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GreatWhiteNorth517 02-28-2019 08:36 PM

DIY Prairie Dog hunt
 
Any suggestions for a DIY p-dog hunt this summer?

AllenW 03-08-2019 10:30 AM

Contact the ranchers associations in the area you want to hunt and ask them for suggestions, also the states DNR may help.

There are some PD forums/web sites but I haven't had much luck with them, they seem to lead you to heavily shot area's.

Medora ND was a good place for us years back I had contacted the RA out there and she gave me probably a dozen ranches to shoot on and who to contact.

Also the Eagle Butte area was good but a bit more heavily hunted, least it was years back.
We got a few spots there by asking a local policeman.

Watch out for places like Rosebud, not only do they want a licence to hunt, but last I heard they still want a guide to go with ya.
No Guide, no hunt.

I was hoping to get out one last time before I sold my varmint rifle but don't look like it..if there's dogs, it's a lot of fun.

Geysers of guts...lol

Al

7 Mag 03-19-2019 10:53 AM

[QUOTE=GreatWhiteNorth517;6294120]Any suggestions for a DIY p-dog hunt this summer?[/QUOTE]

Lots of public land in Wyoming, check out unit 47 near Casper.

Got Eyeballs? 03-26-2019 02:47 PM

Western SD also has tremendous opportunities. Public and Tribal land.


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