Where do we stay when we come?
- We are now using a lodge that is located in Humbolt, SD as our base for all hunters. Each Room is $35 per person with double occupancy available in each room. This is a brand new place with a bar and grill attached. There is also a place to cook your own food and a place to clean your birds and dispose of the carcasses.
How do we purchase licenses?
- Go to the SDGFP website, this is the recommeded way of getting your license so that you have it when you get here. But if you need it after you arrive the license can be purchased over the counter. http://gfp.sd.gov/
What Gear do I bring?
-Depending on the situation and place we hunt, you never know how the weather goes in South Dakota. So be prepared for any type of weather, the best thing to do will be to contact a guide 3-5 days prior to your arrival and we will inform you on the weather situation. Rubber knee high boots and headlamps.
What kind of shot is required for goose hunting?
-For any type of waterfowl in South Dakota steel shot is required. We recommed 3″ or 3.5 ” 2 shot, or BB. For spring snow goose hunts remember no plug is required so take that out of your gun if you want to, and add a tube extender with you have one.
What do we do with the birds after we shoot them?
-There is a two dollar per bird charge if we have to clean and dispose of them. Otherwise we will provide a place for you to clean them and dispose of them, in some places we can take them and have them processed for you. Bring a cooler if you intend on taking all the geese home with you. Remember if you go across state lines you must have a wing attached to the breast.
Have any other questions feel free to shoot us an email or give us a call. Will be glad to answer any questions you may have!