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South Dakota Prairie Dog Hunting | Guides & Outfitters
Below is a list of every South Dakota guide, lodge, and outfitter offering prairie dog hunts. I made this directory (with actual links) to give you the largest source of places to shoot prairie dogs in SD. Every outfitter is different. Some spend a lot of money getting a fancy website built, some choose to build their sites themselves. It is important to remember that the look of a website has nothing to do with the quality of the hunt. I encourage you to take a look at each outfitter, pick a few that interest you, and then give them a quick call or E-mail. I hope this resource helps you on your search for a quality South Dakota prairie dog hunt.
Bad River Bucks & Birds / Draper, SD / (605) 669-3340
Guaranteed this will be one of the most relaxing rifle hunts you have ever been on. This is that hunt that everybody is looking for...high volume shooting, no walking, numerous targets, and best of all, no early mornings. This is a great way to acknowledge how different guns, bullets, etc. do in wind and how they’ll perform at a variety of distances. You will have the luxury to hunt at least 3 of our 40 different towns that we hunt. Town sizes will vary from 20 acres to 400 acres of solid prairie dogs. Best of all, our guest typically shoot over 200 rounds a day.
Oak Creek Outfitters / Winner, SD / (605) 840-0182
Oak Creek Outfitters offers guided prairie dog hunts in South Dakota on both private and Rosebud Sioux tribal land. If you are researching the best places to shoot dogs, you should definitely consider Oak Creek. With thousands of available acres, endless targets, knowledgeable & safe guides (who are also registered tribal guides), clean & comfortable lodging, and a dedication to you and your group's hunt, why wouldn't you give Oak Creek a look. Prairie dog hunting offers lots of shooting and is really a lot of fun. Why not hunt in the best areas with a quality outfitter?
Circle View Guest Ranch / Interior, SD / (605) 433-5582
Due to popular interest, we now have prairie dog hunting available year-round. Hunting prices are for land access only. No benches, guides or equipment included. Hunting is $85 per person per day. No half day hunts available. Hunting will only be available to guests staying at Circle View Guest Ranch. There is an additional charge for lodging and meals. Out of state residents must have a Predator/Varmint license to hunt.
Crooked Creek Outfitters / Pierre, SD / (605) 224-8156
South Dakota hunting with Crooked Creek Outfitters offers prime mule deer hunts, antelope hunts, and prairie dog hunts in "almost" Montana. The hunting area covers over 32,000 acres, some of which borders Montana. The hunting area is located in Harding County, South Dakota. Over 800 acres of prime Prairie Dog hunting. Our rates includes guide, lodging, meals, in the field transportation and local taxes. No license required. Airport transportation can be arranged.
Double K Guide Service / Gregory, SD / (605) 830-1128
If you're looking for a prairie dog hunt that justifies your trip to South Dakota, you want to hunt with us. We hunt prairie dogs on the Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservation in south-central SD. The Rosebud Reservation is arguably the #1 place to hunt prairie dogs in South Dakota, if not the whole U.S. You can expect to shoot between 300 and 500 rounds per day on our prairie dog hunts. Trust us, this is about the most fun you can legally have. South Dakota prairie dog hunting is becoming the preferred destination for hunters looking for the best place to shoot prairie dogs. The #1 reason is SD has the best prairie dog hunting areas if you want to shoot hundreds of rounds per day. The Rosebud reservation is full of these varmints so you won't be short of targets.
Firesteel Creek Lodge / Isabel, SD / (605) 466-2453
Phenomenal, extraordinary, and unparalleled are just some of the words that hunters have used to describe the Prairie Dog Hunting here at Firesteel Creek Lodge. With over 2,500 acres of prairie dog towns, you won't be disappointed. It is common for hunters to shoot hundreds of prairie dogs everyday. Our experienced guides will take you to a different dog town every day to ensure you get the best hunt possible. We start hunting dogs the second week of May and continue through the summer months into September.