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UGUIDE October Pheasant & Combo Hunting Specials

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For you sportsmen still thinking about planning a trip to the Dakota’s for Pheasant, Waterfowl or Combo, here are some new options available in October for the 2007 season.

Options for Groups of 2: Combo waterfowl-sharptail-pheasant hunts near Gackle North Dakota

  • Get 2 more and get into options for groups of 4
  • 4 camps available from now through 1st week in Nov.
  • Gackle north has lodging on property and rate is $695/person for 4-nights lodging and 3 days hunting. Buyout = $1390
  • Other 3 camps have no lodging so land-only options is $150/gun for minimum of 3 days. Buyout = $900
  • Check availability by clicking here. To drill down on Camp detail click on the “A” for open dates for that camps column.

Options for Groups of 2: Combo Sharptail-pheasant hunts near Highmore South Dakota (J Bar Camp)

  • Get 2 more and get into options for groups of 4
  • Available Dec. 1 and on
  • Rate is $695/person for 4-nights lodging and 3 days hunting. Buyout = $1390
  • Check availability by clicking here. To drill down on Camp detail click on the “A” for open dates for that camps column.

Options for Groups of 4: Prime South Dakota Wild Bird Pheasant Hunts

  • Most all of the UGUIDE camps that had a minimum group size of 6 will accept groups of 4 for remaining open spots (these are top notch pheasant locations in the nation for wild birds).
  • Rate is $695/person for 4-nights lodging and 3 days hunting. Buyout = $2780
  • Check availability by clicking here. To drill down on Camp detail click on the “A” for open dates for that camps column.
  • If you book with 4 and do end up with 6 you will be eligible for other discounts like Sr., Military, season time, volume, etc,

Other Options at the Aberdeen Pheasant Camp

  • Opening Weekend – Oct 20th – Minimum Group size of 4 and up to 6 – Lodging in renovated farmhouse is $50/night/person for 2-4 days, Hunting is $200/day/person for 2-3 days.
  • Land-Only Options: $150/Gun/Day – Minimum group of 4 for 3 days hunting. Buyout = $1800
  • Note: this camp can accommodate very large groups or 2 smaller groups at same time so if you see that the dates you would like to hunt show as reserved on availability check with me to see if there is room for a second group that week or not.
  • Check availability by clicking here. To drill down on Camp detail click on the “A” for open dates for that camps column.

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