Nilo farms is known throughout the sport as one of the nation’s premier wingshooting destinations so when we were asked to join a hunt by the fine folks over at the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation we jumped at the opportunity. On day one we brushed up on our shooing with an entire day of clay shooting. Day two was all about hunting. Starting off with a morning pheasant hunt, following with a duck hunt, and rounding out the day with a chukar hunt we had the opportunity to take aim at some fast and high flying birds all in one action packed visit. Nilo Farms' reputation was upheld with an amazing day of hunting.
About CSF: “I’ve been an advocate for the sportsmen’s community for over 20 years and believe in CSF’s mission of protecting and advancing hunting, fishing, recreational shooting and trapping which is why I joined the organization almost 15 years ago. Before joining CSF, I spent eight years living in Africa where I gained a much greater appreciation for big game and conservation; so much so, that I went on to obtain my professional hunter’s license and became a big game hunting guide while living abroad.
CSF has been around for more than 25 years and has seen tremendous success and growth. When I first started, we were a team of five and now we have a full-time staff of 20 who are mostly headquartered in our DC office. Because our need to reach state representatives spans beyond the DC area, employees of our state program team are spread out across the United States helping to ensure we have representation in each of the major regions. We all share the same passion for the outdoors and conservation and work together to make sure America’s sportsmen and women are able to continue to enjoy our rich sporting heritage.” Jeff Crane President CSF