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Posted on June 20, 2017 at 8:19 AM by Casey Weismantel
Book your 2017 Hunt while prime openings remain:
Our Pheasant and Sharp-Tail Grouse Seasons start October 21st in South Dakota-October 7th in North Dakota-October 7th on the Cheyenne Indian Reservation.
Exciting News: I am acquiring even more new Leases for 2017 with top quality habitat in both Western and Eastern South Dakota as well as North Dakota. I will have now have additional availability for both for Fully Guided and Self-Guided Hunts in both States, with Waterfowl Hunting Packages available.
I invite you to come experience the finest Pheasant Hunting you could ever imagine. You will have exclusive access to over 150,000 Acres of prime Pheasant hunting land in both Dakotas, thus we can assure 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 is meant to be. Rest assured you will not be turned loose on a small patch with tame, pen raised birds. This is not a Preserve Shoot, but rather a true Fair Chase Pheasant Hunt. An experience the real upland bird enthusiast will appreciate.
Please note that we will be offering a few very exclusive
Trophy Whitetail Archery Hunts in South Dakota.
Dakota Pheasant Guide offers the following:
Thanks for your interest and I look forward to helping you with your hunting plans.
Tag(s): South Dakota, Self Guided Hunting, Pheasant Hunting, HuntFishSD, Dakota Pheasant Guide
Posted on May 30, 2017 at 3:44 PM by Casey Weismantel
Tag(s): South Dakota, Royal Flush Hunting Lodge, Ringneck Rally, Pheasant Hunting, HuntFishSD.com
Posted on May 26, 2017 at 10:27 AM by Casey Weismantel
GFP News: South Dakota Lakes are Open for Fishing and Making Memories
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE :: Thursday, May 25, 2017
GFP Contact :: Emily Kiel at Emily.Kiel@state.sd.us
Tourism Contact :: Katlyn Richter at Katlyn.Richter@travelsouthdakota.com
South Dakota Lakes are Open for Fishing and Making Memories
PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota departments of Tourism and Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) say South Dakota’s lakes and rivers are open for business and anglers are encouraged to come out and fish.
“Over 150 meandered lakes are open to provide fishing and access opportunity; most of which are on the eastern side of the state. Even though access has been restricted on 25 non-meandered lakes, there is still plenty of room and plenty of fishing to be had this summer on the quality fisheries that exist in our state,” said Kelly Hepler, Secretary of GFP.
“South Dakota is open for business with anglers,” said Jim Hagen, Secretary of the Department of Tourism. “What hasn’t changed in South Dakota is the opportunity to get on the water to enjoy great fishing, the great outdoors and to experience even better hospitality.”
“There has been much talk about the non-meandered waters in northeastern South Dakota,” said Hepler. “While it is important to have state leaders, landowners, sportsmen and women, tourism and business groups working together to resolve this issue, it is also important to remember that there are many lakes in South Dakota accessible for fishing, boating and other recreational activities.”
In March, the South Dakota Supreme Court ruled that the State Legislature must determine whether and how the public may use non-meandered waters for recreational purposes. State leaders are encouraging anglers and boaters to stay informed as the legislative task force works toward a solution.
“Do your part to know what is happening with this issue, but don’t let this issue stop you from enjoying the great outdoor resources South Dakota has to offer. Fishing and boating add to our quality of life and it is important to spend time with family and friends outdoors,” said Hepler.
Hagen agreed, “Outdoor recreation is important to this state. Fishing alone accounts for $271 million spent across the state, but it is more than just dollars. I am from northeastern South Dakota and I know what fishing means to the businesses in the area. We have to make great summer time memories for families and anglers alike.”
For more information on the South Dakota Supreme Court ruling regarding recreational use of water over private property, visit http://gfp.sd.gov/fishing-boating/courtruling.aspx. Here you can also find a list of the 25 non-meandered lakes where access is currently restricted on department-managed boat ramps.
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