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South Dakota Pheasant Hunting News

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06 South Dakota Hunting Handbooks Available Now PIERRE, S.D.—The 2006 Hunting and Trapping Handbook is now available at S.D. Game, Fish and Parks Department offices throughout the state. “Hunters will be able to get the latest edition of the ...

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Pheasant Hunters Should Be Aware of Road Hunting Rules In South Dakota PIERRE, S.D.—In recent years the Legislature and the S.D. Department of Game, Fish and Parks have worked to ease the tensions that developed between landowners and road hunter...

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Grouse Season to Open Sept. 16 PIERRE, S.D. – With the recent severe drought conditions experienced across the majority of grouse range in South Dakota, biologists have studied what this means for the outlook of grouse hunting this 2006 fall seaso...

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New CRP Practice Added to Landowners’ Toolbox HURON, S.D.--The USDA’s Farm Service Agency recently announced a new Conservation Reserve Program practice available to landowners, known as CP-37 or the Duck Nesting Habitat Practice. Using scient...

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Dove hunters must be alert to fire danger PIERRE, S.D.—As South Dakota dove hunters take to the field on Sept. 1 for the first bird hunting season of the fall, they should stay aware of the fire danger brought on by the state’s drought. “Ther...

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Drought has minimal influence on South Dakota pheasant numbers PIERRE, S.D.—South Dakotans have been wondering for months what effect the state’s lingering drought would have on the pheasant population. According to the Game, Fish and Parks Departme...

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Join South Dakota’s Growing Teaming with Wildlife Coalition PIERRE, S.D.—A group working to restore and conserve the nation’s wildlife is looking for new members in South Dakota. Teaming with Wildlife is a national coalition of more than 3,000 g...

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Walk-In Area Program Again Passes Million-Acre Mark PIERRE, S.D. -- South Dakota’s Walk-In Area Program surpassed last year's record enrollment of 1.03 million-acres. “Our long-term goal was to reach 1 million acres by 2006, but due to the hard wor...

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By Joe Kafka Associated Press Writer PIERRE - Owners and operators of hunting services in central South Dakota have lost a lawsuit with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service over threats of prosecution for certain farming and management practices. U.S...

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Walk-In Areas Popularity Growing Each year, the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department makes a significant investment in leasing private lands for public use. A recent GF&P survey shows that the investment is paying off in hunter satisfaction....

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East River Producers Reminded of Ditch Mowing Restrictions PIERRE S.D. - With the recent abundance of pheasants in the state, it would be easy to think one little ditch wouldn't make much of a difference as far as a pheasant population goes. What i...

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Pheasant Populations Look Good, but Will Need Help For the Future There are good reasons that you are probably seeing a lot of pheasants this spring. First, and most obvious, most of South Dakota currently has a lot of pheasants. In comparison to...

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Program Donates 39,000 Pounds of Meat PIERRE - The South Dakota Sportsmen Against Hunger (SAH) program arranged for hunter donation of approximately 39,000 pounds of wild game meat to people in need across the state during the 2005 hunting seasons. ...

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PIERRE S.D.- South Dakota's upland game bird hunter's will have a few more hours to enjoy in the field this year. In a change from previous years, grouse and partridge hunters will be able to hunt from sunrise to sunset statewide. "This change is r...

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Proposal Would Extend Grouse, Partridge Shooting Hours PIERRE – As part of a package of rules proposal changes by the Game, Fish and Parks Commission, the shooting hours for grouse and partridge would be extended this fall during the hunting sea...

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PRIVACY OF SOUTH DAKOTA GUN OWNERS PROTECTED . . . Gov. Mike Rounds signed into law last Friday House Bill 1199, legislation that will prohibit the release of information concerning applicants and current concealed carry permit holders to any person,...

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Rule Changes Proposed for Dog Training PIERRE – The Game, Fish and Parks Commission has proposed rule changes that will prohibit the use of horses by dog trainers on certain national grassland public lands. Under the proposal, the Fort Pierr...

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S.D. court upholds pheasant-hunt law By Joe Kafka, Associated Press Writer PIERRE - The South Dakota Supreme Court has upheld the constitutionality of a 2003 state law allowing road hunters to shoot pheasants over private property. The law was pass...

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Pheasants doing well after winter storm Associated Press PIERRE, S.D. - The pheasant loss from the late November-early December ice storm and blizzard appears to be minimal, according to state Game, Fish and Parks officials. "Areas with marginal ha...

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Pheasants Doing Well After Winter Storm PIERRE, S.D. – Game, Fish and Parks officials say that some pheasant losses were documented from the recent blizzard and subsequent 10 days in the deep freeze; however, the loss of birds appears to be minimal....

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