Hunting & Fishing
Fishing enthusiasts flock to the Webster area, where the water abounds and the fish are practically jumping into the frying pan. Fish the lakes that Tony Dean loved -- 120 clear blue, gravel-bottomed lakes formed by glacial activity in the Glacial Lakes & Prairies Region.
Hunters also love the Webster area, which offers fantastic goose and duck hunting. We're on the direct migration route for thousands of geese making their way down the central flyway, as well as located in the heart of the Prairie Pothole region with the largest duck production in the continental U.S. The area is also popular for hunting pheasants, doves, whitetail deer, coyote, and fox.
For a complete list of regulations and fees, visit SD Department of Game, Fish & Parks website
, or contact the Webster office at (605) 345-3381.Online Hunter Safety Course
SD-approved hunter safety course includes online class, plus one independent field day. No cost. Learn more at hunter-sd.com/southdakota
Day County Fishing Report (April 27, 2015) Bitter:
via South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks
Fishing pressure significantly increased this past weekend with the nice weather. Anglers had success catching some nice walleye and the occasional perch.
Shore anglers seem to be having the best luck catching walleye, northern pike and white bass.
Several anglers had success catching a few crappies, bass and the occasional walleye.
Anglers are catching a few bluegill and crappie.Sportsmans' Cove (weekly)
Call (605) 345-2468 for Doug's weekly recorded fishing report.
2015 Leagues & TournamentsSODAK Ice Fishing LeagueClick here for more informationGlacial Lakes Walleye LeagueClick here for more information
Lake InformationDepth MapsAmsden
WaubayLake Survey ReportsAmsden
For more information, visit the SD Game Fish & Parks website