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Thread: Accessible Hunting

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    Default Accessible Hunting

    My dad wants to do a pheasant hunt in SD in fall of 2018 but he can't walk more than 200 yards through a pheasant field. I'm wondering if anyone could recommend an outfitter or ranch that might have experience working with individuals with limited mobility.
    Greta - 2 year old Small Munsterlander

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    he is a perfect candidate to be a designated "blocker"...always need a few guys who drive the truck to the end of the field or food plot to block...guys with no dogs who don't like to walk are great for this..most outfitters have food plots or strips of grass or tree belts that need to be blocked...

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    Quote Originally Posted by benelli-banger View Post
    he is a perfect candidate to be a designated "blocker"...always need a few guys who drive the truck to the end of the field or food plot to block...guys with no dogs who don't like to walk are great for this..most outfitters have food plots or strips of grass or tree belts that need to be blocked...
    Exactly what BB said. He would be perfect for that. Typically park 75-100 yards away so if he took the closest blocker position to the truck would be in his range. Good luck on your hunt!

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