David, James and Todd are going through the learning curve of prairie dog hunting. Hundreds of live targets offer plenty of chances to see what you can do. Perfect temp, low wind and plenty of dust make it the ideal day. It doesn't get any better than this!
New All-Time JRGS record!!!! MI hunter Corey broke the all-time prairie dog record with a confirmed kill laser measured at 1,376 yards. He was using a 6.5 x 284 Norma, 140 grain Hornady ELD match bullet with 49 grains of h4350 powder. That bullet was traveling 2,940 fps out of his custom Remington 700 at the barrel. His optic was a Nightforce attacker scope. He enjoyed his stay at the Fort Pierre Motel in Fort Pierre, SD. Congrats on a huge achievement. My hat's off to you.
Doug, Chris, Josh, Gabe and Corey are back for more fun on the prairie. Besides dodging rain, I can sometimes dodge wind too!!! I slipped my guys behind the front. Instead of shooting in 20-30 mph winds, they shot in only 5-10. Ask these guys what a fantastic difference it is to enjoy that! Just one more reason to book your prairie dog hunt with JRGS.
Ben and Brad had a fantastic time on their first prairie dog hunting trip. It's always fun for me to take guys out and what the rave is all about. "It's the most fun you can have with your clothes on." Lester, FL We picked up a few rattlesnakes too!
Rob finished his second day with a prairie dog DRT at 599 yards. Awesome! When booking a hunt, use the same rule of thumb as when buying a scope…Buy the best you can afford. The sweetness of low price is forgotten long before the bitterness of going with a rinky-dink outfit. Great shooting Rob, you guys are great to have around.
The second day of shooting brought high winds and rain to parts of South Dakota. I was able to avoid the rain and slip in behind the wind to put Jim and his hunting partner on dogs in good shooting conditions. Jim clobbered his longest dog at 588 yards with his 223. They had an awesome time. Excellent shooting pal.
Jim and Rob came from WI for their first prairie dog hunt. "This is incredible. We shot as hard as we could and they never disappeared." They wanted to learn and they mowed down a tremendous amount of dogs between 450-550 on day one. Great job!