South Dakota Turkey Hunting Guides & Outfitters

9170 Highway 31
McIntosh, SD 57641
Located in southwestern North Dakota along the South Dakota border, this 8300 acre ranch with 2 major rivers and several creeks is where you will want to have your hunting adventure. Never before opened up for outside hunting, this area includes rivers, valleys, buttes and deep canyons. It is prime habitat for deer (both whitetail and mule deer), coyotes, prairie dogs, sharptail grouse, pheasants, mourning doves, and turkeys. An experience you won't forget.

Britton, SD
Couteau des Prairie Outfitters provides full service guide and outfitting at 14 locations across the state of South Dakota and just under 700,000 acres of private land for our guests' use. Coteau des Prairie Outfitters offers 4 types of hunting and fishing packages: Self-Guided, Semi-Guided , Fully-Guided and Exclusive along with combination hunting packages and multi day packages ranging from 3 to 21 days to meet our guest's needs. Group rate discounts offered.
22025 Trask Rd
Wall, SD 57790
Cow Creek Ranch is a working cattle ranch, with over 150 years of horse and cattle experience. We offer a wide range of ranch activities for our guests including guided hunts for deer, pheasant, turkey and prairie dog.
1929 Hillsview Drive
Rapid City, SD 57702
The DD Ranch offers a 4-night 5-day semi-guided hunting package for trophy Mule Deer and Whitetails. This package includes all meals, lodging, transportation to and from your hunting area, and popular beer and soda beverages at the end of the day.The DD Ranch does offer guided and unguided hunts however most hunts are semi-guided. Guides will run 1-4 hunters on a semi-guided hunt. Only fully guided hunts are one on one. Hunters are transported by our trucks to the hunting area unless other
1901 Flag Mt. Dr.
Pierre, SD 57501
Deep Creek Elk Ranch has been privately owned and operated by the Neuhauser family since 1909. Located in western South Dakota, the ranch consists of about 11,000 acres of huntable land. We specialize in elk hunting, but also offer hunts for mule deer, grouse and turkey.
201 W. 8th St
Presho, SD 57568
Garnos Ranch, located on the banks of Medicine Creek near Presho, South Dakota, has over 15,000 acres of the finest hunting land in North America. We offer guided hunts in a variety of species including deer, turkey, pheasant and waterfowl. Our experienced guides will assist you in a hunt of a lifetime. Lodging and meals are available.
HC74, 256
Forestburg, SD 57314
Pearson's Hunting Adventures, Inc. Is located just 15 minutes SE of Huron, this 2,000 acre public preserve offers clay shooting as well as Field, Driven, and Blinds shoots for Dove, Quail, Pheasant, Huns, Turkey, Sharp Tail Grouse, Ducks, and

