Wednesday, September 4, 2019

MN 2019 Pheasant Hunting Season

Pheasant hunting season

Location 
Statewide
Date
Oct. 12, 2019 to Jan. 1, 2020 
More Information
Contact the DNR’s pheasant hunting page. 

Where To Hunt

Grouse range
The Upper Minnesota River Valley offers tremendous opportunities for pheasant hunters. The Lac qui Parle Wildlife Management Area covers 33,000 acres. The Big Stone National Wildlife Refuge adds another 11,000 acres. Plus there are literally hundreds of wildlife management areas and waterfowl production areas in the region that are all open to public hunting. The new Walk-In Access program offers 1,000 acres in the area.

Make sure to check with the official state DNR / Game / Hunting authorities to confirm that no changes to the seasons have taken place.
MN DNR Website


Tuesday, September 3, 2019

SD 2019 Pheasant Hunting Season Dates and Information

Key Dates

DescriptionDates
Pheasant Season -Youth Only Season Dates
Start: Oct 5, 2019
End: Oct 9, 2019

Pheasant Season - Resident Only Season Dates
Start: Oct 12, 2019
End: Oct 14, 2019

Pheasant Season - TraditionalSeason Dates
Start: Oct 19, 2019
End: Jan 5, 2020

Daily Limit:

3 rooster pheasants

Possession Limit:

15 rooster pheasants, taken according to the daily limit. The limit accrues at the rate of 3 birds a day, and 15 birds may not be possessed until after the fifth day of hunting.

Open Area:

All of South Dakota except the following: Sand Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Brown County is open Dec. 10, 2018-Jan. 6, 2019. Renziehausen Game Production Area and Game Bird Refuge in Brown and Marshall Counties, Gerken Game Bird Refuge in Faulk County and White Lake Game Bird Refuge in Marshall County are open Dec. 1, 2018 - Jan. 6, 2019.

Shooting Hours:

Noon Central Time for the first 7 days of the season; 10 a.m. Central Time, to sunset the rest of the season. Central Time is used for opening shooting hours statewide.

License Requirements:

Residents: Small Game License, any Combination License, Youth Small Game License or 1-Day Small Game License Nonresidents: Nonresident Small Game License or Nonresident Youth Small Game License (each valid for two 5-day hunting periods; start dates must be identified before license issued). Multiple licenses may be purchased to hunt more than the two 5-day periods allowed by one license.

Make sure to check with the official state DNR / Game / Hunting authorities to confirm that no changes to the seasons have taken place.

SD Game and Fish 

 

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

ND 2019 Pheasant Hunting Season Dates and Information

Pheasant Hunting

Has Youth Season

Yes

ND Resident Only

No

Lottery

No

 

Season Dates

Season Hunting Units Opens Closes Season Dates Status
Youth Statewide Finalized
Regular (Male Pheasants Only) Statewide Finalized




Regulations

Species Specific Regulations
Daily Limit 3
Possession Limit 12
Shooting Hours 30 minutes before sunrise to sunset.
NOTE: In accordance with state law, nonresidents are not allowed to hunt on Game and Fish Department wildlife management areas or conservation PLOTS (Private Land Open To Sportsmen) areas from October 12-18, 2019.

Make sure to check with the official state DNR / Game / Hunting authorities to confirm that no changes to the seasons have taken place.


ND DNR Website

Friday, August 10, 2018

ND 2018 Pheasant Hunting Season Dates and Information

Pheasant Hunting

Has Youth Season

Yes

ND Resident Only

No

Lottery

No
The dates listed below are tentative until the season's proclamation is signed. Closing dates will be posted after the proclamation is signed and dates are finalized.

Season Dates

Season Hunting Units Opens Closes Season Dates Status
Youth Statewide Finalized
Regular (Male Pheasants Only) Statewide Finalized

License Requirements

Residents must possess the following licenses:
  • Fishing, Hunting, and Furbearer Certificate
  • Small Game License (Not required of residents under age 16) and General Game and Habitat License
    or
    Combination License (includes Small Game, General Game and Habitat, Furbearer, and Fishing licenses)
Nonresidents must possess the following licenses:
  • Fishing, Hunting, Furbearer Certificate
  • General Game and Habitat License
  • Nonresident Small Game License (good for two 7-day periods or one 14-day period)
  • Nonresident Youth Hunting Licenses - A nonresident under age 16 need only purchase a North Dakota resident fishing, hunting and furbearer certificate and a North Dakota resident general game and habitat license to hunt small game and waterfowl, except swans and wild turkeys; provided that the nonresident's state of residence, or province or territory of Canada, provides a reciprocal licensing agreement for North Dakota residents who are also under age 16. (Currently states of AL, AR, CO, CT, ID, KY, LA, MI, MN, MO, MS, NE, NJ, NY, OH, SC, TN, TX, WA and WI qualify.) To be eligible, a nonresident youth must not turn 16 before September 1 of the year for which the license is issued, and must possess a certificate of completion for a certified hunter education course. The nonresident youth may only hunt under the supervision of an adult family member or legal guardian who is licensed to hunt small game or waterfowl in this state and is subject to the same regulations as that youth's adult family member or legal guardian. Youth from states that do not qualify for reciprocity must obtain required adult nonresident licenses.

Regulations

Species Specific Regulations
Daily Limit 3
Possession Limit 12
Shooting Hours 30 minutes before sunrise to sunset.

Make sure to check with the official state DNR / Game / Hunting authorities to confirm that no changes to the seasons have taken place. 

ND DNR Website

SD 2018 Pheasant Hunting Season Dates and Information

SD Key Dates

DescriptionDates
Pheasant Season -Youth Only Season Dates
Start: Oct 6, 2018
End: Oct 10, 2018

Pheasant Season - Resident Only Season Dates
Start: Oct 13, 2018
End: Oct 15, 2018

Pheasant Season - TraditionalSeason Dates
Start: Oct 20, 2018
End: Jan 6, 2019

Make sure to check with the official state DNR / Game / Hunting authorities to confirm that no changes to the seasons have taken place. 

SD DNR site



Daily Limit:

3 rooster pheasants

Possession Limit:

15 rooster pheasants, taken according to the daily limit. The limit accrues at the rate of 3 birds a day, and 15 birds may not be possessed until after the fifth day of hunting.

Open Area:

All of South Dakota except the following: Sand Lake National Wildlife Refuge in Brown County, Renziehausen Game Production Area and Game Bird Refuge in Brown and Marshall Counties, Gerken Game Bird Refuge in Faulk County and White Lake Game Bird Refuge in Marshall County are open Dec. 11, 2017 - Jan. 7, 2018.

Shooting Hours:

Noon Central Time for the first 7 days of the season; 10 a.m. Central Time, to sunset the rest of the season. Central Time is used for opening shooting hours statewide.

License Requirements:

Residents: Small Game License, any Combination License, Youth Small Game License or 1-Day Small Game License Nonresidents: Nonresident Small Game License or Nonresident Youth Small Game License (each valid for two 5-day hunting periods; start dates must be identified before license issued).

MN 2018 Pheasant Hunting Season

MN Pheasant hunting

10/13/18 - 01/01/19




Limits: 2 per day, 6 possession or December 1 to close of season 3 per day, 9 possession

MN State DNR Site 

Make sure to check with the official state DNR / Game / Hunting authorities to confirm that no changes to the seasons have taken place.