- Hunting license. You will need hunter
safety permit if born after 1961. Click here for online license:
- Shotgun, with plug, capable of holding a
maximum of three shells.
- Shells. These are
NOT pen raised and
released pheasants that have had their genetics diluted by
introduction of domestic pheasants into their gene pool. These
pheasants are wild. They are born in the wild from wild
pheasants. After 40 plus years of
hunting pheasants on this farm and this part of the state, and
thousands of wild birds killed, We require that you shoot 3" magnum 12 gauge, lead, four
or five shot.
Your are not saving any money by shooting lighter loads.
If you shoot lighter loads, you'll shoot more shells and wound,
cripple and lose too many pheasants.
- Do yourself and the birds a favor - Hunt with enough firepower to
get the job done with a clean kill.
- Orange hat or vest
- Hunting vest to carry your birds
- Approved shooting glasses
Weather can be downright cold anytime after late October, however,
we are in the mild part of the state and it is not uncommon to be
hunting in jackets and unlined gloves in December. Most
winters here are snowless, or very light snow cover.
- light leather gloves for early morning shooting
- lightly lined gloves anytime after Nov 1 or as
you may need
- waterproof boots for crossing creeks
- insulated boots for pheasant hunting anytime after
- Layers of windproof clothing
- A warm hat if the weather is to be cool
- Click here for temperature averages and
Please call me, Kerry Schorsch,
701-579-4703 if you have any questions or to book your hunt.