Aberdeen Rolls Out Orange Carpet for South Dakota Pheasant Hunters
The Aberdeen, South Dakota area is a popular destination for both the public land and outfit-based pheasant hunter. Aberdeen and the surrounding area have more than 200,000 acres of public hunting land available, and an assortment of guides and lodges. Last season, hunters in Aberdeen’s Brown County harvested more than 60 pheasants per square mile.
To help pheasant hunters thinking about making a trip to the area, the Aberdeen Convention & Visitors Bureau has a redesigned and improved website, www.HuntFishSD.com. The site includes:
- Lists of guide services, hunting lodges, hotels, campgrounds and dining throughout the area to accommodate hunters
- Public hunting maps
- Register to win a Browning Maxus Hunter shotgun – it’s free!
- The popular Million Dollar Bird promotion
“There is plenty of room for all hunters to bag their limit, enjoy the hunt, and possibly to put some coin in their pockets. Hunting is a tradition in this area and Aberdeen businesses roll out the “orange carpet” and Midwest hospitality to welcome our hunters,” says Casey Weismantel, Outdoor Media Representative with the Aberdeen Convention & Visitors Bureau. As the website notes, “The Birds Are Here, Are You?”
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