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News & notices
Annual roadsides report
A map of pheasant hunting prospects PDF and supporting data PDF will be available on Monday, Sept. 13, from sighting data collected along 169 25-mile-long routes for this year’s roadside pheasant survey.
License and stamp required
People ages 16-64 must purchase a small game license and pheasant stamp to hunt pheasants in Minnesota. Check the regulations booklet before you go for complete stamp PDF and small game PDF requirements and rules.
You need blaze clothing
Pheasant hunters must wear at least one visible article of clothing above the waist that is blaze orange or pink. This could be a hat, jacket or hunting vest. Remember that more blaze will make you more visible to other hunters.
|Statewide||Oct. 16 – Jan. 2, 2022|
|Vermillion Highlands||Dec. 13 – Jan. 2, 2022|
9 a.m. to sunset (Sunrise and sunset data)
|Oct. 16 – Nov. 30||2 roosters|
|Dec. 1 – Jan. 2, 2022||3 roosters|
|Oct. 16 – Nov. 30||6 roosters|
|Dec. 1 – Jan. 2, 2022||9 roosters|
- A person may not shoot pheasants with a rifle or handgun other than a .22 caliber rimfire using short, long or long rifle ammunition.
- Shotguns used when hunting pheasants may hold more than three shells.
Printed from: https://www.dnr.state.mn.us/hunting/pheasant/index.html 10.7.21