Places to Hunt Prairie Dogs Along I-94


Well-Known Member
Jan 17, 2007
Black River Falls, WI
As many of you know, I won a black bear hunt next September through Red Bone Outfitters on this board. I've never been prairie dog hunting before, and I was thinking that if I filled my bear tag early, I could stop some place along the way back to Wisconsin, and shoot some dogs. I know most people hunt them in the spring, but can you hunt them in early September?

I don't really care if I hunt them in Montana or N Dakota. I don't really care if I see a lot, I just would like to knock off a few just to say I did.


Well-Known Member
Jan 12, 2008
new jersey
Good luck on your bear hunt. Yes you can shoot in the fall. When I deer&antelope hunt in Wyoming,I always take a varmint gun. Midday when temps strike near 50+sun, they will come up for a look see. BAM! Love it! Dskiper

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