Prime Pheasant Country in SD & ND
With Dakota Pheasant Guide you will be taking your part of a true fair chase hunt to harvest only 100% Wild Pheasants. Our hunts are conducted just the way we learned from our fathers as we grew up hunting here in the heart of Pheasant Country. Meaning, no riding to the field in buses and then lined up to “shoot” pen raised birds over pretentious dogs, or any of the other quite frankly, silly fanfare involved with most commercial hunting operations. Our dogs-pointing and flushing-are trained in very fields we hunt. They work hard for a living…just like we do.
The hunting land for 2016 looks especially promising as there is great cover and large broods of new birds in each area. The land looks so encouraging that after a mild Winter, we should see the best season in recent history. We’ve also added new land in both South Dakota and North Dakota for the 2016 season. Take a look at one of our recent blog posts to learn why this area of the country is one of the best places for pheasant hunting.
Dennis has access to enough incredible pheasant habitat to ensure there are plenty of pheasants and they aren’t over pressured. In true South Dakota style, he runs a large number of dogs-both pointing and flushing-that work together as a team to put the birds up and quickly bring them to hand. You have to participate in one of these hunts in order to truly appreciate the experience.
– Larry Rencken, Vice President of Sales for Raymarine
South Dakota Pheasant Hunting Land
We have access to seven prime pheasant areas in northeastern South Dakota. Our newest property is in western South Dakota near the town of Timber Lake. Not only is the land ideal for pheasant habitat but it falls under Tribal Season dates starting on October 1st, two weeks prior to South Dakota’s standard season. This property is geared towards our self-guided hunters and ideal for those traveling from the west. (Please note, a Tribal License will be needed.)
North Dakota Pheasant Hunting Land
Our North Dakota properties are perfectly suited for self-guided Pheasant hunts with thousands of un-pressured acres of habitat to roam over. You will also have the opportunity for earlier season and earlier day hunts as the North Dakota season opens October 8th and shooting hours begin one half hour before sunrise. These locations also have the added bonus of Sharp-Tail Grouse and Waterfowl hunting opportunities. For those seeking a Wing Shooters Trifecta, it just doesn’t get any better than this.
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