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I've been known to fish Mo., Okla., Ia., and Mn.  All have state dept. of fishing (or some dept.) that puts out weekly fishing reports.  I cannot find one for the state of South Dakota. :blush:  Looked on the net to no avail.  Any help?  Boys don't do computer so it's up to me.  They are going to Oahe in July.

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Sent them an email and received this response.

 

After several months of evaluating the customer use and the inconsistencies of 
how the GFP outdoor hunting and fishing reports were being compiled across the 
state, it was decided (this week) to completely remove them from the page and 
to no longer require regional staff to compile these reports. At times, these 
reports were done well, however, they were done on a weekly or bi-weekly basis 
and often times it became a challenge to maintain and keep them as updated as 
possible; especially as staff tried to obtain timely information from the field. 
We know that compiling these reports was a service to our customers, however, 
after evaluating their online traffic and usage as well as the staff time and 
resources to compile them, we decided to discontinue them. 
 
To receive the most up to date information, we would encourage customers to 
contact their nearest GFP office below: 
 
Aberdeen 605.626.2391 
Chamberlain 605.734.4530 
Fort Pierre 605.223.7700 
Huron 605.353.7145 
Mobridge 605.845.7814 
Rapid City 605.394.2391 
Sioux Falls 605.362.2700 
Watertown 605.882.5200 
Webster 605.345.3381 
 
Thank you 
LouAnn Miller 
SD Game Fish & Parks 
Phone number 605-223-7660 

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Best bet is to call a few of the businesses in the area your crew will be staying.  Other than that, you could listen to the weekly report from KWAT radio out of watertown, http://www.gowatertown.net/kwat-outdoors-hunting-and-fishing-show-with-don-fjerstad/

 

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