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Entries for September 2015

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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Landowners charging excessively for hunting privileges are being blamed for the slow death of small rural communities. Gary Johnson from Mekinock, N.D often travels through the rural areas of North Dakota and likes to go in and see how local communities are doing.

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The reason why safety is paramount on any hunting trip was recently, once again, tragically highlighted. At 10am on Saturday, June 13, 9 year old Callen Little was shot dead while pheasant hunting with his grandfather.

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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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It was revealed this week by Watchdog, after an open records request, that $600,000 has been paid by the North Dakota Game and Fish Department to Pheasants Forever and Ducks Unlimited as part of a conservation partnership.

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