South Carolina Pheasant Hunting
Directory of 19 South Carolina Pheasant hunting lodges, guides and outfitters in South Carolina.
Upland Wings Hunting Preserve offers an escape into a pheasantl hunter's paradise! Our bird hunting preserve is tucked away in the Piedmont area of South Carolina. This region is bounded on the northeast side by the Enoree River, and by Lake Greenwood and the Saluda River on the southwest side with lush vegetation and abundant wildlife. View more about Upland Wings Preserve
Double A Plantation specializes in wing shooting and due to the variety of birds we are able to offer our clients it is often one of our most popular hunts. Upland Game Bird Wing Shooting starts October 1 and runs till April 1.
During a Back Woods Quail Club tower shoot, two shooters occupy one of eleven different blinds located approximately one hundred yards from our 75' tower. The blinds are situated 70 yards apart from each other and make a complete circle around the tower. We release pheasants from the tower and participants try their best to take the hearty birds down as they escape to the surrounding hunting preserves.
Hunt with trained guides on foot or horseback or even by old fashioned mule-drawn hunt wagon. With this wealth of hunting opportunities, plus the expert attention of our experienced staff and the surrounding beauty of the island, Brays Island is a year-round hunting paradise.
Hunters are stationed in 17 blinds in a large circle around the tower with 1 or 2 hunters per blind. As the birds are flighted from the 65' tower, we will all be in for some fancy shooting! After 12 birds are flighted individually, all action will stop and hunters will move up 2 blinds to the right.
Our upland bird program is designed specifically for enjoyment and the challenges of open field and plantation pine hunting. Buck Ridge Plantation operates under a preserve license. Pheasant, quail and chukar abound, offering you the opportunity to shoot a high volume harvest. Expert guides and quality bird dogs help ensure a successful, memorable hunt.
Cedar Tree Plantation has been a private family retreat since 1853. The plantation consists of 1000 acres available to the sports-person who is seeking an authentic and traditional sporting experience. Natural habitats, reopened pasture land, and supplemental feeding areas enhance the overall outdoor adventure.
Edisto Pines is a rare find. Here, you can enjoy the tradition of hunting quail, pheasant and other birds with our top-of-the line German shorthaired pointers and then play nine holes on a pristine golf course, without having to leave. We have several stocked ponds where you can fish. Or you can find a secluded fishing spot along the North Edisto River, which runs along our property for 1 1/2 miles and also offers opportunities for canoeing and kayaking. We also breed German Shorthaired pointers. We have some of the best bloodlines in the South. Come visit our kennel or book a hunt and see these magnificent dogs.
Harris Springs offers a variety of packaged shooting opportunities. You may choose one of the packages, pheasant, quail, chukar, or customize your own event. All hunts are guided 2-man hunts. Use your own dogs and a guide will be provided for your service. Prices are based on birds released. 2007/2008 Orvis Endorsed Wing-Shooting Lodge of the Year.
The Chinese ring- necked pheasant is one of America's favorite game birds and is the best known of the pheasant species. Not only is this bird a good flyer, but it is also meaty and flavorful for cooking...nice to take home after the hunt.
River Bend offers a variety of exciting hunting opportunities, but our major interest is in Quail, Pheasant, and Chukar hunting. You can choose one of our package hunts, or arrange your own special hunt. Enjoy your hunt by using your own dogs, or if you prefer, hunt behind some of our superior dogs and guides. Whether it is a half day or full day hunt you choose, we are ready to serve you.
Many hunters prefer the combination shoot. Within the three-hour hunting period, all game-birds flushed from the coverts are subject to shooting by the party. This results in a large and interesting mixed bag of quail, pheasant and chukar.
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