Wessington, SD
709 S. Walnut
Freeman, SD 57029
Sportsman Acres is located 70 miles southwest of Sioux Falls, SD in the heart of pheasant territory and with over 8,500 acres, of prime hunting habitat, managed to give you and your hunting party a pheasant hunt that is second to none. Sportsman's Acres specializes in Wild Pheasant Hunts but we also offer Dove, Archery Deer, Waterfowl, or combination hunts to fit your needs.
709 South Walnut
Freeman, SD 57209
Pheasant hunts done the old fashion way; dogs and walkers are used along with blockers at the end of the field. Combination hunts are available, including waterfowl, pheasant, archery deer and archery turkey. Spring goose hunts are also available.
20239 321st Ave.
Harrold, SD 57536
Tumbleweed Lodge is only a half hour east of Pierre, this large 10,000 acre preserve offers field and driven shoots for Dove, Pheasant, Turkey, Prairie Chicken, Sharp Tail Grouse, Ducks, and Geese. Packages start at $1395 for a 2 day hunt. The
12297 Vallery Road
Nisland, SD 57762
We invite you to Vallery's High Plains Game Ranch for a hunting experience that won't be forgotten. We specialize in big game hunts for pronghorn sheep and whitetail deer, along with game bird like pheasant, Partridge and Grouse.
* All listing information was obtained from publicly available resources including the internet. We here at Foremost Hunting do not hold claim that the information above is of our own. In most cases the information was derived from the listings own website.
South Dakota Turkey Hunting News Minimize
Grant Backpacks Offered to Increase Outdoor Activities
PIERRE, S.D. - A new grant program from the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department seeks to help child-care providers increase the amount of time children spend outdoors.
Get the Facts About AR-15-style Rifles-- Today's Modern Sporting Rifles; They're NOT 'Assault Rifles'
NEWTOWN, Conn.—Whether you're a hunter, target shooter, own a firearm for self protection or don't own a firearm at all, the National Shooting Sports Foundation asks you to be informed about AR-15-style rifles.
South Dakota Hunting Atlas Updates
PIERRE, S.D. – People who have received the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department’s Public Lands Hunting Atlas may want to check the GFP Web site for additional hunting-access opportunities.
Hunters can help the hungry
RAPID CITY, S.D. – Hunters who need to clear freezer room for this year’s deer, elk, and other wild game can help needy South Dakotans by donating game meat to the South Dakota Sportsmen against Hunger program.
Teaming With Wildlife Act Has South Dakota In Mind
PIERRE, S.D.- Due its supportive congressional representation and the collaborative effort of Sen. Tim Johnson and Sen. John Thune makes South Dakota a recipient of $3.4 million each year for five years because of The Teaming with Wildlife Act. The fund will be used carry out South Dakota’s Wildlife.
Attend a HuntSAFE Class in Your Area
Good news for hunting enthusiasts living across South Dakota as HuntSAFE class is being offered. If you are 12 years onwards then you qualify in the said HuntSAFE class. After completion successful graduates will receive a hunter education card which they can use in any South Dakota open hunting season. For information on area HuntSAFE classes, visit the GFP Web site at www.sdgfp.info/Wildlife/hunting/Safety/HuntSAFEIndex.htm

SDFG offers free booklet on bird identification
The Game, Fish and Parks Department has produced the backyard bird booklet to give readers tips on how to identify and attract birds. A bird checklist will help you document your growing bird list.
SD GAME FISH AND PARKS NEWS 3-6-09
PIERRE, S.D. – Chad Tussing, Education Services Coordinator for the S.D. Game, Fish and Parks Department, has been honored by the South Dakota Science Teachers Association with the 2009 Friend of Science Award.


SDSTA presents the award each year to an individual for their support of South Dakota students and the work done by the association. “We are proud to work with such a generous educator,” Mark Farrand, executive board member for SDSTA said. “Chad gives of his time, energy and ideas selflessly for the betterment of learners of all ages across South Dakota.”
SoDak's Pheasant Country of Mitchell Becomes a Pheasants Forever Chapter
Mitchell, SD - February 25, 2009 - Pheasants Forever (PF) is proud to announce that the 700-member strong organization Pheasant Country, LTD of Mitchell , South Dakota , has converted to a PF chapter and is now known as the Pheasant Country Chapter of PF. The chapter will continue its tradition of holding its annual banquet on the eve of the South Dakota pheasant opener at the World's Only Corn Palace in Mitchell.

PF is the only national conservation organization that empowers local chapters with the responsibility to determine how 100 percent of their locally-raised conservation funds are spent. This local control allows chapters to see the fruits of their chapter efforts in their own communities.
Canada Goose Season to Close, Light Goose Season Opens
PIERRE, S.D.- Friday marks the close of South Dakota’s Canada goose season along the Missouri River. However, goose hunters won’t have to wait long for another goose season as Saturday opens the light goose conservation order. The conservation order is an attempt to reduce the population of mid-continent light geese causing extensive damage to their arctic nesting grounds. In the most recent 4-year period, hunters in South Dakota bagged an estimated 105,000 light geese annually during the spring conservation order.
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Turkey Hunting Quotes

What's the most common mistake new turkey hunters make when calling birds?- "Calling to long, if the turkey answers you he knows your there. Stop answering. He'll think the hen got away and come looking for you"
- Frank Berry Virginia Hunting Guide