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South Dakota Whitetail Hunts | Swan Lake Adventures Guides

Archery hunting at Swan Lake Hunting Adventures offers a variety of hunting opportunities. We have eight stands set up on a variety of terrain. Stands set up over water, food plots, wetlands or in tree groves. Our 10,000 acres of hunting ground will also provide the perfect setting for a stalk if that is what you are into. Our property to the North also has great potential for Mule deer hunting.

Archery Hunts in Eastern South Dakota

Archery Hunts in Eastern South Dakota

We provide maps and GPS locations to all stands. The concept behind our archery hunts is simple, we want to provide great hunting opportunities to your blue collar hunter at prices that are affordable. We have a newly renovated cabin designed with archery hunters in mind. This cabin is set off from the camp and is totally self contained. It will sleep up to four hunters. If you are looking for a self guided hunt, with great deer opportunities at prices that your dad paid, look us up. You also have the ability to mix in a little pheasant hunting while you are at it.

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It's official! - South Dakota will has a new state record typical whitetail!

This new South Dakota Record was taken just down the road from Swan Lake Adventures. Measured on January 20th by SD official B&C and P&Y measures Stan Rauch and Craig Oberle, the mega-buck taken by Eureka, SD bowhunter Mike Mettler on Nov. 17, 2014 in McPherson County.  It scores 194 1/8 - surpassing the current SD state archery record of 182 7/8 by a large margin. It also surpasses the current SD state firearm record set in 1948 in Sanborn County of 193 2/8 - making it the largest typical whitetail ever taken by a hunter in SD.

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