Guided Pheasant Hunts in South Dakota
The hunting land of Rieger Creek Lodge is the best kept secret in South Dakota pheasant hunting. High bird counts, easy terrain, and strategically placed food plots help to draw the pheasants onto the land controlled by Rieger Creek Lodge. All of these factors combine to make hunting at Rieger Creek an exceptional experience.
Plains Pheasant Hunting
Private Pheasant Hunting LandExclusive to Your Group
The pheasant hunting land at Rieger Creek Lodge is all private and relatively easy terrain. With flat fields and only slight inclines most hunters are more than capable to handle the walking that is required when hunting pheasants. Well spaced trees cover a portion of the pheasant hunting ground to provide shelter for the pheasants but are still easily walked through by hunters and dogs.
At Rieger Creek Lodge hunting groups are never mixed and you will have a professional guide exclusively for your group. The hunting land and food plots are manicured to fit groups of any size. All groups will have the use of our amazing hunting dogs but you are welcome to bring your own.
All Inclusive Pheasant Hunting Experience
Hunters to South Dakota will be welcomed by rolling hills, vast grasslands and a relaxed ambience that cannot be duplicated. As you arrive at the lodge, you will be greeted by your guide and given time to settle in and relax. Most days begin early, but groups are welcome to adjust daily schedules to their groups needs. You will find that the days at Rieger Creek have a gentle flow, nothing is rushed, allowing hunters to relax, enjoy and decompress. This is the perfect environment for corporate groups or anyone looking to get away and enoy South Dakota's best pheasant hunting.
Well Maintained Food Plots
Pheasants typically stay near their food supply, which is why Rieger Creek Lodge plants food plots in strategic locations. These food plots provide food for the many pheasants that call the Rieger Creek land home and help them to remain. Hunters are allowed to walk through the food plots and the adjoining fields and dogs will frequently flush several pheasants at a time out of the food plots.
South Dakota Bird Count
Walworth and Campbell counties are predicted by the South Dakota Games Fish and Park to have 125 to 225 birds per square mile of hunting land. The Rieger Creek pheasant hunting land is located in the heart of these counties.