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Pheasant Hunting Opportunties exist throughout North Dakota however, some of the best pheasant hunting is found in the SW part of North Dakota. Sharptail grouse hunting is common in the central, west central part of the state. ND has a lot of open land and plenty of opportunities for the hunter who is willing to work. Ruffed grouse hunting is normally only found in the extreme northern part of North Dakota. The Lewis and Clark Expedition spent more time in North Dakota than any other state.

The explorers were enchanted by this area. Lewis wrote in his journal on May 5, 1805, "The country is as yesterday, beautiful in the extreme." They saw more game enroute from their winter camp at Fort Mandan to where the Yellowstone enters the Missouri River than anywhere else on their journey.

2012 North Dakota Pheasant Hunting Outlook

Hunters experienced a great year in North Dakota last season. Harvest numbers were up from previous years. Hunters were able to bag more birds per hunter and the good weather contributed to more days in the field. It was a great year in 2011 and the signs are pointing to another solid year in store for North Dakota pheasant hunter.

Numbers were actually down in terms of birds from 2010 to 2011. The increase in the days hunters could be in the field is what made it possible for the harvest numbers. Just as with the rest of the country things have been good in North Dakota through the winter and spring. Weather conditions should contribute to an increase in the number of birds in the state this season depending on how the summer drought plays out. The hunting conditions should be at least above average.

North Dakota Pheasant Season Dates: October 13th, 2012 through January 6th, 2013

Daily Bag Limit: 3

Possession Limit: 12

Featured North Dakota Hunting Destinations Featured Destination Roughrider Pheasant Company
P.O. Box 100
Regent, ND 58650
Roughrider Pheasant Company hunts on over 8,000 acres; We have thousands of wild pheasants. We also hunt prairie dogs, sharp tail, whitetail, mule deer, elk and call coyotes. CRP, food plots, tree rows and cropland; guided or unguided, our dogs or yours. Lodging available. Read more about Roughrider Pheasant Company

North Dakota Pheasant Hunting Preserves

Willard & Barb Swanke 16505 81St
SW Rhame, ND 58651
Comet Ranch
6655 1st Ave S.W.
Hazelton, ND 58544
Comet Ranch..A quiet and exciting place to be. Pheasant abound on 1200 Acres. Comet Ranch is a working quarter horse and cattle ranch located 45 miles South of Bismark on the High Buttes overlooking the Missouri River. Hunt CRP, tree rows and CRP. Lodging available. Meals can be provided if needed. Un-guided hunts only. Call to get rates.   Read more about Comet Ranch
Heartland Pheasants (Formerly Jolly Time Hunting)
RR 2 Box 2
Regent, ND 58650
Heartland Pheasants offers guided or unguided pheasant hunting on 3,000+ acres in SW North Dakota. Hunting areas include the Cannonball River drainage, cattail sloughs, CRP, cropland and food plots. Lodging available.   Read more about Heartland Pheasants (Formerly Jolly Time Hunting)
Neil & Becky Fanta 410 Hwy 3
N Dawson, ND 58428
Midwest Migrations
P.O. Box 5761
Grand Forks, ND 58206
Midwest Migration is a full service guide company. Our mission is to provide a memorable hunt with the use of the best equipment, comfortable blinds and the freshest location through daily scouting. Specializing in: Spring & Fall Snow Geese · Canada Geese Ducks & Swans Ruffed Grouse · Spring Turkey Trophy Whitetails Located in 4 states: North Dakota · South Dakota Nebraska · Arkansas   Read more about Midwest Migrations
Dwight & Roberta Grosz 1344 53rd Ave.
SW Hazen, ND 58545
Roughrider Pheasant Company
P.O. Box 100
Regent, ND 58650
Roughrider Pheasant Company hunts on over 8,000 acres; We have thousands of wild pheasants. We also hunt prairie dogs, sharp tail, whitetail, mule deer, elk and call coyotes. CRP, food plots, tree rows and cropland; guided or unguided, our dogs or yours. Lodging available.   Read more about Roughrider Pheasant Company
Section 17 Hunting Preserve
14257 33rd St SE
Buffalo, ND 58011
SECTION 17 HUNTING PRESERVE Come enjoy the country, just outside of the city. Plenty of great looking pheasants in their natural surroundings. We have a variety of landscape terrain. Some areas are more difficult than others, but there are both excellent training grounds for the new pup, and more challenging surroundings for the seasoned hunters and experienced dogs. Everyone welcome! Reasonable rates! We're here for you, just call for an appointment.   Read more about Section 17 Hunting Preserve
The Preserve
6001 128 Ave NW
Minot, ND 58703
A Shotgunners's Paradise, located minutes from Minot, ND. The Preserve offers stress-free hunting and diversified fields. We operate on a membership basis, but guests are welcome. The season is open from August 1 to April 30. From the moment you walk into the farmhouse you will find this to be the perfect place to relax and share your hunting experience. The Preserve...offer our guests over 1,000 acres of native prairie grass, CRP, cattails, and assorted row crops. The fields range in size from   Read more about The Preserve



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