How do landowner tags work in South Dakota?

Landowners may purchase a 1-tag any-deer license or a 2-tag license that has one Any Deer tag plus one Any Antlerless Deer tag for East River, Black Hills and West River deer seasons, and one Any Antelope license or one Any Antelope plus one Doe/Fawn Antelope tag for the antelope season.

Can you hunt on your own land in South Dakota?

Trespassing It notes that “No person may hunt or trap any species of game, including unprotected species, on private land without permission from the owner or lessee except in that part of the Black Hills Fire Protection District south of Interstate 90.

How many deer tags can you get in South Dakota?

In 2019, the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission unanimously approved a new deer license allocation proposal that allows a resident hunter to apply for two of the six deer seasons in the first draw.

Does South Dakota have over the counter deer tags?

South Dakota isn’t a true blue OTC mule deer tag state, but it’s easy to get a tag. South Dakota non-resident archery mule deer hunters must apply for a license and once the application is processed, it will be mailed to them.

Do you need a license to hunt coyotes in South Dakota?

Hunting coyotes in South Dakota requires a hunting license. Coyote calling contests are allowed, and a bounty may be available.

How do you hunt private land in South Dakota?

Walk-In areas are privately owned lands where you don’t need landowner permission to hunt. No driving is allowed on Walk-In areas except on designated trails and parking areas. Private CREP lands are leased to the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks. Every acre enrolled in CREP is open to the public hunting and fishing.

What are South Dakota Trust Lands?

Almost all of the 750,000 + acres of South Dakota’s school lands are “trust lands” granted to the state on its admission to the Union. These trust lands are managed to produce income for the support of the state’s schools, universities and other endowed institutions.

Can you shoot from a vehicle in South Dakota?

Hunting from motor vehicle prohibited–Exceptions–Promulgation of rules–Misdemeanor. No person, who is in or on a motor vehicle, may discharge a firearm or bow and arrow at any wild animals except coyotes, jackrabbits, rodents, skunks, badgers, raccoons, and foxes.

Can you buy over the counter antelope tags in South Dakota?

Like Nebraska and South Dakota, resident and nonresident archery hunters can purchase an over-the-counter tag.

Where is the best deer hunting in South Dakota?

Two notable formations exist in western South Dakota: the Black Hills and the Badlands. The Black Hills National Forest encompasses 1.2 million acres and has great whitetail and mediocre mule deer hunting.

Can you shoot squirrels in SD?

A resident predator/varmint license allows a resident to take or kill jackrabbits, prairie dogs, gophers, ground squirrels, chipmunks, coyotes, red fox, grey fox, skunk, raccoons, badgers, brown headed cow birds, English house sparrow, European starling, unbanded undomesticated pigeon (rock dove), and within the lawful …