Location: The Mallard Pacific is located inside the Sutter Bypass approximately 1/2 miles South of the 113 Bridge. This ranch is nestled in between some of the greatest duck hunting ranches in Northern California.
Description: The Mallard Pacific is 304.57 assessed acres of restored natural waterfowl habitat. The club is located in the heart of the Pacific Flyway in one of the finest duck hunting and rice growing areas of Northern California.
The wetland restoration was designed by Ducks Unlimited. Visiting this property will prove that the planning, development, and location of thus unique property have all come together in creating a true waterfowlers paradise.
Easements: US Fish & Wildlife Easement
Water: Water license from Sutter Bypass, Member of Sutter Bypass Water Users Association, using a 25 hp lift pump. In addition, there is a deep well that produces approximately 3000 gallons per minute. The march is set up into 4 quadrants that allows for management of water depths in each quadrant.
Blinds: There are (9) 3 man stand blinds with boat hides, strategically placed throughout the marsh. All blinds are accessible by boat.
Upland: The perimeter of the marsh is lined with oak and cottonwood groves that contain scattered ponds and is bounded by Butte Slough. These woodlands are home to blacktail deer, turkeys and wood ducks to name a few of the inhabitants. The wildlife is abundant.