People have been enjoying the thrill of pheasant hunting in South Dakota for 100 years. The state’s first pheasant hunting season was a one-day hunt that took place right here in Spink County on October 30, 1919.
To commemorate this historic event the City of Redfield has partnered with Grow Spink and members of the community to host a Pheasantennial Celebration this fall.
The Pheasantennial Celebration will take place on October 30. Much of the day will be dedicated to the Mayor’s Hunt, which will take place throughout Spink County. State and local leaders have been formally invited to attend.
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