Winter is OVER! Thank God, as it sure seemed liked it lasted a long time. The Pheasants made it through the winter pretty well in our area. The Game and Fish estimated that in our area Winter Kill was minimal but other areas in the state weren’t so lucky. Some counties are down almost 40%. We fed the birds corn throughout the winter so it made for a much easier time finding something to eat. The Deer also faired well. We have some great bucks that made it through last year’s hunting season so we are looking forward to a Great Fall! We will putting out our New Moultrie Trail Cams out on May 1st and will post the first pictures around May 10th so make sure you check back weekly for updates. Also, if you haven’t booked your hunt yet, call me as soon as possible as 85% of our Pheasant Season is booked and 90% of our Archery Deer Season is also booked. We still have a few openings for Buffalo Hunts this winter but they are going fast as well. Call me at 605-380-9971 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, to see what dates are still available.
The Pheasants have been nesting as of late and we are just starting to see some chicks over the last couple days. Along with this, the bred does from last fall are now having fawns and we have some great Scouting Cam Photos that we will be updating over the next couple weeks of not only the new arrivals but of some very impressive bucks over mineral stations. We are very excited for this upcoming fall! The Pheasants are very plentiful so far and the deer seem to be everywhere. This is normal as the cover is minimal right now. It will be a Great Fall! If you haven’t booked already, we urge you to do so soon as we are almost full for all of our hunts. Call Shannon at 605-380-9971 to reserve your dates.
Things are starting to shape up for this fall. We are booking dates at a fast rate and recommend that if you are thinking of coming out to hunt with us this fall, that you call soon to reserve the dates you desire. Please call Shannon at 605-380-9971 for availability!
It looks like a LONG winter is slowly coming to an end. Today we reached a high of 44 degrees and it rained about a 1/2 inch. You don’t see rain very often in February! We lost alot of snow because of the rain which is great news as it will help all of the wildlife in the area obtain food much easier. So far, it looks as though winterkill on the Pheasants is minimal. We had a couple blizzards in December and January but it appears that the birds made it through pretty well. The key is having your food plots close to winter cover. If the birds have to travel more than a couple hundred yards to eat, there is always that chance they can get caught out if the weather turns bad. As for the Deer, they are always pretty hardy. Based on the amount of corn that was still standing through December, alot of good bucks made it through all of the hunting seasons which is great news for our Archery hunters that are coming out this fall. We look for this fall to be our most successful yet