About half way up the lake, there is a barb wire fence that runs out into the middle of the lake from the West shore.
Clarksville - Alysha Ranch
This 30-acre soil conversation lake was built in the 1950's. This lake may hold the most birds of any lake in the club. The northern 50% of the lake is 2 to 5 feet of water and full of vegetation. Alysha Ranch Lake tends to hold mostly Mallards and Gadwall, with a sprinkling of other puddle ducks. Divers are not common at this property. Birds prefer the shallow North end of the lake, and the SE cove.
There is a duck blind on the East side of the lake, on the edge of the SE cove. You will need to use the provided jon boat to access the blind. No trolling motor, batteries, or paddles are provided, so please be sure to bring your own. You may also use the jon boat to set decoys or retrieve birds if you wish. Please return it back under the big tree by the dock when you are done.
No sense in getting up at 3:00 AM. Bring another member to split the lodging fee, sit by the campfire and sleep in until 5:00 or 6:00.
Lodging is $110 per night for the first two people. $15 for each additional person.
Lodging check-in & check-out times are as follows,
Check-in: 3:00 P.M. & Check-out 12:00 P.M. (Noon)
This one bedroom cabin reminds me of Sash Fannin Farms or Canton China Grove's Lodging. The cabin is rustic chic and was completed in 2011 and has a bedroom downstairs with a queen bed and a loft upstairs with a full bed and a twin bed (stairs are steep, use the like you would use a ladder). The living area has a large HD TV with satellite and a pullout couch. There is a full kitchen with utensils and cookware. You will need your own linens or sleeping bags. You may have small fires inside the fire ring outside. There is a charcoal grill.
When you leave, please take all trash accumulated during your stay with you.
**Please remember to leave the cabin cleaner than you found it and take the trash with you**
In order to honor the lodging rate, your reservation must include someone fishing.
Got two Gadwall and 2 GWT this morning hunting the West Bank on the north end of the lake. Had a lot of birds landing on the east bank all morning about halfway up the lake
- Stephen Becka on Dec 16 ,2018
Two friends and I escaped Friday afternoon for a trip to Clarksville and enjoyed the peaceful lake and cabin. It's a great set up with the cabin not far off of the lake. We hunted the southeast cove Saturday and… - Scott Cortez on Nov 13 ,2018
A friend and I arrived on a Friday afternoon and hunted Saturday and Sunday mornings. The cabin is a perfect set up just off of the lake. We hunted mainly from the blind near the SE Cove and a little… - Scott Cortez on Jan 13 ,2018
One of our fisherman was fishing Alysha this week (2 weeks before duck season) and reported 30 ducks on the lake. Good news!
http://Alysha Ranch 10/30/17 Fished Monday afternoon from 1pm to 6pm. Caught 14 bass with the largest two… - Steve Alexander on Nov 01 ,2017