MIKE & BETH HAMMAN
444 90th ROAD
TORONTO, KS 66777
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|European Harvest Gallery||Retrievers/Handlers Gallery|
The European Pheasant shoot provides an excellent experience to share with younger shooters and is a great way for couples to spend a day together. As always, all bagged birds will be cleaned, iced down, and split evenly among the shooters for the day. See the schedule below for additional shoots. We will update the schedule with additional shoots as soon they are set.
Also, remember that we are available for private shoots as well if you are looking for a good time with your friends, co-workers, or customers. Give us a call with any and all questions.
Annual "Early Bird" Weekend
Saturday, October 1, 2016 -- 10 a.m.
Sunday, October 2, 2016 -- 10 a.m.
Annual Thanksgiving Weekend
Friday, November 25, 2016 -- 10 a.m.
Saturday, November 26, 2016 -- 10 a.m.
Annual New Year's Day Shoot
Sunday, January 1, 2017 -- 1 p.m.
Saturday, March 4, 2017 -- 9 a.m.
*Saturday, March 11, 2017 -- 9 a.m. & 1 p.m.
*Mirza Shrine Fundraisers
|Now taking reservations for all shoots|
$220 PER GUN
"EARLY BIRD" Special
$200 PER GUN
12 Birds Released Per Gun
eye protection required
hearing protection recommended
blaze orange hat or vest required
12 gauge maximum allowed
#6 shot maximum allowed
NO 3" or magnum shells allowed
Advance Reservation Required
Limited spots available
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WHAT IS A EUROPEAN HARVEST?
Our European Pheasant Harvest is a unique and fun shooting experience. One or two shooters are placed in one of twelve blinds which are arranged in a circular fashion around a central point. Pheasants are released from this central point and shooters attempt to knock the birds down as they fly over the blind. Several dogs are utilized to retrieve the downed pheasants. Throughout the shoot, the action will be halted several times allowing shooters to rotate blinds. Each blind provides a unique challenge to the shooter.
This shoot can handle a maximum of 24 shooters but you don't have to have a large group to participate. The participants usually include several small groups of shooters and a few individuals. 10 pheasants per shooter are released. We offer shells for sale and, trust us, you will need plenty. We will hold several shoots during our season that will be open to the public. However, private shoots are available.
At Lone Pine, the hunting is operated under the rules and provisions set by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks. A hunting license is required for persons over 16 and under 65 years of age. Controlled Shooting Area licenses are available for out-of-state hunters wherever hunting licenses are sold or online (click here). The cost is $27.50 and the licenses are good for a calendar year.