Hunting Package s ​​

Daily Rate: $700 per day

All-Inclusive: 
  • Professionally guided hunts with our dogs (yours are welcome).
  • Three pheasant daily limit (option to increase the bird limit). 
  • Cleaning and packaging of your game.
  • Lodging in the beautiful Orchard Lodge and all it's amenities. 
  • Daily Hors d'oeuvres. 
  • All full course, home-cooked meals. 
  • Refreshments in the field. 
  • Orchard Lodge hunting cap. 
  • Daily maid service. 
  • Trap shooting on request​
 
Not Included: 
  • Sales tax (5.5%)
  • Gratuity
  • Shotgun and shells (available on request)
  • License

Walk-in Group: $350 per day 
  • Three pheasant limit.
  • Gratuity not included.

Non-Shooting Guests: $200.00 per day 

Hunting Dates for Upland Game:
September through March  

Reservations: 
We encourage our groups to arrive early in order to settle in, acquaint themselves with The Orchard Lodge, and not rush the start of a wonderful experience. 
A group size of thirteen or more is required to reserve the entire Lodge.
A $500 nonrefundable deposit per hunter to hold your calendar dates. 
A $100 per day discount to groups of thirteen or more.
A $50 per day discount to groups of 7-12 hunters

Winter Hunts: 
January 2 through March 31 are discounted $150 per day off the regular price for parties of 6 or more​

License Fee: 
  • Non-resident license fee for small game (includes pheasant) - approximately $125.00/10-day(can be split into 2x5day periods)
  • Non-resident license fee for only preserve hunting areas (approximtely) - $75/5 day - $125.00/all year
  • http://gfp.sd.gov/licenses/general-hunt-fish

Note:
South Dakota public pheasant hunting always starts the third Saturday in October and continues through the end of the year. The daily bag-limit is three roosters, with a possession limit of fifteen. We also hunt our preserve-land that is licensed by the South Dakota Game Fish and Parks Commission. This license allows us to hunt from September 1 to March 31 in those designated areas. Because of our location in south central South Dakota even the preserve shooting areas for pheasants are predominantly native birds. The preserve areas allow us to, not only, extend our hunting season, but to increase our hunter’s daily limit.