Dedicated to Environmental Conservation, Preservation of Wildlife, Habitat, Shooting Sports, and Hunter Safety Education
Located in the heart of the Finger Lakes region of New York State lies a huge sportsman area known for it's fishing and hunting offerings. The Seneca Lake Duck Hunters Club has a generational history Dedicated to Environmental Conservation, Preservation of Wildlife, Habitat, Shooting Sports, and Hunter Safety Education. The SLDHC offers shooting leagues, horseshoe leagues, public meal nights, and a place to hold your special events.
For just $30 a year, approved applicants may enjoy "our million dollar view of Seneca Lake" or utilize our three lighted Trap Fields, our two Skeet Fields, our Rifle Range, our Fishing Pond, or our Archery Course.
Click on the link to access a Membership Application. Simply fill in the web form, print it, sign & date it then hand it in to the bartender on duty along with your $30 membership dues. The Board of Directors will review your application at the next Director's meeting.
Do you have comments, questions or suggestions? The Club has always had a comment box on the wall but we're getting with the times. You can now email the Board of Directors by either clicking HERE or by going to our Contacts page and clicking on "Board of Directors". If you would like your communication to remain anonymous, please indicate that in your email. We want to hear from you!
Click HERE for a quick link to The Duck Call for the latest news involving the Club!
Thank you for coming out for our monthly fish fry. We sure were busier than we anticipated! As promised, the Fish Fry Crew made sure that we didn't sell out of cole slaw, rolls or dessert before everyone was served.
Lynn Sutherland was the lucky winner of the 50/50. Congratulations Lynn!
We moved the fish fry to the 2nd Friday of every month so our next fish fry will be on August 14th. We are still looking for a few volunteers. It's only 3 to 4 hours of your time and a great way to accumulate those hours for the ever popular worker's party. Not to mention that you'll get the best fish in town on the house! If you're interested, please contact our Crew Chief, Scott Sutherland.
News from Kelley’s Korner: May, 2015
Just a couple of things….Perch Derby update information…Thank you to Chuck Parody for volunteering to manage the fish cleaning and prep end of the Derby days. This should hopefully enable us to resume accepting perch for the donation drawings on all days of our derbies.
The fishing dates for 2016 are set. The 4th Annual Alton Morse Winter Classic with be held on February 27th and March 5th. The 30th Annual SLDH Spring Derby with be on April 16th and 17th.
The crew from Boy Scout Troop #193 from Greece, NY were our special guests from May 15-17 for their Shooting Sports Weekend. This is the 3rd year we have hosted this bunch and not only do they have a good time, they learn so much about firearms and archery it’s ridiculous. Attendance for this weekend has grown each year and this time, the troop brought 40 scouts and 30 adults. In all, they had about 10-12 youth who were either new to the troop or new to the Shooting Sports Weekend. With safety being a primary concern for the Scouts, each one of those 10-12 kids had an adult mentor assigned to them for the entire weekend. We started the weekend on Friday evening with a dinner of our famous Duck Club Pizza and Wings. After that, Scout Master Jason Patterson and his crew held their traditional safety briefing in the pole barn…only not so brief. It’s a very comprehensive presentation and everyone is required to attend or they cannot participate.
Saturday started with another safety briefing followed by breakfast prepared by SLDH volunteers. Then it was time for the fun. The kids were divided into groups and went shooting station to shooting station, all supervised by the adults. They were able to handle and shoot an assortment of firearms and gave our trap and skeet fields quite a workout. Then on to the archery experience. Unfortunately mother nature stepped up, tossed in some rain, thunder and lightening and shut the fun down early.
They were all up and out early Sunday morning and this is where I would normally have put a few pictures of the fun, had Scout Master Patterson sent any in time to make the “go to print” deadline….
My thanks to Rich Gorton, Andy Button, Jessica Mashewske, Susan Madigan and Barbara Laursen for helping make the weekend a success. I would also like to thank the Wednesday Night Chicken Wing Crew for the donation of wing sauces. We used a combination to concoct the special mix we used for the Scouts’ wings…and thanks to all the guys who worked so hard to get the pole barn in shape for the weekend!!!!!
Daily Bar Hours
Wednesdays from 4pm to 1am
Thursdays from 4pm to 1am
Fridays from 4pm to 1am
Saturdays from 10am to 1am
Sundays from 10am to 7pm
We offer a spacious bar and dining area (complete with big screen TVs), two outdoor decks, and an enclosed pavilion which is available for picnics, parties, reunions, wedding receptions, .....and more!
We offer Gun and Bow Hunters' Safety courses!
For information on how YOU can apply for Membership, contact any of our over 800 Members or call the Club.
You can also find our Membership Application by clicking this link.
(Open Wednesday Wing Night thru Sunday)
Wednesday night! $5.50 per dozen Chicken Wings!!!!!
Mild, Hot, BBQ, Honey Mustard, Garlic Parmesan, Red Garlic Parm, Cajun, Old Bay!
NO MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED !!
LARGE PIZZA WITH TOPPINGS - $13 - SMALL PIZZA $4.50
$2.00 FRENCH FRIES! TAKE OUT AVAILABLE AT ADDITIONAL CHARGE!
Serving Wings from 5pm to 8pm
Current Wing Night Menu