Effective immediately, Solano County has issued a Shelter in Place Order, which will remain in effect until 11:59pm on April 7, 2020, in a effort to help mitigate the spread of the novel corona virus.  You can read the full text of the order here.

Due to this order, effective immediately and until further notice, Hastings Island Hunting Preserve is closed to all regular activity.

Thank you to everyone who came out to the Club to fill out their birdcards.  We have cleaned and distributed over 1,600 pheasants in the last three days.  WE ARE NOW OUT OF BIRDS.  The Club is closed to all activities, until further notice.  Please do not visit the Island, as you will not be able to access the Clubhouse or fields for any reason.

Know that we greatly regret having to close the Club, but we feel that under the circumstances these are the best and most prudent steps to follow to ensure the health of our members and employees.  We know that the County gave great consideration in issuing this order.

Mostly, we wish all of our members and their families the best of health, during this unprecedented time in our Country. Please take care of yourself, your family and your friends and neighbors.

We will update this website as the situation evolves.



Pheasant-Front2Established for the 1968-1969 hunting season, Hastings Island Hunting Preserve is a state licensed, Zone B, pheasant club located 70 miles east of San Francisco and 35 miles southwest of Sacramento. Nestled in California’s Sacramento / San Joaquin Delta on Hastings Island, this private ranch contains an expansive 4,700 acres, with over 800 acres dedicated solely to prime upland bird cover. The balance of this family farming operation is occupied by Hastings Island Land Company, which provides a rich habitat of Delta irrigated alfalfa, corn, wheat and safflower.

Hastings Island is surrounded by river on all sides, providing you with a variety of hunting, fishing and outdoor recreational opportunities.  There are activities to keep you and your family busy throughout the year. We have dog training, fishing, trapshooting, camping and picnicking available to our members and their families. During the spring and summer, several local dog clubs host field events.

Pheasant-Side2Our personable, seasoned staff is dedicated to insuring your success as well as your safety. We offer Hunter Safety Courses, as well as orientation classes to familiarize new members with the Club, our employees and our rules and regulations. We encourage family participation by offering safety classes and activities that support our junior hunters. Please feel free to call for an appointment to meet us and tour our operation.