14,000 acres of ranches are uniquely positioned on the edge of the Black Hills. They convert from timbered canyon country to river bottom meadows to sagebrush prairie. Wildlife lives, feeds and reproduces in the greatest abundance on the edge on one environment change to the next. The variety of habitat on the ranches has given them a very highly diversified wildlife population. Mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, turkey, sharp tail grouse, sage hens, geese, ducks, pelicans, eagles, bobcats, coyotes, fox, beaver and prairie dogs, just to name the major species. This allows the hunter to experience a variety of wildlife viewing and hunting and Trout fishing.
Our two base camps are our ranch's headquarters. We have modern ranch houses that supply both clean and warm housing facilities. Meals are supplied by the wives of our ranch staff which gives you the opportunity to visit with the people who work the ranch. We believe the food is excellent and the only complaint has been that the volume is sometimes too high. Hunting opportunities can and do begin as you step out the door!
Our guides are good hunters and good people. They will do their best to help you find your way around the ranch, see some good animals and help plan your hunting strategy. Some hunters like a lot of assistance and some don't. We will try to meet your individual desires. Our combination hunts supply a lot of variety and pretty much fill your day, if you like a lot of activity. You can hunt deer early and late and then hunt antelope and turkey during the midday. Trout fishing, varmint and prairie dog hunting can be added anytime you feel the need for more excitement.
State Licensing Required