Guided Hunts are available 7 days a week at Fullflight Game Farm
Fullflight Game Farm & Hunt Club is located in Bernardston Massachusetts, just south of the
Vermont/New Hampshire border. Part of the historic Pioneer Valley area of Western Massachusetts.
Just 2 hours from Boston, Providence, New Haven and Albany. It’s close enough to most parts of
New England for a day trip, but you may want to plan a nights stay so you’ll have time to enjoy all
that the area has to offer. From quant villages with unique shops and eateries to zip-lining or
whitewater rafting, you’re sure to find something for everyone. Fullflight Game Farm & Hunt Club
invites you to enjoy a pristine western Massachusetts hunting experience. Fullflight Game Farm and
Hunt Club offers you a unique hunting experience. We have a full service Hunt Club open to the
public. Fullflight has acres of prime upland hunting fields and woods, and we are continually
improving and expanding the hunting acreage. We provide an excellent upland hunting experience
for sportsmen wanting to enjoy the unspoiled natural cover found on the 350 acres of Silvery Moon
Farm. Fullflight offers half-day hunts from September through May with both morning and afternoon
hunts available. Experienced guides and dogs are available. Periodic stocking of our hunt acreage
from the game farm’s quality birds assures a rewarding hunting experience. Whether you are new to
the sport of upland bird hunting or a seasoned hunter, you are sure to appreciate what Fullflight has
to offer: a scenic countryside with a mix of forest and field, and quality birds to hunt, accompanied by
experienced guides and dogs.
What you can expect from a guided hunt:
Your guide has been hunting upland birds and waterfowl for many years. And the dogs, mostly
flushing Labradors, some with pointing traits, are from some of the finest stock available. Your guide
has been breeding, training and hunting his dogs for generations. The main goal of your guide, and
his dogs, is to make your day an experience that you’ll talk about for years to come.
If you are experienced hunters (over dogs) you’ll get some quick instructions on safety and
guidelines, introduced to the dogs and we’ll be off.
Inexperienced hunters or those who have never hunted over dogs will get more indepth instruction
on safety, how to hunt over a dog, and pointers on how to make your hunt more successful, and
therefore more enjoyable and memorable! Your guide will be eager to pass on his knowledge and
experience to you. And his dogs simply want to make you happy!
Safety – Enjoyment – Success. Thats our goal!
Items you should bring: First and foremost, plenty of shells! A backup gun is a good idea. It won’t be
any fun if you have a problem with your gun, specially if you’ve driven hours to get here. Our guides
generally have theirs with them, just in case. A hunter orange hat is required for everyone and an
orange vest is recommended. Your guide will likely have extras that you can borrow. A good pair of
waterproof boots and a change of socks are a good idea. The terrain is hilly and could be wet or
muddy. Brush pants and brush jacket if you have them, or a good pair of jeans. The cover can be
thick and there are some thorns. (There are paths cut through the cover for those that aren’t able to
or wish not to hike through the cover.) A water bottle (or two) and a snack. We’ll take a break on the
top of the hill for a short rest, and to enjoy the view. Don’t forget your camera! You’ll want to capture
the day (and the views) for future enjoyment, and to brag to your friends and hunting buddies!
A cooler is a good idea if you have a long drive. Specially if you plan to bring home a whole bird for
Click here to see images from hunts.
If you’d like to book a hunt, or inquire about one, use the contact page and enter the details of your request in the “message” box. You will be contacted (via your
preferred method) usually within 24 hours. Or (if you wish) you may call or email me
directly (phone and email on Contact page).
Example hunt: 1/2 day, 12 pheasant, guided hunt. $375 (gratuity not included)