Bad River Bucks & Birds, LLC, located on a 100-year old family owned ranch in the rugged heart of South Dakota, is groomed for wildlife in its natural habitat.
Home to the best South Dakota pheasant hunting and some of the largest deer in the state, the ranch regularly plants both cover and food plots to attract a variety of upland game and deer as well as prairie dogs and other game. A portion of the land is designated as a hunting preserve, which allows for exclusive early and late season hunting.
Trophy sized whitetail and mule deer, as well as pronghorn antelope, are as common as the panoramic sunsets.
Here the hunter will find sanctuary. Whether quietly huddling in a blind among never-ending fields of reed canary grass, tracking through a foot of fresh snow on a silent morning or celebrating a successful hunt among friends at our amazing lodge…view our virtual tour!
We are already booking your hunts for the 2014 hunting season, so please make sure you contact us to confirm your dates immediately. Or conveniently Book Your Hunt online now!
Most of our prices are going to remain the same, except we are reintroducing Hungarian Partridge to the Upland Preserve Hunts in 2014 which will require us to slightly increase those hunting rates. This 3 day hunt, 4 night stay, all inclusive is now $2,095 per hunter and we will allow two partridge per day per hunter!
Another new feature in 2014 is our Gold Package. This 3 day, 4 night, all inclusive hunt will allow each hunter to shoot 8 pheasants per day from both our preserve and a large amount of wild birds for $2,695 per hunter.
We are very excited for this upcoming year and hope all of you check out our website and Facebook page to read all of our latest news, check out our updated gallery, and have viewed our videos!
If you have any questions, please email usor call the lodge at (605) 669-3440.
Bad River Bucks & Birds is thrilled to show you two new compilation videos from recent hunts! One is focused on a tremendous pheasant hunt and the other has several deer hunts combined to show you some buck fever.
Watch them below and tell us what you think! Be sure to share them as well.