Upland Pheasant Hunting

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We are a licensed hunting preserve. You can shoot hens and cocks and there is no bag limit!

 

At Cherrybend we strive to provide hunting conditions as close to a wild hunt as we can. Indeed, we release pheasant to keep the fields propogated. For each hunter, a minimum of 4 pheasant are released prior to the hunt(or quail and chukar equivalant). Starting in early November we have a strong population of Residuals birds that enhance your hunting experience.

 

Safety is our number one priority. We are fortunate to have alot of space. Therefore, when you hunt with us you have your very own private,  designated area-which may be from 25-60 acres. Our fields have natural boundaries that make it easy to distinguish fields. By assigning fields, safety goes up and also no one will come over and hunt your birds.  On light days with few hunter's, we do allow hunters to spread out. (Hunter's must be given permission to do so.)

 

Thanksgiving Day thru the Sunday after require a 12 bird minimum release per field. The Farm will be booked for those days. Call ahead to reserve as we do not overbook the Farm.

 

Non-Member Hunt $123 each (2 or less hunters)

  • 1/2 Day of hunting on the Farm
  • Private Fields
  • 4 pheasant released per hunter (2 hens and 2 cocks)
  • Residual pheasant taken for $15 

 

Non-Member Group Hunt $118 each (3 or more hunters in group)

  • 1/2 Day of hunting on the Farm
  • Private Fields
  • 4 pheasant released per hunter (2 hens and 2 cocks)
  • Residual pheasant taken for $15 (no bag limit)

 

Guided Hunts--Dogs are strongly recommended!

Our farm has dense areas of cover that provide habitiat for the birds.  We have strips of sorghum, wheat stubble, soybeans and corn. It is very difficult to hunt these areas without a well trained hunting dog.

  • Guides can be scheduled with you and will work their well trained hunting dogs to find and put up the birds for you. It is exciting to watch the dogs doing what they were bred to do.  The guides work independently for tips.