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UGUIDE Week 3 Harvest Report By Camp

November 03, 2017 by

Weekly Crop % Harvested Data from USDA Nov.5, 2017 - Soybeans - Done, Corn - 61%, Sorghum - 73%, Sunflowers - 69%

Week 3 Results  (Numbers posted in average pheasants harvested per person per day in .5 increments +/- .25).  

Pheasant Harvest Totals are in (  # of total pheasant harvested )

Please Note: Faulkton and Meadow Creek are 4 day hunts and the rest of camps are 3 day hunts

Disclaimer:  Please consider the results below DO NOT factor in daily weather, crop harvest progress, shooting skills, dog skills, number of dogs and group hunting skills as well as total hours hunted during each day.

Tier 1

Faulkton - 0.7 average per day, harvested total = 29 Pheasants

J Bar Lazy 7 - 1.1 average per day, harvested total = 22 Pheasants

Meadow Creek - 1.5 average per day, harvested total = 29 Pheasants

Pheasant Camp Lodge - 1.0 average per day, harvested total = 22 Pheasants

West River Adventures - 1.7 average per day, harvested total = 49 Pheasants

Tier 2

Gunner's Haven - No Group

Authors Comments:  Temps much cooler than last year.

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Reader Comments

2 Comments on UGUIDE Week 3 Harvest Report By Camp


  • Good morning. I read your site often, and enjoy the banter. Can't beat dedicated outdoor's people. Your passion for the hunt and conservation is admirable. Although I do appreciate your candor and "not only listening to the State" for reports, would you agree that overall, the bird count in SD is down? I like the positive spin, and keeping your customers happy with "good news", but no matter who you talk to who hunted in SD this season, almost to a person, they said there were far less birds. I hunted for three days on private land (all wild birds) in the Kimball area, and it was more like the 2012 and 2013 seasons, than the past few. We got some birds, but far fewer. Most of the birds were mature, which made sense with the reports of a poor brood hatch in June. Again, I'm just trying to be real, and seeing if you agree or not. Happy Holidays, Mark

    Mark Constantine December 7, 2017 12:12 PM

  • Mark, I think the data speaks for itself.

    UGUIDE December 7, 2017 12:12 PM

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