The reason the above snapshots lack definitive details about the accommo- dations and the food – with words like various and some – is this is the first operation I’ve seen that offers so much variety and so many options. The main reason for this is the hunting spots are spread out over two states in the Great Plains.
With access to 150,000 acres at three locations in North Dakota and seven in South Dakota, Dennis Foster of Dakota Pheasant Guide can get hunters into just about any wild bird hunting situation they desire.
Foster has developed what just might be a unique relationship with land- owners who help the pheasant popula- tions out by creating environments where wildlife thrives. In addition to the obvious cornfields, the lands also offer diverse habitat options like grass- lands, CRP, shelterbelts, sloughs, creek bottoms and other food plots.