Here at Sportsman's Acres we cater to the smaller group sizes to give you and your group the personal and most authentic South Dakota hunting experience.
If you have a group of 5 or more you will be the only hunting party booked for your dates; we do not combine groups here.
located 70 miles SW of Sioux Falls, SD in the Prime Pheasant Mecca in the Mitchell area, the home of the world famous corn palace with the 85,000 sq. ft. Cabelas for your hunting needs.
At Sportsman's Acres our Pheasant, Archery Whitetail hunts are all inclusive.
We are offering an outstanding Pheasant Hunting deal for the next
15 Pheasant Hunters
3night/2days $795.00 per/hunter
4night/3days $1125.00 per/hunter
5night/4days $1400.00 per/hunter
Do not pass up this opportunity at such a great value.
We include the following: Lodging, breakfast, field lunch, evening meals, welcome meal, experienced hunting guides, hunting dogs or bring your own, airport pickup and return, hunting land, tranportation to and from the fields, bird cleaning and storage, sporting clays, complimentery gift, stands and ground blinds for your archery whitetail hunts and turkey hunts, we even provide an extra nights stay.
Things we do not include in your hunt: Alcoholic beverages, ammunition for your hunt, your hunting license or big game tags.
Deposits: There is a 50% non-refundable deposit to hold dates. Deposits are transferable to another hunter for the year booked, deposits will not carry over year to year, we will hold dates that you want for 10 days, any hunts cancelled before Sept 1st, 2011 will be billed for the full amount of the number of hunters booked.
If you are looking for a SD pheasant hunt that is second to none, with all wild birds in their natural habitat, whether you are looking for a corporate pheasant hunt or just a great getaway with friends and relatives, you have found the destination.
We offer 12,000 total acres that consists of corn fields, CRP, food plots, river bottom, waterways, tree groves, and cat-tail sloughs that make the best of great South Dakota pheasant habitat and managed to give you and your group a hunt that will keep you coming back year after year.
Here at Sportsman’s Acres we hand pick the best habitat for nesting and wild pheasant populations. Our main goal is the hospitality, put that with a great hunting experience, it will be all the talk when you return home.
At Sportsman’s Acres we gain a great deal of pride when we have satisfied hunters, so here at Sportsman’s Acres, we strive to give you and your group a South Dakota pheasant hunt that will keep you coming back year after year. With a 90% client return rate it says a lot for our hunting program.
Along with your pheasant hunt, you may have a chance at Hungarian partridge and in certain areas some grouse for bonus birds. Our hunts here are done the old fashioned way with using blockers, dogs, and pheasant drives. At Sportsman’s Acres we can accommodate a small number of hunters up to the larger corporate groups. Along with our fantastic pheasant hunts, we also offer some great combo hunts as well.
We have several packages to choose from. We promote unsurpassed wild South Dakota pheasant hunting not expensive lodging with overcrowded dinner tables and overcrowded hunts in the field. We make sure we do all possible to provide you a hunting experience that you will never forget.
You can combine some of these hunts to make a great combo hunt.
Archery Whitetail/Pheasant combo
Spring Archery Turkey
Spring Snow Goose Hunts
If you are an early riser and want to make a full day of hunting this is a great chance to do a combo pheasant/waterfowl combo. You will be out early in the morning hunting waterfowl, and then begin hunting wild pheasants when the state season opens. We use some decoys and calls along with puddle jumping. We offer several different waterfowl species here.
The non-resident license is on a lottery so get this hunt booked right away. The state lottery draw is in July.
Here at Sportsman’s Acres we offer some great trophy potential, the average size buck will a score 140-mid 150s bc class and there is some much larger. We offer a 5 mile stretch along the James River with rolling hills and food sources on the top of the hills and with wooded draws running down to the river it makes for ideal travel corridors for some monster whitetails. The average weight of the bucks here will range 225-300lbs. We have ladder stands as well as stationary stands for your convenience placed in the strategic places or pinch points so you have ample opportunity at a trophy whitetail. And with all the cedar trees in the hills you can hunt off the ground as well. The whitetail hunts are on a very limited basis to ensure great trophy potential for each client. Remember South Dakota is the sleeper state for monster whitetails get in on the action now. We do not have any trophy fees here.
You can also do an archery whitetail pheasant combo; it’s a great way to take a break from the stand to enjoy some great pheasant hunting with your whitetail. We are also offering rifle whitetail hunts for 2010 now, we feel that we did the management practices right and are opening up to a very few rifle hunters for whitetails in 2010. These hunt can be done from the stand as well as drives for some monster whitetails, this hunt is on a very limited basis. This is your chance to get a great Midwest corn feed whitetail. These hunts are all-inclusive.
Spring Archery Turkey Hunts:
We have a great number of turkeys along the James River bottom ground, we offer eastern as well as Merriam turkeys here. We use ground blinds and decoys as well as hunts off the ground. We have some great trophy potential for some long beards. This is the same ground that we whitetail hunt on with rolling hills and wooded draws running down which make ideal roosting spots for our turkey population.
Want to get your gun ready and have some great target practice for upcoming pheasant hunt, get into the dove hunting action, we use decoys and do a lot of pass shooting over small grain fields, there is a lot of spring wheat and winter wheat planted here.
We also have a great opportunity for some predator hunts, we have some great spots for this, we use the rolling hills with ravines that go through them and use calls and decoys, it works best in the later season end of Nov -March, when the weather usually is cold and food is hard to come by.
Spring Goose Hunts:
This hunt is done from Mid-March until end of April, we use electric call with rags and decoys, it is a hard hunt but very rewarding if your here at the peak migration where you will see thousands of snows and blues, we usually set up in picked corn fields and wheat stubble. The sound is awesome when there is thousands around you.