Our lodges are clean, comfortable & strategically located in the heart of pheasant country!
High-Quality South Dakota Pheasant Hunts
What makes a top-notch pheasant hunting experience?
High Bird Numbers – Our land is centered between Chamberlain, Winner, and Gregory, also known as the “Golden Triangle of Pheasant Hunting” …we definitely have very high bird numbers!
Safe & Knowledgeable Guides – The owners of Rockin’ Ringnecks personally guide every group. Our #1 priority is to give you a safe and memorable hunt because it is our business and we want you to return year after year.
Quality Lodging – We built a brand new 4,000 square foot lodge in 2015, right in the town of Dallas, SD. Next to the main lodge, we also built a smaller log cabin with 6 beds. In addition to those 2 lodges, we have our lodge in the country that can sleep up to 8. Check out our lodging page for pics and info.
Location, Location, Location – Pheasant hunting in South Dakota is a major social event and we guarantee you won’t find an atmosphere more fun than Frank Day’s Bar during pheasant season. It is a great place to discuss the day’s hits & misses, meet other hunters from around the country, and make memories that your group will never forget. Frank Day’s Bar and Cody’s Bar are both just a block away from our lodges.
New additions for 2022…Boone & Moxie. Excited to see them in action this Fall!
Our main goal is to give you and your group an unforgettable South Dakota pheasant hunt. With great guides, very clean & comfortable lodges, and a focus on SAFETY, we are confident you will be satisfied with your trip to Rockin’ Ringnecks.
We strive to make our South Dakota pheasant hunting trips fun, safe, and stress-free for you and your group. If you have any questions about our offerings, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Pheasant hunting is our business and we love showing our hunters a good time!
REMINDER: The 2022 SD pheasant season opens October 15th and runs til the January 31st, 2023. If you would rather hunt before those dates, we also have access to a preserve and the preserve season begins September 1st.