2015 UFTA Nationals Host

Northeast Alabama Hunting Preserve has been selected to hold the 2015 UFTA National Finals February 14th to 21st. The Preserve offers the finest bird hunting south of the Mason Dixon line at the lowest rates possible. The local area contains some of the finest fishing, golfing and sporting clays opportunities with in only a short drive. The Preserve is located in Section Alabama approximately 45 minutes southeast of Huntsville, 1 hour from Chattanooga and 15 miles northwest of interstate 59. It is owned and operated by Jeff Ferguson. Located on 4200 acres of prime upland hunting land it is open October 1 through March 31 for duck, quail and dove hunting during regular season. Jeff is excited about holding the nationals and looking forward to meeting everyone. Prior to the start of the Nationals his website has guidelines and details for general information. For directions and other information you can check out their website at: Northeast Alabama Hunting Preserve

Mike McClendon has contacted some of the local hotels and lodging establishments and was able to get group rates. They are as follows::
Super 8 in Rainsville is 10 minute drive, UFTA Rate of $70.00 per night - Phone Number: 256-638-1640
Cabins: Fisherman’s Landing –30 minute drive, UFTA discount of 10% - Phone Number: 256-582-9644
Other local lodging:
Bear Creek Log Cabins in Fort Payne 25 minute drive has fields available for practice also.
Phone: 256-966-5313
RV Park: Bucks Pocket - 15 minute drive - Phone Number: 256-659-2000
Days Inn (Fort Payne)15 minute drive - Phone Number: 256-841-2085
Holiday Inn (Fort Payne)15 minute drive - Phone Number 256-304-2600
Quality Inn (Scottsboro)20 minute drive Phone Number: 256-574-6666

Additionally, 13 miles west of Section, Alabama is Scottsboro, Alabama. There are numerous hotels at the intersection of HWY 35 and HWY 279 including:
Comfort Inns and Suites
Country Hearth Inn
Hampton Inn.

Also, there is a Walmart and a Kmart at this location and several fast food restaurants as well as a Ruby Tuesdays.

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