Last time I got a Rosebud Tribal License it was almost $100 for three days. That's been a few years ago, though. The Tribal Council has been known to change the rules without notice. I checked the Rosebud site also and found one of the guys at Pahapesto is a registered Rosebud guide.Also check whether that includes the license for reservations, or if that is extra.
What was your average distance for shots, and I assume you took everything you needed, guide just showed you the spot and did not provide any thing else right??I shot on the Rosebud last May. Think the license was $75. Had a native guide. He took us out to the dog town and left. Came back at noon and moved us to another dog town. That’s was exactly what I wanted. Decent shooting 6-700 rounds in two days.
Average shot, I suppose 150 yards or so, but I shot them under 50 and much further than 200.What was your average distance for shots, and I assume you took everything you needed, guide just showed you the spot and did not provide any thing else right??
Thanks for the info.Average shot, I suppose 150 yards or so, but I shot them under 50 and much further than 200.
Yes I provided everything. My brother and I each drove our own trucks. We followed the guide to the dog town.
We each had our own shooting bench, rifles, ammo etc. We each had coolers of food and drinks. We set up benches about 200 yards apart and shot. I moved a few hundred yards when I had an area shot up pretty good. After each move I was in a target rich environment for a while.
When he dropped us off the guide asked us if we needed anything and left. He checked on us after 3-4 hours and moved us to another dog town a couple miles away.
The guide did exactly what I wanted, take us to the dog town and get lost.