Re: [Women Hunters] South Dakota bird hunting
Sorry I haven't answered this sooner, but we just got back from safari
hunting in Tanzania. My husband did most of the shooting, but I am EXCITED to share
that I got my impala, a frontal shot, at 150 yards, with one shot to his
heart. He is the East African impala....really pretty.
We offer pheasant hunting in South Dakota, and I obviously would like to see
you book with us. That aside, there are a lot of different options available
to a hunter in South Dakota....and a lot of them are very poor. As the
popularity of hunting has grown, many people are enterting the market, and most of
them have no little hunting experience. I would go as far as saying that they
see hunters only a way to make money, and have little interest in the quality
of hunt that is offered.
I would suggest reviewing our website, www.andersenfarms.com for information.
I would also ask specific questions of anyone you choose to book with, and
my first question would be if that person is a hunter. Also, make sure you
understand exactly what is offered, as often more if "suggested" than actually
We were gone for a month, and this is my first day back in the office. If
you have specific questions, feel free to contact me and I'll try to help.
Pheasant hunting in SD can be a wonderful time. We have lots of little birds
already flying, and I think some of the males will soon start to get color...it's
a fun thing to watch.
Charlotte Andersen, M.D.
Premium South Dakota Pheasant Hunting
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