Annual GF&P brood count complete By Katie Zerr Published: Wednesday, September 1st, 2010 Hunters in the Mobridge area will notice more pheasants this fall as the 2010 South Dakota Department of Game Fish and Parks Brood Count survey shows a 27 percent increase in birds over the 2009 survey. For more of he article click [...]
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September 9, 2010
October 21, 2009
Hunters from around the globe enjoy world-class hunting experiences in South Dakota. Oct. 15, 2009 PIERRE, S.D. – Pheasants have thrived in South Dakota for more than a century, and with this year’s traditional season opener just around the corner the state is preparing to greet outdoorsmen and women from around the globe for world-class [...]
November 12, 2008
You don’t have to travel far in North Central South Dakota to see the impact on pheasants by the way of the winter season’s first snow. With most of the soybeans, sunflowers, and a portion of the corn crop harvested, the pheasant population near Mobridge are becoming increasingly exposed. In the past four days there has been [...]
October 17, 2008
PIERRE – Abundant pheasant numbers are expected when the regular pheasant hunting season opens Saturday in South Dakota. The daily possession limit is three cock pheasants, with an overall possession limit of 15 pheasants, taken according to the daily limit. Fifteen birds may not be possessed until after the fifth day of hunting. Shooting hours [...]
September 4, 2008
Results of the 2008 South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks show the Mobridge area seeing the largest percentage of increase in the number of ringneck pheasants per mile than any other part of the state. For more of the story and information go to the Mobridge Tribune.