What to Bring

  • Hunting clothing that is blaze orange or another suitable orange vest
  • Several layers of clothing; fall weather conditions vary
  • Shooting gloves and eye protection
  • Hunting boots that are broken in – the field is not the place to do it.
  • All appropriate supplies for your dogs that will be joining the hunt.
  • Camera and/or video equipment to help capture the memories!

 Airport Options

There are three South Dakota airports within a three hour drive of our hunting land. If you need transportation to and from the airport we’ll be happy to assist.

Chartered Flights

For those who will be chartering a flight, three charter companies are available at the Aberdeen Regional Airport.

Finding Your Lodge

Some of our lodges can be a bit tricky to locate, especially those that are fairly rural. We suggest you use our Google map and directions to ensure you’re arriving exactly where you should.

Licensing Information

South Dakota Pheasant License
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  • Season runs from October 20, 2018 to January 6, 2019
  • Shooting hours: noon (Central Time) to sunset for the first seven days (October 20-27) and then 10 a.m.
  • $121 for one ten day or two five day licenses
  • 3 roosters per day and 15 possession Limit

North Dakota Pheasant License
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  • Season runs from October 6, 2018 to TBA
  • Shooting hours: 30 minutes before sunrise till sunset
  • $150 for one 14 day or two 7 day licenses
  • 3 roosters per day and 12 possession Limit

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Pheasant License
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  • Tentatively from October 6, 2018 to December 2, 2019
  • Shooting hours: sunrise till sunset
  • $45 for licenses
  • 3 roosters per day and 12 possession limit

Additional Suggestions

Please try and condition yourself and your dogs-if you bring them.  It will make the entire experience much more enjoyable.  If you have a physical ailment or handicap-please let us know in advance-we can easily accommodate your special needs.

Twelve Gauge guns are strongly recommended as our birds are 100% Wild.  Meaning they are wily, fast, and tough-particularly later in the season.  The lighter gauges can and do work, provided you have experience handling them. Beginners are best to start out bigger.

We do not require plugs to shoot pheasants in SD. Please have them removed prior to arrival and be ready to rack off some rounds at our roosters!

It is recommended that you obtain your South Dakota or North Dakota hunting license before your arrival.  You can do this by visiting the South Dakota Game Fish and Parks website or the North Dakota Game Fish and Parks website.