SD WHITETAIL HUNTING
Sept 1 - Dec 31st
September 6th through – November 22nd
All of our South Dakota whitetail hunts are done under the rules of fair chase as there are no high fences. Our “All-Inclusive” whitetail hunts were created for the sole purpose of providing the hunter with a high quality hunting experience. All of the guides are archery hunters and know the habits and patterns of the deer and know what it takes to get you close enough for that shot of a lifetime.
Season: Our archery season typically runs from the last weekend in September through the third weekend in November with the rut starting around the end of October.
License: The license is a lottery draw, but as a non-resident, you are guaranteed to receive the license if you apply. The cost of the license is $285 for the upcoming season. Licenses can be applied for at the South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks website.
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EAST RIVER ARCHERY WHITETAIL HUNTS
Northern Plains Outfitters, Inc. offers archery-only whitetail deer hunts to a limited number of clients looking for an opportunity to harvest a trophy class whitetail buck. The deer herd numbers are up over the last few years and you can expect to see numerous deer each time you take a stand.
*Our deer management goal is to harvest only mature bucks that score a minimum of 125″.
Oct. 30th – Nov. 6th
Nov. 6th – 13th
Nov. 13th – 20th
The first day listed on the date is your arrival date and the last day listed is your departure date. (Arrival Time after 4PM if possible, Departure Time before 10am). No hunting on your arrival or departure date.
During the 2019 Season, we ran 80% shot opportunity on 125″ or better bucks.
*Please Note: Our Buck to Doe Ratio is very good at this time and we will not be harvesting any does for the 2019 season. Please don’t purchase any doe tags when you apply for your buck tag. There is no hunting on your arrival or departure dates.
The biggest buck harvested on our place scored 183 6/8″ and will rank as the 3rd All-Time Archery Buck harvested in South Dakota!