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Directory of 11 Indiana Pheasant hunting lodges, guides and outfitters in Indiana.


Backwoods Preserve
16900 4B Road, Plymouth, Indiana 46563
Phone: (574) 298-3831

Your Connection to Great Pheasant Hunting in Northern Indiana. We offer you access to our 550 acres of private land and our 35 years of combined hunting experience.

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Cane Creek Shooting Preserve
1364 North State Road 257, Otwell, Indiana 47564
Phone: (812) 354-2580, Cell: (812) 630-0226

Cane Creek Hunting Preserve offers the opportunity to hunt pheasant, quail, and chuckars from October to March. Groups of no more than three to four hunters are recommended. Hunters should bring their own gun and ammunition. Dogs can be provided for anyone not bringing their own.

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Dawn to Dusk Hunt Club
901 N. 264 West, Valparaiso, Indiana 46385
Phone: (219) 763-3362

You will be hunting on land that is professionally managed to accommodate quality upland bird hunting. We have an excellent variety of habitat for game. There are 4 ponds, corn fields, specially managed sorghum and buckwheat fields as well as wooded areas to provide excellent hunting.

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Fields Outdoor Adventures
27063 US 52, Laurel, Indiana 47024
Phone: (765) 932-3964

Fields Outdoor Adventures Offers guided Pheasant, Quail and Chuckar hunts in the beautiful north east part of Franklin County Indiana. Open Monday thru Saturday October thru March. Offering Morning and Afternoon Hunts. ex: 8:00 am to 12:00 noon, 12 noon to 5:00 pm. Contact Ryan Fields to book your hunt today

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Kickapoo Farm & Kennel and Preserve
5479 East 200, North Attica, Indiana 47918
Preserve: (765) 762-6132, Cell: (317) 626-5447

Kickapoo Ranch is located just outside Junction City, Kansas. We have a 4000 acre tract that we have strictly managed for trophy deer. We also have other leases in the area that haven't been hunted for years that have some huge bucks. Turkeys and waterfowl are abundant on the entire property. Hunting areas consist of rolling hills, deep hardwoods, river bottoms, wetlands, deep cover and food plots. We maintain abundant food sources and lots of cover which make our land a wildlife haven. Our bird hunts are spectacular with a horse-drawn buggy for your enjoyment and, of course, the breathtaking scenery.

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King Farms
10535 W. County Rd. 100N, Parker City, Indiana 47368
Phone: (765) 468-6706

At King Farms we offer three different species of birds to hunt: Pheasant, Quail and Chuckar. All birds are of top quality stock and very strong flyers to give you the most realistic wild bird simulation. Guides and their dogs can be arranged in case you do not have access to a dog. A small fee is required and reservations for a guide must be made in advance. Birds can be placed in the field for you to hunt and find as you would in the wild, or you can place them yourself if you're training your puppy or maturing dog. Flag clips can be provided upon your request to ensure you find all of the birds placed while training your dog.

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Lost River Game Farm
PO Box 82, Orleans, Indiana 47452
Phone 1: (812) 865-3021, Phone 2: (812) 865-3140

Hunt beautiful Southern Indiana, an affordable hunting experience, in the heart of Hoosier Hospitality. Entertain clients or just enjoy a day off. Bring your own dog or use our professional guides and dogs. We offer different types of cover on gently rolling terrain.

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Maier Hunting Farm
65450 Fir Rd., Bremen, Indiana 46506
Phone: (574) 229-7638

Maier Pheasant Farm is a rustic 240 acre farm set in north central Indiana. We have been a hunting preserve since 1955. We are proud to be noted as Indiana's first and oldest hunting preserve. Pheasants, chukar and quail are released in our hunting fields. These strong flyers will certainly challenge your shooting skills. Our hunting areas look like a place to hunt. Corn fields, wide fence rows, grassy areas and sorghum plots. We have five hunting areas so we can accommodate large corporate groups or small groups. We feel its the nearest thing to wild bird hunting a preserve can offer. Maier Pheasant Farm is a great hunting experience.

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Maple Lane Hunting Preserve
64400 Maple Rd., Lakeville, Indiana 46536
Phone: (574) 250-2937

Maple Lane is 100 acres of grasses, woods and marshes perfect for pheasant hunting.The beginner hunter to the most experienced will enjoy the hunt Maple Lane has to offer. A heated lodge with a complete kitchen, cable television, restroom and plenty of seating is available for use by hunters. Just ten minutes from South Bend Indiana and only an hour and a half from Chicago Illinois, Maple Lane offers a great escape from the city without the long drive.

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Royal Flush Enterprises
5701 W. 800 S., Rosedale, Indiana 47874
Phone: (765) 548-2548

There are several one-half day packages that you can chose or we can customize a full day of hunting for you and your group. You will be hunting the gamebird(s) of your choice over a variety of cover and terrain. There are spacious fields of sorghum, native grass, CRP and stubble from crops to provide you with an incredible hunt. Guide service can be provided for those who do not have dogs.

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Sugar Creek Sporting Clays & Hunting Preserve
2181 Bono Road, Mitchell, Indiana 47446
Lodge: (812) 849-5020, Cell: (812) 276-9675

We have 750 acres with strong fast-flying birds in quality cover. We offer guided hunts or welcome hunters with their own. We can customize your hunts to your needs and experience.

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