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North Dakota Pheasant Hunting

Our North Dakota pheasant hunts are something every wingshooter should experience at some time in his or her life. The wide open spaces of the prairie brings you back to a more simpler time and place. A place where the rolling grasses are teaming with wild game and that hasn’t been spoiled by man. Since we can offer over 10,000 acres of quality hunting land, you’ll be able to experience all aspects of upland hunting.

pheasant hunts in North Dakota

Most days you’ll witness hundreds, if not thousands of flushing pheasants, partridge, grouse, as well big game. We want you to experience some world-class North Dakota pheasant hunting as only we can offer. We welcome you to our farm this next fall.

We have over 10,000 acres of CRP, creek bottom land, cat tail sloughs, milo, millet, and corn food plots.  This gives you numerous options to witness flushing pheasants, and in many different situations.  You have to see it to believe it, it’s quite common to have flushes in the thousands!  This is ND pheasant hunting as you should come to expect it.

Licensing
All pheasant hunters will require to be licensed.  You can purchase your license on line and get more information at: http://gf.nd.gov/ Persons born after 1961 must complete a certified hunter education course and show proof of certification when buying or applying for hunting licenses (official courses offered by other states and Canadian provinces meet these requirements).

Safety
As with any sport, hunting has it’s own risks.  These risks can be minimized by following some simple safety rules.  By following these rules, you can be assured a safe, exciting, and fun-filled hunt.

BLAZE ORANGE is required to be worn at all times while pheasant hunting.
NO ALCOHOL allowed DURING the pheasant hunts.
SHOOTING GLASSES are highly recommended.

Ammunition and Supplies
We recommend the following gauge and shot size to minimize the number of wounded birds:

  • 12 gauge 1 1/4 oz. to 1 1/2 oz. (4,5) shot
  • 20 gauge 3″ magnums (4,5) shot

Not included in the hunting packages:

  • License
  • Shells
  • Liquor
  • Hunting gear
  • Bird cleaning and vacuum packaging (available @ $7.00 per bird)
  • Meals

ND Pheasant Hunting Supplies Available On Site
We have the following supplies on hand for purchase:

  • Shooting glasses (highly recommended)
  • Shells
  • Hunter orange clothing and hats
  • Clay pigeons

Booking

  • A 50% non-refundable deposit (per hunter) is required at the time of booking.
  • Cash or check accepted.
  • 4% service charge on credit card transactions.
  • December and January hunts; $50 discount per day on package hunts.
  • Guided hunts include dog.
  • You may clean your own birds, or bird cleaning and vacuum packaging available @ $7.00 per bird

Refund Policy:

*Due to the nature of our business if you cancel your hunt, or one or more of your guests drops out, those deposit(s) are non-refundable. We do not apply “next season” credits, or issue any refunds, for any reason. *Deposits of no-shows will not be refunded or applied towards another person in the groups hunt. *If you have booked specific days and decide not to hunt those days because of weather etc. you will still be charged for those days as we cannot predict the weather when you book your hunt.

Pricing – plus 5% sales tax (Lodging ONLY).
Guided Pheasant Hunting Day Hunts

  • 1-2 People – $350
  • 3-4 People – $310
  • 5-7 People – $270
  • 8 or more  - $240
Un-Guided Pheasant Hunting Day Hunts (Per Day)

  • 1-4 People – $240
  • 5-7 People – $220
  • 8 or more – $200

We have the following options for lodging during your pheasant hunts:

Electric Camper Hookups – $15 per night

Barn Lodge (per night/person – 6-person minimum)

  • 6-7 People – $90
  • 8 or more  - $80
House Lodging (per night/person)

  • 1-3 People – $90
  • 4-5 People – $80
  • 6 or more – $70
 BunkHouse Lodging (per night/person)

  • 1-2 People – $70

Please Note: There is 5% sales tax on lodging.

September 2014 Seasons

1: Mourning dove season opens(tentative)
13: Sharptailed-grouse, Hungarian partridge, ruffed grouse, and tree squirrel seasons open (tentative)

October 2014

11: Ring-necked pheasant, fall turkey