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Like most farms in the delta, Spinner Island has a wide variety of animals and plants. Depending on the time of year, you might find ripe asparagus or artichokes in full bloom. Our fields are planted with Milo, Piper Sudan, and Water Grass so the ponds are surrounded by lush greenery with plenty of feed for waterfowl. The island's ponds are flooded in winter months for duck habitat. In summer the fields are drained and crops replanted. Currently a program to plant willows is underway to add shelter and habitat to the island. Typical regular animal sightings include river otters, beavers, raccoons, owls, hawks, rabbits and a rare coyote. The ponds often contain Striped Bass and Largemouth Bass that will bite a fly or lure when properly enticed.

The club features 200 feet of aluminum deep-water docks, a 3,000 square foot home built in the late 50's, and two 20 foot storage conatiners. The home is fully furnished and equipped with power and water, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a billiards room, and large family / card room on the second level overlooking the marsh. The property has undergone a massive restoration over the last year including new water system, roof, windows electrical, patio, decks, fireplace and bbq, new flood gates, new fishing pond, earthwork, and road graveling.  In addition, the club owns all its equipment including a bulldozer, a tractor, assorted farm implements, and a jeep.