. Nice Thunder Chicken!!!
Don Sydlik takes a TC home!
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Kara Miller finally got her first one on January 1st! Last day of the season. She hung in there even though it was a little chilly that morning. Way to go Kara!!
Congratulations to Rack and Spur Member John Hicks and Family. John was awarded the Medal of Valor. John retired from the US Army and decided to continue his service to the nation and community by serving as a police officer with the city of Newberry,SC. Click here to read the story of John and his heroic actions in the Newberry Observer.
Landon Mook is having a very successful deer season. Shot his first one earlier in the year and is knocking them down!
Mike Scott with a double!
8 point and a Doe.
Ms. Tonia displaying the harvest.
Now this is team work. Mark shot this big 8 point during the snow and Scott finished off the harvest the next day - way to go guys! But, who gets the meat?
This is a perfect example of what CAN NOT be harvested on Tracts 4 and 7!