South Dakota Mule Deer Hunting

South Dakota Mule Deer Hunting

South Dakota Mule Deer HuntingIf you’re looking for a true fair-chase South Dakota mule deer hunting trip on tens of thousands of acres of private land, then this is the right outfitter for you. Whether you’re interested in hunting trophy mule deer with bows, rifles, or muzzleloaders, their experienced guides will give you the best shot possible at bagging a monster buck.

This outfitter carefully manages the land you’ll be hunting—prairies and creek bottoms, fields and shelter belts, food plots and rough country—and strictly limits the number of hunters it works with every year to provide you with the best opportunities possible. To sweeten the deal even further, there are no trophy fees!

The Hunt

With this outfitter, you can usually count on seeing bucks that score from 140 to 160 points on your hunt—and often, you’ll see more than seventy deer a day! You can also choose to have a fully-guided or semi-guided hunt. Your guide will be a local hunter and rancher with years of experience, someone who’s intimately familiar with the land and its wildlife. South Dakota Mule Deer hunt

Your mule deer hunt will mainly be done with spot-and-stalk methods. There are also numerous stands and blinds that are kept in the field year-round so that the deer aren’t alarmed by them during the hunting season. Others are set up mid-season according to the deer’s movement patterns to get you as close as possible to your quarry, and portable blinds are available as well.

Be aware that there are certain point restrictions enforced in order to continue to provide great hunting for future years. If you don’t manage to take a trophy-worthy buck on your hunt (and the odds of that happening are very low), this outfitter can offer management hunting at the end of the trip so that you won’t go home empty-handed.

Rifle hunters must apply for tags before the season starts; bow hunting tags are guaranteed.

Meals and Lodging

South Dakota Mule DeerUp to six adults can stay at the comfortable lodge, where you’ll find comfortable beds (including two full-sized beds for couples), two full bathrooms, satellite television, and telephone and internet access.

Breakfast supplies, a refrigerator, and a microwave are available in the lodge, and lunch is provided in the field. A homemade dinner and dessert is served at the end of every day. You may bring along your own alcoholic drinks, but none are provided at the lodge.

Please contact Global Sporting Safaris personally to get all of the important details regarding these trophy South Dakota mule deer hunting trips.

Hunt Duration - Archery

5-Nights & 4-Days $3,350

Hunt Duration - Rifle

5-Nights & 4-Days $3,350

Hunting Methods Spots and stalk and blinds
Rates See above
Accomodations Ranch Style Lodging
Includes Includes Guides, Meals and Accommodations
Not Included Hunting licenses, tips
License & Permits Your outfitter will assist you in procuring proper licenses. Non-Resident Mule deer tag $335 or $505 for Special Drawing with 75% draw odds.
Travel Specifics

Fly into Rapid City, South Dakota and rent a car or arrange pickup by outfitter ($100).

Additional Info For detailed Information or to arrange this hunt please contact Rick Kennerknecht at 888-850-HUNT, Ext. 702 or 307-259-9603.

Payment Requirements (Deposit, etc)

50% of the total fees are due upon reservation of hunt dates, with the remaining balance due 75 days prior to date of arrival.

Rick KinnerknechtPlease contact the following GSS Hunting Consultant for any questions on this destination:

Rick Kennerknecht
toll free: 888-850-HUNT (4868) ext. 702
local: 307-235-4650
cell: 307-259-9603
email:

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