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A good portion of this club’s wetland habitat is dedicated to a wildlife sanctuary, to ensure there will always be live waterfowl living on the club. There are five strategic hunting locations (duck blinds) located within the marsh area, in between the refuge sanctuary areas.
321.68 Acres, M/L Colusa County, California
LOCATION: This historic 100 year old waterfowl hunting club is located one mile west of the town of Colusa, California. The property borders the Colusa National Waterfowl Refuge Sanctuary north border (California State Hwy 20). Lurline Road is the north border of the subject property. The west border of the property is the 2047 Colusa drain canal which flows between the Colusa National Waterfowl Refuge and the Delevan National Waterfowl Refuge and the Sacramento National Waterfowl Refuge. This large canal has always been the main vein (flight pattern) between these three awesome waterfowl sanctuaries.
INGRESS/EGRESS: The property can be accessed through a locked gate on Lurline Road on the north side of the property. You can also access the ranch through the gate located on State Hwy 20.
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DESCRIPTION: This hunting club consists of 321.68 acres that is enrolled in the US Fish and Wildlife Service Conservation Easement and Wetlands Reserve program for the protection of valuable wetlands and migratory waterfowl. The “easement” placed on this extremely valuable wetland property makes for a very high-quality hunting experience. According to the Colusa County Department of Public Works, this property is 51’ to 52’ above sea level (Zone AE) and is subject to flooding.
OIL, GAS & MINERAL RIGHTS: All of the oil, gas and mineral rights on this property are held with the former owners (Zumwalt Family).
PROPERTY TAXES: This property is enrolled in the Williamson Act. The annual taxes are $5,310.
SOILS: The soil on this property is primarily Grimes clay which is excellent wetland soil for growing all of the valuable moist soil plants used by waterfowl. (Round stem bulrush tule, smartweed, water-grass, and swamp timothy).
WATER: This property has 282.4 shares within the Zumwalt Mutual Water Company, with an annual cost of water of $15,673 ($52 per acre plus CDMWC assessment of $3.50 per acre).
COMMENTS: With the Colusa National Waterfowl Sanctuary on your south border and your own sanctuary on your north border, with thousands upon of thousands of ducks and geese trading back and forth makes the “Zumwalt” one of the most successful duck clubs in the entire Colusa basin, as well as in the entire state. This property also hosts some huge Columbian blacktail bucks, wild turkeys and pheasants.
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