Wisconsin Pheasant Hunting- A directory of preserves hunt clubs for pheasant hunting in Wisconsin:
Pheasant hunting has long been a Wisconsin tradition. The ring-necked pheasant was introduced as a game bird to Wisconsin as early as the late 1800’s. Today in Wisconsin the pheasant population is highest in the southern part of the state, however pheasant hunting opportunities exist across the state at many fine hunting preserves. In Wisconsin the management of ring-necked pheasants is in large part due to revenues generated from the sale of the Pheasant Stamp.
Habitat projects funded by Pheasant Stamp dollars along with countless partner dollars and efforts have managed, preserved, and restored thousands of acres of nesting and Wisconsin pheasant habitat. In addition to the many acres of public hunting grounds for pheasant hunting in Wisconsin, the badger state is also home to many top quality Pheasant Hunting Clubs and preserves. A list of top Wisconsin Pheasant hunting preserves can be found below. Be sure to tell the hunting clubs you found them on www.gamebirdhunts.com. Happy Hunting!
Game Preserve hunting seasons vary by club. Typical pheasant hunting seasons run from Sept to March. Please call the clubs listed below for exact season dates.