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GameBirdHunts.com is your online source for hunting & shooting news. All of our news is organized by US state to make it easy for you to quickly find the Pheasant Hunting News that is of interest to you! Click on the link below to browse your states upland hunting news or use the search box above! If you have a hunting story you would like to submit please use this link:

   

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For many hunters it’s not so much about the hunt as it is about getting together with family and friends. That is exactly how a group of phea...

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For the most part things appears better than last year for pheasant hunters in Minnesota.

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A few upland bird seasons open in just a couple days in California.

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Join us for a fun day of fast shooting, fun and fellowship. The Hunt will consist of 15 pairs of Hunters (30 total).

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Things are looking really good this season in North Dakota.

Pheasant hunters should expect to see lots of birds in the state this fall.

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Nearly 200,000 pheasants were harvested by about 45,000 hunters last year in Wisconsin.

This year, as the season prepares to open, the numbers are expected to be similar.

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New hunting regulations are almost always met with mixed reactions. That seems to be the case with the recent passage of a new regulation in the state of California.

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The youth pheasant season is opening in Idaho. That means young hunters will get a chance to hit the field and the brushy areas of the woods to challenge some of the most difficult upland birds in the wild.

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By now the reports are coming in that the news is official.

The California Department of Fish and Game is no longer in existence. Well, to be clear the organization will still be around, but the name will change.

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The drought had a big impact on the Kansas birds this summer.

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There is an interesting blog post over on Field & Stream.

The post - Are Bird Dog Owners More Willing to and Reliable Than Non-Resident Hunters? - sheds some light on how a dog can impact a hunter’s personality. There is probably more to it than this simple logic, but the questions is interesting.

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Small game hunting has been a pastime for decades. A generation or two ago it was common for young hunters to learn about hunting by grabbing the f...

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Harpole’s Heartland Lodge and GameBirdHunts have teamed up to offer you the chance to win an upland hunt at the Orvis Endorsed Wingshooting Lodge.

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This headline could be rewritten nearly every year it seems.

Things aren’t looking good for residents or nonresidents. The fee for pheasant hunters is one of the targets for the potential increase.

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Every year the Pheasants Forever chapters around the nation host fundraisers. The goal of the organization is to preserve the habitat of pheasants. For the Black Hills chapter the goal is to preserve some of the best pheasant hunting habitat in the world.

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Here’s an interesting article about the people and the traditions of the Dakotas.

From Transplanted Dakotans Share Common Background:

“They [Dakotans] treasure friendships, and they on to them,” said Carol Schmidt, organizer of the Dakota Picnic that occurs in Washington State every year.

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In places like Michigan the number of pheasants and the number of hunters are on the decline. The change has been slow over the last few years, but appears to be picking up in pace. Things just aren’t the same when it comes to pheasant hunting in some states.

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A story about a Nebraska couple that moved to South Dakota caught attention this past week.

The story - Pickerel Lake Woman Has Taste for The Hunt - talks about Teresa Bair and her husband. The pair moved to South Dakota not long ago and they seem to love all that the state has to offer including the hunting and fishing.

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LaVerne Boer is doing something special for kids and veterans.

Boer has created a branch of the Outdoor Adventure Foundation in South Dakota.

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05
There was a good reminder from Doug Leier in The Dickinson Press in North Dakota about getting in hunting shape. Every year hunters find themselves trying to get ready for the season, but every year we seem to find more reasons to avoid doing more than previous years.

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