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Aug 05

Pheasant numbers are looking good with Dakota Pheasant Guide

Posted to HuntFishSD Newsletter on August 5, 2019 at 11:09 AM by Casey Weismantel



Pheasant numbers are looking good!

Book now while prime openings remain.

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Exciting News:
I have acquired another 50,000 acres of New Leases for the 2019 season.  All of it consisting of top-quality habitat.  Thus, allowing for additional availability for both for Fully Guided and Self-Guided Hunts.


I invite you to come experience the finest Pheasant Hunting you could ever imagine.  We have exclusive access to over 200,000 Acres of prime Pheasant hunting land.  Therefore, assuring you a top-notch hunt over diverse habitat. With this much property, it is literally impossible to “overhunt” any of it.

This lets us show our clients a good old-fashioned Pheasant Hunt in the wide-open spaces...the way it was meant to be. Rest assured you will not be herded onto a silly looking bus and turned loose on small patches with tame, pen raised birds. This is not a Preserve Shoot.  Far from it.  We provide our guests only a true Fair Chase Pheasant Hunt. 

An experience the real upland bird enthusiast can readily appreciate.  You will hunt just the way we learned to from our fathers.  Having lived our entire lives where it all started here in Spink County in 1919 with the first sanctioned season for Ring-necked Roosters.

This year, we are even offering Mourning Dove hunts on nearly all our acres.  Providing a great opportunity to tune up your skills for the big colorful birds that come later.

Dakota Pheasant Guide offers the following:

  • Over 200,000 Acres of Wild South Dakota Pheasants
  • 4 Distinct Pheasant Hunting Packages to Choose From
  • Do it Yourself Hunts or Let Us Guide You
  • Well-seasoned Guides and Dogs
  • Limited Exclusive Trophy Whitetail Hunts

Thanks for your interest and I look forward to helping you with your hunting plans.

Please visit www.dakotapheasantguide.com or call Dennis at 605-887-7069 for specifics. 

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Mar 12

HuntFishSD 100 Year Tradition Gun Giveaway

Posted to HuntFishSD Newsletter on March 12, 2019 at 11:10 AM by Casey Weismantel


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HuntFishSD.com and South Dakota are celebrating 100 years of pheasant hunting tradition. Come experience the next 100 years of pheasant hunting in Aberdeen, South Dakota!

HuntFishSD is celebrating this tradition by giving away a Winchester SX4 Shotgun. Take a shot at winning!
Register to Win

If you would like to participate in this years hunt you can request a complimentary hunting packet be mailed to you.
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Nov 30

Late Season Hunting Means Lots of Pheasants!

Posted to HuntFishSD Newsletter on November 30, 2018 at 12:10 PM by Casey Weismantel


Dakota Pheasant Guide

Desire the best pheasant hunting in the world?

South Dakota is and will always be the pheasant hunters’ paradise.

Self-Guided Hunts available, with or without lodging.

Due to the sheer amount of land we manage exclusively for our guests-over 150,000 acres and continually growing. I can assure you that our hunting grounds have plenty of birds for you to pursue.

Check out what we have to offer and then call to make your dream upland bird hunt become a reality.  

We have a few opportunities for Late Season Pheasants on a couple ofFoster Late Season Hunting 2 our properties for those who wish to bag a limit of fully feathered Mature Roosters.  We have zero snow cover at this point and the extended forecast looks for above normal temps with no call for snow. 

Of particular interest is a 12,000 acre Farm/Ranch in Central South Dakota near the community of Highmore.  Row crops are finally harvested in the area and we have tons of untouched birds in classic winter cover.  We are seeing them group up in numbers in heavy tree claims and adjacent grass and slough cover.  If you are a fan of flushing large coveys of birds in smaller manageable areas, this would be the hunt for you. 
 
Dennis Foster of Dakota Pheasant Guide Service
Foster Late Season Hunting

Contact:

Dennis Foster
Dennis@nvc.net
www.DakotaPheasantGuide.com
605-887-3451
605-887-7069 (cell)



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