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Testimonials

I have grownup hunting pheasants in South Dakota and have hunted at a number of lodges. While each lodge can typically stand out in one or two areas, rarely can you find one that stands out in all the areas; but at Grand Slam, they have figured out how to do just that. It just does not get any better than this … it’s a 1st class operation and in a setting that you can truly relax, unwind and enjoy.

Their operation is definitely a family operation and while you are their they make you feel like part of their family. If you go, just remember, there will be no shortage of great food so don’t be surprised if you come back a few pounds heavier than when you showed up. All in all, it a great hunt, with great people that you remember long after the hunt is over … till you come back the next year!

Mike Z., Colorado
 

If you like to go to a first class operation, look no further than Grand Slam Pheasant Hunts.I spent the last 11 years with the Korzan family. You will find everything top notch her. Hot birds, hot foods, the most modern lodge in SD.

So if you want some great hunting and friendship, contact Grand Slam Pheasant Hunts. Can’t say enough about the good
times I’ve had with the Korzans.

Milton S., Arkansas

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Our experience here at Grand Slam Pheasant Hunts has been incredible. We’ve been hunting here for 10-12 years. The Korzans are great folks and always allow us to make ourselves at home here at the lodge.

Dee H., Tennessee

I have watched the family of Curt, Lorie, and the boys grow from the very beginning. For over the past 20 years they have developed their business into one of the greatest pheasant hunting experiences that you could ever have. They always amaze me with the improvements they make from year to year.

Hotsey L., Arkansas

I have been hunting with Grand Slam Pheasant Hunts for 7 to 10 years and each year it is always a great hunt. They’ve built a beautiful lodge in Kimball, SD. I go with outfitters from Mexico to Alaska and this is by far a first class operation. For an upland bird hunter, this is the place to come…”

Paul F., Tennessee

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