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South Dakota Duck Hunting

South Dakota Duck Hunting is truly the mecca for present day water fowler. In fact South Dakota duck hunting has become a “bucket list” hunt and replaced many waterfowler’s Canada trip every year.

Our guided SD duck hunts are primarily for mallards, pintails and gadwall and will more than likely be field hunts.  We conduct our SD duck hunts in the NE corner of the state, which is as close as it gets to paradise for a duck.  The area consists mainly of two things, potholes and rolling corn and bean fields, the perfect combination for ducks to thrive.

Our SD duck hunts take place in early to mid November when the migration is traditionally in full swing.  The majority of the hunts will be in corn or bean fields we scouted the previous day and had ducks feeding in them.

Our sets will be large spreads set up to kill ducks and honkers, with the emphasis being on mallards. Our duck hunting guides will be scouting the area extensively to find fresh birds to hunt every day.

3 day Guided South Dakota Duck Hunt (hunt only no lodging)

  • $850/person

5 day guided SD duck hunt

  • $1400/person

We require a minimum of 3 days of hunting for our guided SD duck hunts.  Hunts will be conducted in groups of 6-8 hunters.  Parties who book with 6 hunters or more will get a closed group with just them and their guides.

Each fall non resident South Dakota waterfowl licenses are done on a lottery basis with applications starting in June and ending in early July.  Please give your group plenty of time for us to help you with this.  Graham will walk you through the process over the phone to ensure your group is registered properly.

More licensing information and the non resident application can be found by clicking on the link below:

SD Non Resident Waterfowl Application

Videography Services

  • If you’d like to capture the memories of your hunt forever our videography services are a great add on to your hunt.  For more information on having your hunt recorded in HD, edited and put on a DVD click here
Guided Waterfowl Hunts Kansas

Lodging is NOT included in the price of the hunt but we will secure that for you at a local hunting lodge we lease out for our hunts.  Lodging will cost around $50/person per night.  There are several great restaurants in the areas we hunt to keep your belly full while your on your duck hunt!

We can soft schedule hunts over the phone but in order to reserve your day(s), we do require a 50% deposit for your entire party.  Deposits can be taken by a credit card over the phone or a check in the mail.  We recommend a card over the phone as it’s the easiest and quickest way that dates can be reserved.  If you choose to send a check please know your dates can’t be reserved until your check has been received.

We provide everything needed to be successful in the field, blinds, calling, decoys, flags etc

Here’s what you need to make sure you bring for your hunt

  • Gun (unless your renting from us)
  • Hunting license
  • Weather appropriate hunting clothing
  • Ammo (3’s or 4’s for ducks and 2’s and BB or BBB for geese)
  • Snacks for blind but no coolers, please only bring the minimum into the field.  NO ALCOHOL
  • Please make sure everyone in your group brings a face mask or face paint!  This is very important!

Want more information on what a typical day of goose hunting looks like with us?  Click Here

Cancellation policy – 50% non refundable deposit due upon booking hunt.  If weather or birds require us to postpone your hunt, your deposit will simply be re-applied to a later date.  No exceptions.