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....so does that mean your ready to chip in too?
My dad was member at north point duck club for 20 years. Much better hunting and half the cost(still a lot) but that guy is gonna have a tough time selling that.

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If one could use the lodge as a primary residence year-round, then it could become affordable with a 30-year mortgage. :mrgreen:

(Actually, that almost sounds tempting...)
 

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I'm in only if those bucket seats are covered in Corinthian leather...

So the other 18 shares are all in one family? That gonna be awkward at all, or is it just me?
 

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Aw man....that's pocket change. If I was going to join a club I would want it to be at least a $500k buy-in, otherwise how are you going to keep the riff-raff out?

Seriously though, it blows me away how relative that kind of money is-for me, that would be my house paid off, a new truck, and a good college education for one of my kids, probably with a year's salary or so left over. It's crazy that some folks can afford to spend that much money to hunt ducks!
 

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My dad was member at north point duck club for 20 years. Much better hunting and half the cost(still a lot) but that guy is gonna have a tough time selling that.

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Who is your dad? I hunted that for a bunch of years back in the late 90's early 2000's. excellent hunting there!
 
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