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Guided Dog hunts?

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Dr.Rob, Feb 21, 2003.

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  1. Dr.Rob

    Dr.Rob Moderator Staff Member

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    Anyone around here know a good way to get a guided prarie dog hunt in S. Dakota or Montana??

    Dad just dropped me an e-mail stating that he and my uncle "have been casually talking about a guided prairie dog hunt. We might want to go to Montana or the Dakotas, or something like that. We're thinking about sleeping in a motel, eating in restaurants, having someone show us around, etc. "

    (He's not into roughing it on this one).

    So, any pointers?? Any outfitters? Any ranchers with a rodent problem? Let me know here or via PM or e-mail.

    Thanks.
     
  2. Dr.Rob

    Dr.Rob Moderator Staff Member

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    Anyone?

    I can assure you that these two fellas are reasonably housebroken.
     
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    I'll be sort of guiding one from 6-27 to 7-4 in hand and buffalo county but we got a lot of guys already.

    By guiding I mean I'll be showing some of the guys I work with where I go to shoot pdogs.

    If you're new to the area I suggest the Crow Creek reservation for east river, they got a lot of pdogs. I think they are on the web.
    The Crow Creek tribe has mapped all the dog towns and when you get your rez license make sure you get the rez hunting guide, it has a map to all the dog towns. If you still feel like you need a guide ask for Big Eagle's son, he does guiding.
     
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