Pahapesto Guiding Service

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3 hunting trips from 1 outfitter starting from $1,750

3 hunts
$1,750 starting from
1 animal
1955km to the nearest trip

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Terry and family Pahapesto Guiding Service
9.8 of 10

Hunting experience

10.0

Accomodation and hospitality

9.7

Professional hunters / staff

9.7

Game quality

10.0

Value for money

9.7
Based on 6 reviews

Tripp County is home to outstanding mule deer and white-tail bucks, along with antelope, turkey, pheasants, grouse, coyotes, and prairie dogs.​​ Terry and his family are tribal guides for the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, which allows for hunters to have access to hundreds of thousands of prime hunting acres. Hunters will have access to both Tribal and private land. Having this access provides hunters with the opportunity to enter both state and tribal draws, which doubles their chances of drawing a tag. Tribal applications are due in May. There is a 1st drawing, followed by a 2nd drawing, followed by a date to call in and pick up leftover tags on a first call first serve basis. It is important to stay in touch with the Rosebud Game and Fish department (RSTGFP.net) to stay on top of these dates. There are normally leftover muzzleloader tags up until August. The applications and deadline for state tags comes after the tribal draw is completely over. This allows hunters to determine if they have drawn a tribal tag before applying for a state tag. If unsuccessful through the tribe, the hunter will then apply for state tags in unit 60 and unit 50A & 50B. State archery tags are over the counter, but tribal archery tags are through a drawing process. Feel free to call or email us and we would be happy to walk you through/explain the drawing process. All hunts are fair chase and we boast a 90% overall success rate on big game. We are proud to say that we had a 100% shot opportunity in 2016 on EVERY SINGLE HUNT. There are no hidden fees for any of our hunts; no trophy fees, and no room and board fees. Terry and his sons pride their business on creating affordable and enjoyable hunts. Hunters will stay in the recently finished lodge on the Maier ranch where they will receive home-cooked meals, fully guided hunts, and the opportunity to hunt trophy bucks, birds, coyotes, and prairie dogs. Transportation will be arranged to and from the airport. ​If you are looking for a great hunting experience that exposes you to the beautiful remote SD countryside, contact us. Please feel free to call anytime with questions.

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Whitetail Deer-Archery 2019

Whitetail Deer-Archery 2019 United States

Fully guided and includes your lodging and an optional meal plan! Tripp County is home to outstanding mule deer and white-tail bucks, along with antelope. Our hunter will have access to hundreds of thousands of prime hunting acres between our private land and the Rosebud Sioux Tribe. Our archery whitetail hunts are done through natural ground blinds, GhostBlinds, and some tree stands. The Whitetail numbers in our area are very high and are also strictly managed to ensure that you have the best chance possible to harvest a trophy buck. In 2016 we were 100% Pope and Young on our harvested archery whitetails. All hunts are fair chase and we boast a 90% overall success rate on big game. We are proud to say that we had a 100% shot opportunity in 2016 on EVERY SINGLE HUNT. There are no hidden fees for any of our hunts; no trophy fees, no room and board fees. Meals can be added for $50 a day or bring your own cooler to save some money. Gratuity is appreciated, but not mandatory. Tribal applications are due in May while state applications are available in June and are OVER THE COUNTER! Just send us a message or call and we would be happy to explain the drawing process to you! we also offer a written explanation on our page on BookYourHunt. If the hunter does not draw we will keep the deposit for the following year or apply it towards another hunt. We offer free coyote hunting with the purchase of any big game hunt. ​​To enter the tribal draw visit: RSTGFP.net ----> 2017 Applications Due: May 19 2017 Season Dates: Sept. 2 - Dec. 31 ​To enter the state draw visit: gfp.sd.gov/hunting/ ----> 2017 Applications Due: No Deadline 2017 Season Dates: Sept. 23 - Dec. 31

Trip duration: 5 days

Hunting season: 2 Sep 2019 31 Dec 2019

$1,750 for 1 hunter and 1 guest
2019 Whitetail Muzzleloader Hunt

2019 Whitetail Muzzleloader Hunt United States

Fully guided and includes your lodging and an optional meal plan. We are located in south central South Dakota and pride ourselves on affordable, quality hunting trips. This muzzleloader hunt will take place on Rosebud Sioux Tribe lands and is home to fantastic whitetail bucks. In 2016 our muzzleloader hunts enjoyed a 100% shot opportunity rate. This October hunt is a fantastic time to catch some great bucks during the pre-rut before the crowds during the rifle season start to move deer. the RST also allows hunters to use scopes on their muzzleloaders! Let us guide you to the buck of your dreams, without draining your bank account! This is a 4 day/ 5 night hunt that includes everything you will need. Meals can be added for $50 a day or bring your own cooler to save some money. We even have a muzzleloader if you want to try it out but don't have the gun. The best part is that even if you miss the deadline to apply for a tag, there are normally leftover tags available up until August! Call or email us with any questions, we would be happy to walk you through the application process! Apply for Tribal Tags here: rstgfp.net

Trip duration: 5 days

Hunting season: 15 Dec 2019 31 Dec 2019

$2,250 for 1 hunter
2019 White Tail Deer Rifle Hunt

2019 White Tail Deer Rifle Hunt United States

Fully guided and includes your lodging and an optional meal plan! Tripp County is home to outstanding mule deer and white-tail bucks, along with antelope, turkey, prairie dog, coyotes, pheasants, and grouse. Hunters will have access to tribal and private ground allowing for hundreds of thousands of prime hunting acres. The rifle whitetail hunts are done either from ghost blinds or spot and stalk. All hunts are fair chase and we boast a 90% overall success rate on big game. We are proud to say that we had a 100% shot opportunity in 2016 on EVERY SINGLE HUNT. There are no hidden fees for any of our hunts; no trophy fees, no room and board fees. Meals can be added for $50 a day or bring your own cooler to save some money. Gratuity is appreciated, but not mandatory. Tribal applications are due in May while state application are available in June and are due in July. Just send us a message or call and we would be happy to explain the drawing process to you! we also offer a written explanation on our page on BookYourHunt. If the hunter does not draw we will keep the deposit for the following year or apply it towards another hunt. We offer free coyote hunting with the purchase of any big game hunt. ​​To enter the tribal draw visit: RSTGFP.net ----> 2017 Applications Due: May 19 2017 Season Dates: Nov. 10 - Nov. 25 ​To enter the state draw visit: gfp.sd.gov/hunting/ ----> 2017 Applications Due: July 13 2017 Season Dates: Nov. 10 - Nov. 25 2018 West River Special Buck Application Due: April 13

Trip duration: 5 days

Hunting season: 10 Nov 2019 25 Nov 2019

$2,500 for 1 hunter
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