Saturday, November 6, 2010

Cheyenne Signature Lodge

Premier Pheasant Hunting in South Dakota

As the prairie grasses crunch beneath your boots and the crisp, morning air meets your face, it is great to know you're experiencing South Dakota pheasant hunting at its finest. Among these meadows, cornfields, river bluffs, creek bottoms and rolling hillsides, you'll find North America's largest population of Chinese Ring-necked Pheasant.

Sought for its phenomenal upland bird hunting, extended season, diverse habitat and all-inclusive hunting packages, Cheyenne Ridge Signature Lodge is the first sporting venue to ever receive a Beretta Trident rating. The family-owned lodge provides a setting for field sports that makes pheasant hunting in South Dakota especially rewarding. When considering South Dakota hunting lodges, hunters prefer Cheyenne Ridge Signature Lodge for numerous reasons, including its 33 guest rooms and suites. Comfortably appointed, each is designed for single occupancy and has a private bath.

The season lasts seven months, from early September through the end of March, with hunters enjoying up to a 20-bird daily limit. Accompanied by professional hunting guides and highly trained flushing dogs that truly understand South Dakota pheasant hunting, guests can look forward to an all-inclusive hunt that is as productive as it is aesthetically pleasing, one that captures the spirit of South Dakota in the 1940's, 50's and 60's. The new standard that honors South Dakota's storied pheasant hunting traditions, Cheyenne Ridge Signature Lodge awaits your arrival.

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