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South Dakota Pheasant Hunting News

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Land bought for pheasant hunters By CHUCK CLEMENT Capital Journal Staff Wednesday, August 03, 2005 http://www.capjournal.com/ Officials from Pheasants Forever and S.D. Game, Fish and Parks met with Tom Withers on Monday to purchase 152 acres of ...

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Mountain Lion Hunting Season Proposed PIERRE, S.D. - South Dakota will have a restricted mountain lion hunting season from Oct. 1 through Dec. 15 if a recent Game, Fish and Parks Commission proposal is finalized at next month's commission meeting in...

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State acquires land for pheasant hunting July 18, 2005 The state Office of School and Public Lands has acquired 640 acres in Jerauld County that will help meet a demand for public areas to hunt pheasants. Bryce Healy, school and public lands commis...

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2005 Sage Grouse Season Proposal PIERRE, S.D. - South Dakota's 2005 sage grouse hunting season has been proposed for Sept. 28 and 29. "Under the Game, Fish and Parks Commission proposal, this year's sage grouse season would move from the Wednesday ...

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Road Ditch Mowing Restrictions In Place PIERRE, S.D. - The South Dakota Departments of Transportation and Game, Fish and Parks are reminding landowners that there are restrictions on how soon road right-of-way ditches may be mowed. The mowing restri...

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PIERRE, S.D. - Game, Fish and Parks officials say all eligible South Dakotans can apply for South Dakota's leftover antlerless elk licenses without affecting their future eligibility. People who would be ineligible for these licenses are those who we...

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CRP Essential to South Dakota PIERRE, S.D. - When folks think of South Dakota, they think of pheasants. Right now, pheasant numbers are at a 35-year high, thanks in large part to the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). "CRP provides the most wildli...

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Sportsman's Groups Come Through Again PIERRE, S.D. -- Sportsman's groups have a long history of assisting South Dakota's Department of Game Fish and Parks, and recently, another great example occurred in Sioux Falls when the Outdoor Campus and Game ...

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Hey, Want to STEP OUTSIDE? PIERRE, S.D. - South Dakotans have six invitations to STEP OUTSIDEã this summer. STEP OUTSIDEã is a national program of the National Shooting Sports Foundation and is being introduced in South Dakota by the Department of G...

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Youth Deer Changes Lessen Season Restrictions, Provide More Opportunity PIERRE, S.D. - Game, Fish and Parks Commission changes to South Dakota's youth deer season have made it easier for youth deer hunters to get a license and hunt statewide. "Yout...

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Nonresident Waterfowl Licenses Set Not To Move PIERRE, S.D. – South Dakota’s nonresident waterfowl licenses have been set for 2005 by the Game, Fish and Parks Commission, and no three-day licenses will be moved. "Last month’s proposal opened the po...

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Some Recommendations When Contacting Landowners PIERRE, S.D. – Spring turkey season is a great time for meeting nature. It is also a good time for hunters, if they have not already done so, to meet with their prospective landowners and build on or e...

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PF’s South Dakota Biologist Hired by South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks PF Promotes Bigalke to Biologist Post in Pheasant Capital St. Paul, Minn. – February 10, 2005 – Pheasants Forever (PF) announces that regional wildlife biologist Tom Kirsche...

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Hunting decision appealed By Kevin Woster, Journal Staff Writer PIERRE - South Dakota Attorney General Larry Long said Friday that he was appealing a ruling by a circuit court judge in Winner that would tighten restrictions on road hunting. The ru...

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Rounds Unveils Options For SD Quarter Design Voting is under way to decide the design of the South Dakota commemorative quarter. People can vote until April 15th at banks and credit unions or through state government's Internet site. There are fiv...

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11/11/2004 Study Group Working On Hunting Issues A South Dakota study panel has been unable to reach agreement on a proposal that would restrict game wardens' ability to enter private land to check whether hunters are following the law. The West...

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Pheasant season switches to earlier start Associated Press PIERRE, S.D. - The return to standard time brings with it a change in hunting hours for pheasant hunters. Hunting can now begin at 10 a.m. each day instead of noon. "The shorter, fall da...

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Group says bird numbers at risk By Steve Miller, Journal Staff Writer South Dakota pheasant and duck populations will suffer under a new federal policy allowing more frequent haying and grazing of farm land set aside for wildlife habitat, the South...

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Standing corn impedes first-day hunting success Associated Press SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Many hunters reported having a hard time finding pheasants on the opening day of the hunting season because so much corn is still unharvested. "There's a lot of ...

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10/14/2004 Pheasant Hunters Flock To KELOLAND Pheasant hunters are already flocking to KELOLAND. Two days before the big opener, planes are landing at the Sioux Falls airport full of those eager to bag the ring neck pheasant. And this year, becau...

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