Warne Ranches



Address:

United States

South Dakota

3520 Lambeth Place Pierre


Coordinates:

Latitude: 44.409887

Longitude: -100.303957


Cody Warne

Contact:

605-224-1445


Communication language

English


E-mail

codybuckwarne@msn.com

Web-site

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Pheasant Hunts

 

 

Ringneck pheasants have made South Dakota famous over the last 67 years since the first season was introduced, since then it is still one of the state's greatest social and family traditions. Hunting them is done in the traditional style alternating walkers and blockers behind well-seasoned gun dogs, both shooters having excellent opportunities at fast flying roosters. Habitat is a mixture of 2,400 acres of chest high prairie grasses and alfalfa, blended with endless food plots of milo, millet, corn and sunflowers. Throughout five generations, shelterbelts of Russian Olive, cedar, juniper, cottonwood, and plum trees have also been planted and provide the ideal winter habitat and protection for all kinds of wildlife.

 

 

You can expect to see hundreds if not thousands of wild pheasants everyday during your hunt. Sharp-tail grouse, Hungarian Partridge and the greater prairie chicken also inhabit these same areas and make great bonus birds.

 

 

Waterfowl Hunts

 

 

World class waterfowl hunting is available from the end of September and continues through mid-February. Located in the heart of the prairie pothole region, numerous species of ducks breed and nest amongst our 26 private sloughs and ponds. During the fall they feed in the abundant grain fields and food plots. You can usually expect to shoot mixed bags of mallards, teal, gadwall, widgeon, and pintails. The Warne Ranch is well known for its managed wetlands and flooded food plots that are kept open throughout the winter with our free-flowing hot artesian wells.

 

 

Starting around the first of November, thousands of migrating Snows, Speckle Bellies and Canada Geese also pass through this area and winter on the four major state waterfowl refuges surrounding the ranch. Over 650,000 geese spend most of the fall and winter here roosting in the open waters along the Missouri river and feeding in and around our harvested grain fields. This provides fantastic goose hunting opportunites through mid-February. Waterfowl hunts can be combined with the pheasant hunt, hunting both in the same day. Guaranteed 3-day non-resident waterfowl licenses are available for our area, the unit is NRW-00X.

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