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Pierre, SD -(Ammoland.com)- The South Dakota Public Hunting Atlas and Hunting Handbook are “must haves” for anyone spending time in this state’s outdoors.
The atlas contains maps and information on our Walk-In Areas, Game Production Areas, Waterfowl Production Areas, some School and Public Lands and Bureau of Land Management lands.
The handbook has season dates, laws and every other bit of information for every hunting season. There are several ways to get these books.
Click on the above images for the online PDF version. You can also find any changes that may have occurred in the Atlas since the time of publication.
Hunters can also download either the GFP Android or IOS mobile app to get the current handbook and receive atlas updates direct from their smartphone while they are in the field.
To request hard copies be mailed to you, please email us, complete the online form, or give us a call at (605) 223-7660.
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