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South Dakota Pheasant Hunting News

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Brood Survey Indicates Another Good Year for Pheasants
PIERRE, S.D. – The S.D. Game, Fish and Parks Department counted an average of 6.32 pheasants per mile in 2009 as part of its annual pheasant brood survey, the fourth highest statewide count in the past 45 years.

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Brood survey indicates another good year for pheasants
PIERRE, S.D. – GFP counted an average of 6.32 pheasants per mile in 2009, the fourth highest statewide count in the past 45 years. Although this year’s statewide index has decreased from last year, the 2009 statewide pheasant per mile count is 13 percent higher than the 10-year average.

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New Pheasants Forever Scratch Game From SD Lotto Targets Pheasant Hunters
Pierre, SD – August 26, 2009 – Pheasant hunters and conservationists in the nation's "Pheasant Capital" will have another way to scratch that pheasant itch this fall with the new Pheasants Forever $2 scratch game from the South Dakota Lottery.

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GFP Walk-In Area evaluation underway
PIERRE, S.D. – Over one million acres of private land leased for public opportunity awaits hunters as they take the field this autumn, and the Game, Fish and Parks Department wants to know how well the land is serving the public.

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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

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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.

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Pheasant Preserve Bag Limits to Increase
Pheasant Preserve Bag Limits to Increase
PIERRE, S.D – The South Dakota Game Fish and Parks Commission modifies new preserve rules such as follows: increase in the daily bag limit of pheasant preserve, increase in the tag price that operators use when marking the birds being shot in the preserve and preserve operators can now obtain a new license that offers longer validity.

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SD hunters will see rule changes starting July 1st 2009
Changes to Fish & Game law include a change in the ability to sell mounted fish, the ability to kill a mountain lion in self defense, some disabled youth hunting previsions and more.

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With the taking of the 13th female mountain lion Monday, the South Dakota Game Fish and Parks are reminding hunters to check the season status before going out to the field.

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he South Dakota Office of Tourism has launched the South Dakota Pheasantennial, a celebration of 100 years of pheasant hunting in the state. The promotion will include special hunts, community celebrations and the Pheasantennial finale where enthusia...

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PIERRE, S.D.—South Dakota’s first pheasant hunting season of the year will offer young hunters more and longer days in which to hunt. This year’s youth pheasant has been extended to five days, Oct. 4 through Oct. 8. Heeding concerns from the public...

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PIERRE, S.D.—With the prairie grouse season set to begin on Sept. 20, biologists with the S.D. Game, Fish and Parks Department are asking hunters for their cooperation in providing biological data that is valuable in estimating prairie grouse product...

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PIERRE, S.D.—Two of the S.D. Game, Fish and Parks Department’s most popular publications are now available to the public. The 2008 Hunting Handbook and the 2008 Hunting Atlas are available at GFP regional offices as well as from license agents. The ...

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PIERRE, S.D.—Maps of South Dakota’s public lands have gone interactive on the Game, Fish and Parks Department Web site. Users interested in finding public lands for hunting, fishing or outdoor recreation will find a wealth of information at www.sdgfp...

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PIERRE, S.D. – With increased spring and summer rains experienced across much of the grouse range in South Dakota, biologists are optimistic about the outlook for grouse hunting in 2008. According to Game, Fish and Parks Regional Wildlife Manager An...

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Mountain Lion Season Set to Start Nov. 1 PIERRE, S.D.—South Dakota’s third mountain lion season will start on Nov. 1 with some changes from the 2006 season. “Perhaps the biggest change is combining the state into one unit,” said John Kanta, the Rap...

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Hunters Greeted by Great Weather, Plenty of Pheasants PIERRE, S.D.—Beautiful fall weather and a near-record ringneck population translated into a great day for hunters across South Dakota as they took to the fields for the first day of pheasant seas...

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PIERRE, S.D.—Hunters in South Dakota’s fields are likely to find plenty of pheasants this weekend. They are also going to find unusually wet fields and roads. “Recent rains have caused some fields and roads to become saturated,” said Tony Leif, game...

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PIERRE, S.D.—The opening day of pheasant season is a time to enjoy the outdoors and renew old acquaintances. However, all of the activity and excitement of the hunt shouldn’t be allowed to get in the way of safety. “Hunters can’t let their enthusias...

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