Pricing


Fishing Membership Pricing

Members pay an Initial Membership fee to join. This fee includes the Club newsletter, a website password, and additional Club privileges.

In addition to the membership fee each member or member guest pays a daily access fee to each property. Daily access fees are determined by location, beauty, site amenities, and the quality of fishing. Daily fishing fees range from $60.00 to $200.00 per person for a full day of fishing and $45.00 to $130.00 for a 1/2 day of fishing. A half day of fishing is dawn to noon or noon to dusk.  Guests pay an additional $15.00 above the daily fishing fees, per outing. A member may bring the same guest up to 3 times in a calendar year. After 3 Club trips, each guest must purchase a membership to continue fishing PWF waters.

**Membership is automatically renewed every twelve months**



Fishing Membership Dues

Membership DuesInitiation Fee*Annual Dues First Year Total
Individual (Includes all dependent children 21 & under)$300$335$635
Family (Includes spouse and all dependent children 21 & under)$300$435$735
Over 62/ Active Military, Fire, Police$300$295$595
Business or Group$550$335***
***Total cost of membership depends on number of individuals in business/group. Each individual listed on the business/group will pay the annual fee, but the initiation fee is split between the total number of members joining. For Example, a group of 4 people would split the $550 application fee, making their application fee $137.50 each instead of an individual membership initiation fee which is $300. Each member still pays the $335 annual fee.

*Initiation Fee is a one time fee as long as you do not let your membership lapse. If you renew within the first 24 months you pay a $99 application fee again. After 24 months you will be considered a new member and subject to the entire application fee, again. Keeping your membership in good standing by paying your annual dues each year is the way to avoid paying initiation fee more than once.

Fishing guests pay the same day rate as a member plus a $15.00 guest fee regardless of type of membership.

Combination: Duck and Fish Membership Dues

Membership DuesInitiation Fee*Annual Fee First Year Total
Individual$300$1685$1985
Business or Group$550$1685***
***Total cost of membership depends on number of individuals in business/group. Each individual listed on the business/group will pay the annual fee, but the initiation fee is split between the total number of members joining. For Example, a group of 4 people would split the $450 application fee, making their application fee $137.50 each instead of an individual membership initiation fee which is $300. Each member still pays the $1685 annual fee.

*Initiation Fee is a one time fee as long as you do not let your membership lapse. If you renew within the first 24 months you pay a $99 application fee again. After 24 months you will be considered a new member and subject to the entire application fee, again. Keeping your membership in good standing by paying your annual dues each year is the way to avoid paying initiation fee more than once.


Fishing guests pay the same day rate as a member plus a $15.00 guest fee regardless of type of membership.

Each guest for duck hunting pays a day rate of $25.00

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