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Old 01-31-2011, 01:55 PM
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Best place to shoot Prairie Dogs?

Me and a couple of buddies are starting to plan a Prairie Dog shoot for early June. We are looking at South Dakota at the moment but I know that there are other options, what are you guys experience?

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My uncle and 4 of his buddies go down to South Dakota every year for them. They have been going for 15 years or so. I'm not exactly sure where it is but I will ask him when I get back from work.
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Right in the HEAD! I guess it doesn't matter where you hit them with the right bullet

We have prairie dogs everywhere here in CO
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South Dakota is where everyone goes, but Kansas and Oklahoma are probably the best sleeper states for prairie dogs.
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We are planning to go to south dakota because there is a ton of public ground, Ive been looking at Kansas and Oklahoma also.

If there is a rancher or land owner on here with some dogs, Id be willing to offer some cash for a couple days of shooting on private land.......

Jim
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Old 03-18-2011, 05:43 AM
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south dakota. Theres a good chance the rancher would pay YOU to shoot them for him. Cattle break their legs because of their holes. I got pheasant hunting every year and if we limit out early we go camp above a "dogtown" all afternoon and pick 'em off as they crawl out of their holes.
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Myself and some friends are leaving Sat. heading to WY. to go Dog hunting. This is the first time for 3 of us 2 have been before and say it's the most fun you can have with a gun.
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Myself and some friends are leaving Sat. heading to WY. to go Dog hunting. This is the first time for 3 of us 2 have been before and say it's the most fun you can have with a gun.
Yeah we ended up going to South Dakota. Only 2 of us ended up going but we ended up Shooting jost over 450 pdogs over 2 days of shooting. It was a blast. Im already planing next years trip.

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Old 07-21-2011, 01:35 PM
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I just got back from WY man was that fun! We're going somewhere closer to home next year so we can drive and bring benches and more guns!
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You really need two guns to let one cool down while you shoot the other.
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