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Pheasant Guiding Regulations

What are the Pheasant hunting Guide rules and regulations?

Basically, the law says a guide can provide services on their land, or on land they leased for the hunt, or on roads immediately adjacent to their land or leased land.

The long version, from the 2010 SD hunting and trapping handbook: "No person, acting as a hunting guide, may guide any hunting activity on state owned or nmanaged game production areas, state parks, recreation areas, and lakeside use areas., federal land leased or under agreement to SD and posted as a Game Production Area and managed for wildlife purposes, or private land leased or under agrement to GFP for the purpose or providing public access, or on highways or other public rights of way within this statate that otherwise meet the requircept that a hunting guide or employees of a hunting guide may guide a hunting activity on the road right of way immediately adjacent to the property owned or leased by the hunting guide."

Federal agencies may have additional restrictions