Hunt pheasants here the way you are suppose to. We keep birds out for you to hunt - and lots of them! Last year we released over 30,000 pheasants on our 1000 acres of prime pheasant habitat. Located in central Minnesota, this large connecting piece of land offers a variety of different covers: CRP - type grass fields, corn/sorghum food plots, evergreen tree lanes, brushy oak lanes, cattail sloughs, you name it - we have a little of everything. With this much area and this much cover, we can keep pheasants in the field and hunt pheasants similar to those on long, out-of-state trips.
Guided hunts are our specialty here at Rice Creek. We have many top-notch dogs and guides to handle groups of 1 to 140 hunters. Our guided hunts are guaranteed. When you book your hunt, we will make sure you get to shoot at, stalk, flush (in other words hunt) as many birds as you requested. Hitting the birds, of course, is up to you, so even if your hunting group has a little trouble with their shooting abilities, they still will say they had ample opportunities and get cleaned pheasants to take home - we guarantee it.
Hunting on your own without a guide is very popular, also. Make sure you bring a good dog, or rent one of our dogs, as the land is large and you will be paying for the birds that we replenish. There may be extras in the field, but you will still need all your hunting skills to get your limit. You also will get to take your limit of cleaned birds home whether you were able to bag them or not - we guarantee it.
MUST BE A MEMBER OR A MEMBER'S GUEST TO HUNT FROM SEPT 15TH - THANKSGIVING WEEKEND
Morning pheasant hunts begin at 9:00 a.m - 12:00 p.m. (four-bird minimum per hunter, per hunt)
Afternoon pheasant hunts begin at 1:00 p.m - 4:00 p.m. (four bird minimum per hunter, per hunt)
We require a blaze orange hat and eye protection. You may bring these or purchase them at the clubhouse.
Member prices are $140.00 for 4 birds
Non Member as of right now - Prices are $160 for 4 birds. (For non- members we have a minimum of 12 birds per group after thanksgiving weekend or 3 hunters or more it's 4 birds per hunter)
Guided fees for pheasant hunt is $ 70.00 half day + gratuity ($100.00)
Starting in November we will be closed Sunday afternoon's - Monday's all day thru December and starting January thru February we are closed all day, Monday's and Tuesday's and Sunday afternoon's
Hard-flying mallards swinging over the oaks, dipping down to take a look at the slough, an then the guns open up. Get ready, as they will soon come again! This is Rice Creek duck sloughs.
Thousands of mallards are harvested annually; big, beautiful ducks, that fly fast - very fast! A perfect spot to take the novice shooter, as the ducks just keep coming. It is also a great way to get those special guests the chance to get their share of shooting until you think they have had enough. Your dog will love the hunt, as it is a great spot to do both water and land retrieves.
Mallards are only available Sept 8th - Nov 2nd. First come first serve basis.
MUST BE A MEMBER OR A MEMBER'S GUEST TO HUNT DUCKS
Member prices are $140.00 for 4 birds
Guided fees for Duck hunt is $ 100 + gratuity
Chukars are a great bird to hunt here at Rice Creek; great for the dog work, sporty shooting and a great bird for table fare. These birds stay in-field and are less apt to run, which makes them great bird for spring hunting.
CHUKAR HUNTING MEMBERS ONLY
Cost $120.00 for 4 birds
If you find a date that works make sure to call us and double check before lining up the groups. To help you better understand the calendar, we have 12 fields available in the AM and 12 fields in the PM. The number listed in that particular day is the number we have available
For example if we have pheasant 7 (A.M. field) we have 7 fields left in the A.M. Another is if we have Pheasant 0 (P.M. field) we don't have any fields left
We are very lucky to have such amazing guides and their dogs out at Rice Creek!! Meet them all below
Krista started working for us in 2003 in the processing plant from their she went to college at Central Lakes in brainerd for Natural Resources. She graduated and we hired her Full - time in 2007. Krista is now the manager of Rice Creek hunting "she's definitely a Jackie of all trades. She loves to get out and guide when she can. Krista has 3 of her own dogs a shorthair "REMY" and labs " Shelby & Maverick".
Kurt starting guiding for us part time in 2002 and went to full time in 2017. He was a 5th grade teacher in Pierz, MN. Kurt's choice of guide dogs are labradors, but on occasion I will add a pointing dog to the mix. He is one of our go to guides and runs over 120 hunts a fall.
Craig started working for us in 2003. He helped out wherever we needed him, from sporting clays, to running the clubhouse, to guiding we could always count on him!! Craig retired from Camp Ripley with 25 years of military . If you get him as a guide you'll see him run 2 black labs and a shorthair.
When Craig isn't working his full time job at Northland drilling wells you find him at Rice Creek. He started guiding for us in 2000 and he's on his 6th generation of shorthair.
Rob started guiding Full Time in 2016
but grew up at Rice Creek as his father was one of the founders. Rob raised German Shorthairs and loves hunting ans watching fellow hunters old and new, shoot as many pheasants as possible. Rob runs the processing plant and enjoys every aspect of the hunt from shooting to cleaning!!!
Greg is retired from Air Force both active duty and active reserve. He moved up to Little Falls from St Paul and has worked for us for 9 years. He hunts with a German Wire Hair pointer "Weston"
Jeff Johnson started guiding for us in 2012. Jeff runs all shorthairs anywhere from 2-5 dogs . His dogs love to get out as much as the can and hunt!! When Jeff isn't guiding, you'll find him inside a grader blading township roads.
Matt Seymour has become an avid upland and waterfowl hunter. This passion led him to start running his own dogs, he currently has two chocolate labs, and has been hunting and guiding over them for 10+ years.
Matt owns & operates a number of customer service orientated businesses, and he brings this motivation to the field. Regardless of a hunter’s ability or background, his goal is always to delivery the best customer experience, including a safe & fun hunt, with of course plenty of action!
Scott started guiding when he was just a little over 10 years old on the duck pass. He runs short hairs and labs. Scott not only guides but he is the maintenance man and makes sure that the fields are planted, the birds are smoked and that the wood is in the wood stove!!