2017 Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener in Marshall, MN

Governor Mark Dayton held his first-ever Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener in 2011 and it has actually been massive success. I have never ever seen an entire state come together to toss such a well-organized weekend occasion.

This was a cooperative promotion in between the city of Marshall, MN, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and Explore Minnesota Tourism.

State government, regional areas, hunting companies, as well as the tourism and also hospitality sector work with each other to make it all occur.

A New Pheasant Opener

For over 40 years I have taken pleasure in the excitement of opening up weekend in South Dakota, until this year. This year I traveled to hunt with our neighbors in Minnesota. I was welcomed to go to the Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener, held in Marshall MN. I believed to myself what does Minnesota know about pheasant searching, well I found out, they know how to hunt as well as to hold an incredible event.

From sporting clays to social hrs to receptions with impressive food as well as speakers, and of course a great efficient hunt they did it all as well as they did it well. Guv Dayton is extremely passionate regarding habitat, and as we struck the fields I can see why pheasant hunting is a large part of Minnesota. Between land owners, public hunting areas as well as an unbelievable Walk-In-Access program, there are lots of places to search.

Over 150 seekers and their overviews hit the fields on Saturday as well as every person saw birds. Not all hunters collected birds, however that is why they call it searching. I wish to thank my overviews as well as my searching party for a terrific memorable opening weekend hunt.

As well as I likewise want to thank Governor Dayton, Explore Minnesota, Minnesota DNR, and also the city of Marshall for an opening weekend break to bear in mind.

Thanks, and also have an excellent rest of the period hunting-in Minnesota.

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