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South Dakota Pheasant Hunting News

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It is coming up to the main hunting season across the United States and this can only mean one thing: youth hunting opportunities are also coming up. There are going to be numerous opportunities this year for young hunters, aged 15 or under, to experience the thrill of pheasant or small game hunting.

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The US Department of Agriculture has recently approved crop insurance coverage for winter wheat, in all of South Dakota’s counties. This is certainly going to be a good move for pheasant and other small game hunters.

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Soon the time will come when the 2015 pheasant hunting season will open. Many hunters from across South Dakota and elsewhere in the world are eagerly awaiting the season opener.

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It all started as a college class assignment but the result was a new successful business for the Roseland rank in Seneca, South Dakota.

The family managed ranch was a stop on the tour of livestock operations by the National Association of County Agricultural Agents’, as part of their Annual Meeting and Professional Improvement conference in the state during mid July.

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Klamath Falls is going to get a population boost this hunting season with another year of commercially raised pheasants being released into the wild courtesy of Unlimited Pheasants. The birds will have been raised as chicks for a five or six week period before they are let loose into the wild according to the group.

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Minnesota has just released a much anticipated and ambitious plan, to improve and restore the state’s pheasant population. The proposal calls for 10 actions, some of which will soon be reality as state laws come into effect.

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Good news is abound for those looking to go pheasant hunting this year. Last week there was the announcement of the increase in pheasants in South Dakota, this week there is the news of 1.2 million acres of private land that will be available as walk-in areas for public hunting.

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A new assistant director in South Dakota for Pheasants Forever has been named. Matt Morlock of Huron, South Dakota was the one chosen for the role. He has been employed for 12 years at “The Habitat Organization” and will not work out of Pheasants Forever’s regional headquarters in Brookings.

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South Dakota wouldn’t be the pheasant capital of the world if it wasn’t for the hard work and determination of those who continue to support wildlife habitat conservation efforts. The South Dakota Department of Tourism has recognized this recently and renewed its national sponsorship with Pheasants Forever.

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After a 76% population increase last year, it was bound to be a better hunting season than 2013. However, those involved in pheasant hunting probably didn’t realize how good the last season was going to be.

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While there has been no official count as of yet, there are many at the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department who are excited at the prospect of a better pheasant population count this year.

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South Dakota has a long tradition of pheasant hunting. Enthusiasts from across the country and even the world, regularly visit the state to participate in the sport each hunting season. Pheasants aren’t the only animals that can be hunted in the state, turkeys and quail are also hunted, though they aren’t as popular as pheasants.

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The Pheasant Bonanza Hunt Club and Kennel hosted its 3.33 mile Warrior Dash again this year. The event, which features 13 obstacles, does not require participants to train but a sense of adventure and willingness to get a little dirty is needed, as many found out.

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Jim Meyer has raised pheasants and partridge for nearly half a century and he had thought he had been through it all. Normally, threats to his business come from the weather that knocks down bird pens and has been known to kill birds at times.

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South Dakota is the proud host to another chapter of Pheasants Forever. The Fort Randall Chapter of Pheasants Forever, as it is officially called, has been established with the goal to positively influence the Douglas County’s natural habitat while providing high quality and valuable educational experiences for the local youths.

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There isn’t a turkey hunter out there who hasn’t had that unfortunate moment when they’ve been hunting a turkey for a while only to make the wrong move at the last second and their quarry suddenly disappears. Usually this happens when turkey hunters are inexperienced, but even those hunters with many seasons under their belt can suffer unfortunate failures.

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California is a worried state. Over the past three decades there has been a general population decline of pheasants in the state. Recently the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) hosted a pheasant ecology workshop. The event, held on April 30 and May 1, examined what the causes of the recent population decline could have been.

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One of the biggest concerns for pheasant populations, and other upland birds, is the significant reduction in lands enrolled in the federal Conservation Reserve Program. The main reason behind the decline in the reduction of enrolled land is the rise in farm crops making farming highly profitable again.

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Myron Rick, a San Diego hunter, is facing numerous misdemeanors relating to hunting situations in Hetting County. The charges facing the hunter include:

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Jim Meyer has raised pheasants and partridge for nearly half a century and he had thought he had been through it all. Normally, threats to his business come from the weather that knocks down bird pens and has been known to kill birds at times.

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