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UGUIDE Fall 2007 Hunting Specials

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We have some unique specials that basically vary from our standard 6-person minimum, 4-night stay and 3-day hunt package. They are as follows.

South Dakota Pheasant Opener – Oct 20,21,22

Aberdeen Pheasant Camp – 4-6 hunters, $200/gun/day, $50 night lodging at renovated farmhouse on property. Can do hunting only on this if you are able to find lodging.

http://www.uguidesdpheasants.com/phe...s/aberdeen.cfm

Cattail Haven Pheasant Camp

Minimum Group size reduced from 6 to 4 (capacity is 6 though). 4-night stay, 3-day hunt is $695 person. Location is 45 SW of Mitchell.

http://www.uguidesdpheasants.com/phe...tail-haven.cfm

Check availability of this camp here http://www.uguidesdpheasants.com/phe...ailability.cfm

Land Only hunts – Aberdeen Pheasant Camp

Options to hunt after opening weekend for minimum group of 4 for 3 days hunting at $150/gun/day. Can handle groups up to 15.

http://www.uguidesdpheasants.com/phe...s/aberdeen.cfm

Check availability of the camp here. http://www.uguidesdpheasants.com/phe...ailability.cfm

North Dakota Combo Waterfowl-Sharptail-Pheasant

Gackle North Dakota – groups of 2 to 6 – 4-nights lodging and 3-days hunting for $695 person.

Info on camps and availability here http://www.uguidewaterfowlhunting.com/

If you are interested in putting a group together for any of these options please call or email. 952-484-0955 chris@uguidesdpheasants.com

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