The Rosebud Indian Reservation. Small access fee, small guide fee for the group. Lots of targets at all ranges. Bring lots of water, shade, shooting benches, rifles, ammo, and spotters. Bring lunch and fizzy adult beverages for after the shoot.
Last trip, 2 of us had 19 rifles and 17,000 rounds of ammo in the truck, from 17HMR to 25-06. Start small, work out as closer dogs learn the drill. After 400 yds. they ignore you unless you’re splashing them. Don’t let your barrels get too hot. (Probably only shot 2,000 rounds over 4 days, but you don’t know what you’re going to shoot most of.) Our hit rate was over 80% out to 600 yds, mostly wind driven.
I just learned the plague got some towns. Got this from a very reliable source.
If you try this without an outfitter, it can be a hit or miss trip. You will need the Rosebud hunting license, not the state one.I hunt there with an outfitter so he's done the work of finding the good dog towns. Plus, he furnishes shooting tables and lunch ,water and takes us out there. He also has a lodge with fine accomodations and excellent food. I've done the non outfitter hunts and by far, you are much better to go with an outfitter!