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Daybreak is located in Brown County, South Dakota, about a half hour north of Aberdeen. Historically, the land was the birthplace of Wanata, a Sioux Indian famous for his contributions to the British in the War of 1812. Also on this site in the 19th century was the Campbell Fur Post, the southernmost agency in North America of The Hudson Bay Trading Company.

Pheasants Forever wildlife biologists designed and implemented a habitat plan for the acreage which resulted in a diverse and amazingly abundant game population that includes whitetail deer, wild turkey, sharptail grouse, puddle ducks, and ring-necked pheasants. The project was awarded the Izaak Walton League’s Wildlife Habitat Award of 2004.

In 2010, Daybreak was recognized as an ORVIS Endorsed Wingshooting Grounds.


Over seven miles of the Elm River valley traverse the property providing all season food, water and habitat for wild game.

In addition, hundreds of acres of CRP, numerous duck sloughs and waterways, sorghum food plots, and fourteen miles of wildlife tree strips are scattered about the grain fields.

Just as there are abundant areas to hunt, there are abundant areas in which the game can hide. Many birds will be seen, limits are common. But our hunters agree, the pursuit is not a “shoot”, rather it is definitely a “hunt”.


Pine Shadows Daybreak

37853 111th St

Frederick, SD 57441






Fall Pheasant Hunting, the way it ought to be.


Call Mark 218.821.1295
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Ó Daybreak 2018