Hunting - Hunting Trips

  Pheasant Bonanza Hunt Club & Kennel

Available:  September - March


Hunting

   Trip Description

It is our promise and desire that each hunt is custom suited to your needs. To maximize our service to you and make sure every hunt covers the most land possible, we only combine groups in the field that are smaller than four hunters. Groups will never be larger than six for each guide and dog, and we will not combine groups in the field if you have at least four hunters in your group. After your hunt, we clean and package all birds for you. If you have a group larger than six, we will divide you into smaller groups, take each group to their own separate field and provide every group with their own guide to maximize fun and safety. Hunting Season for Pheasants, Quail and Chukars: Controlled area: September 1- March 31, our controlled areas are specially licensed for extended hunting seasons and increased bag limits. Nebraska open season: Opens October 29, 2006, Closes January 31, 2007. All Nebraska laws apply. Licenses can be purchased at our office upon your arrival. Hunters' safety certificates required if born after 7/1/77. Of course, there is no way that we can provide all of the information that your need, or anticipate all of your questions on this one web page. Therefore, please feel free to contact us by email at info@pheasantbonanza.com, or call at your convenience, 1-888-366-HUNT.

  • Trip Duration: 0.00 days
  • Destination: United States
  • Region: Nebraska
  • Price Range:  $51 - $250 per person
  • Experience:  Families, Friends, First-Timers, Mature, Independent, Veterans
  • Difficulty:   Beginner
  • Minimum Age: 0
  • Activity Option: 
  • Accommodations: Cabins, RV\'s as well

Special Features:
The European Hunting Course: Our European Hunting Course features a 40 ft. tall release tower surrounded by 14 shooting stations. Each station consists of two hunter stands. A hunt requires a minimum of 14 hunters (one for each station), up to a maximum of 28 hunters (two for each stand). The birds are released from a 40 foot tower. Once released, they fly full speed about 40 yards before they get into range. Many times, a bird will shoot the gap between stations giving the hunter a challenging shot.

Other Services:
We will customize your hunt to your desire

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