Harold Tysdal offers antelope hunts in Area 5 and deer hunts in Area 6, with an emphasis on the latter because his spread is in the deer-rich Black Hills region in the northeastern part of state. Tysdal has 3,000 acres in mixed farming and upland forests merging into the Black Hills. He charges $100 per hunter for a three-day hunt, but longer stays are negotiable. He will show hunters around his ranch for a modest fee. He does not allow camping, but has a cabin in the Black Hills just over the border in South Dakota that he will rent for $100 a day. The cabin is large enough to accommodate up to 10 hunters. There is also an inn approximately a mile away that offers rooms and home-cooked meals. While mule deer predominate there are also some whitetail deer in the Black Hills region. The mule deer prefer the ranches and the whitetails the forests. Generally, this is rolling hill country, but there are also some deep canyons that the deer seek out.
Allen Rauth of Rauth Ranches, Inc. also offers mule........(continued)