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South Dakotan outdoorsman, Tony Dean is still providing to young hunters even after he died seven years ago.

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11
On the 13 December 2014, there was a pheasant summit held in Marshall. Hosted by Governor Mark Dayton, the summit set out ideas how the local residents, government agencies and charities can help improve the local pheasant population. Despite a recent rise; the population is significant lower than the 10 year and long term average.

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When the pheasant hunting season started on October 18, there was an expectation that there would be an increase of traffic at the Mitchell Municipal Airport, South Dakota. While the airport manager, Mike Scherschlight, has stated that there have been more hunters, there have actually been a lower number of planes than expected.

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06
While most big game seasons are done and gone, the pheasant and quail hunting seasons just ended or are still going strong, especially in the Cowboy State. The pheasant season in particular was open until December 31. The sharp-tailed grouse and wild turkey seasons were also open until this time in most areas.

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26
As hunters take to the fields in search for their favorite quarry like pheasants and quail, there are another group out there: the game wardens. These individuals are too on the prowl for their game, those looking to break hunting regulations and to support hunters who have injuries.

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18
The 2014 pheasant hunting season is underway and many of the hunters out in the fields will be comparing their harvests with those of previous years’. While some will realise that this year is certainly better than the 2013 season; those who were hunting in the 1980s and 1990s will still be reminiscing about the good old days.

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10
The 2014 Colorado pheasant hunting season is underway and the abnormal tempatures are not cooperating for those fair-weather hunters.

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05
For those looking to hunt in Kansas, there is some really good news: the outlook is better than it was in 2013. Despite this, there is also some bad news; the potential success for hunters is not going to return to the highs previously seen, at least not this year.

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30
Throughout South Dakota the snow has arrived early and temperatures are decreasing faster than was expected. Yet many South Dakota hunting lodges are still fully booked for the holidays and many hunters are in the fields taking advantage of the improved population. Some are even finding they can bag their limits.

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25
Hunters from across the country have headed to South Dakota to put on their blaze orange jackets and take to the fields for on the state’s biggest weekends: the pheasant hunting opener.

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21
Veteran NBC anchor, Tom Brokaw, took viewers of “Opening Day” on a trip to his native South Dakota for a special pheasant hunting edition. The hope for the network is that this could be a regular fixture in their programming schedules.

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18
Life in North Dakota seems good at the moment. The budget for the state has a $450 million surplus, has the nation’s lowest unemployment rate and has a population of only 725,000.

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12
More than 11,000 pheasants are to be released in Utah at 56 different sites this hunting season. The season for Utah began on November 1 and just before each weekend there will be a new release. The exception of this will be the Thanksgiving weekend, where birds will be released earlier in the week so there will be a significant number of birds ready for the special weekend.

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11
In 2006 and 2007, when pheasant harvests and hunting numbers were at their highest, the Minnesota state sold 129,000 pheasant stamps. By 2013, the number of hunters had decreased by 40% with only 78,000 stamps sold.

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10
The opening weekend of the 2014-2015 pheasant hunting season has come to an end and early indications hint at a promising time ahead.

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03
One of the most important skills when it comes to pheasant hunting is marksmanship. It is no surprise then that often the best hunters are also good shots.

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02
The release of thirty thousand adult pheasants is scheduled to be completed in the state of New York. The announcement was made by the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) earlier this week as they prepare for the new season.

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28
South Dakota’s roadside survey has shown that there was a 76% increase in the pheasant population from the 2013 count. This has allowed the state to still boast impressive hunting opportunities for those looking to bag themselves a pheasant.

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26
This year’s Montana pheasant hunters will have the 2014 Farm Bill to thank for the amount of private land available. The state’s Department of Agriculture has used its Public Access and Habitat Incentive Program with funds allocated from the bill to open up new land for hunters.

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23
South Dakota has a problem. For a state considered to be the pheasant capitol of the United States, it is suffering from declining pheasant populations. The blame is often pointed to the reduction of natural habitat due to farming pressures and poor weather limiting brooding season.

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