STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Grilled Pheasant Kabobs
Super Bowl Sunday is one of the most popular grilling days of the year. In fact, it's the seventh largest. And to top it off, it is the biggest outdoor cooking day of the winter months.
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STAFF BLOG REPUBLIC INSIDER Ready, aim, fire
South Dakota's unofficial state holiday starts at noon Saturday, when the 2010 pheasant season hits full speed.
Of course, the season kinda opened last weekend with the residents-only opener. I saw a... Posted on 10/15/10 at 12:30 PM
Thousands of hunters will head into South Dakota’s fields today, chasing roughly 7.5 million pheasants, most of which are concentrated in the central and eastern reaches of the state.
Who has the advantage?
The pheasants do, according to Department of Game, Fish and Parks employees, because a string of natural occurrences throughout 2009 has given those millions of birds plenty of places to hide.
Despite the ring-necked pheasant’s status as the state bird and most lucrative game species in South Dakota, the state has never had a master plan to secure the future of pheasant hunting.
That will soon change with the development of the Department of Game, Fish and Parks’ first-ever “Ring-Necked Pheasant Management Plan.”
PIERRE — A state Game, Fish and Parks Commission member wants to raise the cost of tagging pheasants shot at commercial shooting preserves — hiking the tag cost by as much as 10 times — to raise money that would provide more public access to hunting grounds.
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