Spring Pheasant Hunting Promotions!!

Orvis Endorsed LodgeMarch 2, 2022 – Illinois Pheasant and Quail Hunting Report –   ” SEE OUR  UPLAND HUNTING PROMOTIONS BELOW.  Book your March through April 15th upland hunt now! Hunt dates are filling up quickly for this spring! Enjoying the outdoors with an pheasant and quail hunt is the perfect social distancing activity! Our winter upland hunting offers the perfect cure for cabin fever! We have limited availability, give us a call today for more information at 217-734-2526. Don’t miss out on a once in a lifetime wingshooting experience this winter at the lodge!”


Take advantage of some incredible upland hunting this winter at a limited time promotional price! Everything is the same; great guides, awesome dog work, luxury lodging and home cooked meals. Experience our Orvis & Shooting Sportsman endorsed wingshooting lodge this winter!


January – March Promotional Rates:

Regular HuntsRegularPromotion RateSavings
Four Night/Three Day$3,455$2,855$600
Three Night/Two Day$2,340$1,940$400
Two Night/One Day$1,225$1,025$200
Daily (with lunch)$1,005$805$200
Premium Upland HuntsRegular Promotion RateSavings
Four Night/Three Day$3,755$3,155$600
Three Night/Two Day$2,540$2,140$400
Two Night/One Day$1,325$1,125$200
Daily (with lunch)$1,105$905$200

(Price includes Guides, Dogs, Meals, Accommodations, Game Cleaning & Packaging) Ask about our DOUBLE PREMIUM package!

For more information on our upland hunts go to our Main Upland Page Here>>> 

Enjoy some fast action on a snow goose and upland combo hunt!  There are NO LIMITS, NO PLUGS, massive decoy spreads, comfortable blinds, hot breakfast and professional guides. More on our Snow Goose Hunts Here>>

Hunting gift certificates make a great gift idea for the hunter in your life. Visit our Hunting Gift Certificates Here >>>

Call us at 217-734-2526 or e-mail at Info@HeartlandLodge.com.

I hope you have a safe and memorable hunting season!!

Last Updated: February 4th, 2022

13 thoughts on “Spring Pheasant Hunting Promotions!!

  1. My brother and I are looking for 100 percent wild bobwhite quail hunt. We live in central va , used to hunt quail here 45 years ago. We did this as youngsters together with our Dad. I want to take him on a unforgettable wild quail hunt to relive some of those memories. I am not interested in any type of liberated or released birds, none of them compare to true wild bobwhite quail.I am interested in a 4 day hunt because of the distance we are driving from Virginia.I spoke to a really nice lady on the phone this evening and she was going to have someone call me tomorrow.I have a lot of questions such as if you have wild quail how many coveys might we find each day, what is the limit per day, if you do a combo hunt is possible to limit out on quail and pheasant. Do you allow semi automatic shotguns of course with plug.Walk me through a normal day quail hunting etc. We are from the older generation I am 68 and my brother is 65, I am retired but he is still working so I would need to coordinate dates. The ideal scenario would be to arrive on a Sunday evening, hunt mon through thurs stay thurs night and leave friday morning.Please contact me at cell 301-440-4669 I would love to talk to you all
    and may God Bless You all with good health , happiness and success.

    thank you

    James Britt Hurlock

  2. Right now I’ll be planning 2or3 Elk hunt for 2021 plus deer hunts with my son. There may be a possibility that we may do some bird hunting during your season in 2021. Our passion is pheasants, ducks and geese. Have a blessed holiday. Merry Christmas and a better New Year than our last. Billy

    1. Hello Greg, thanks for inquiring about an upland hunt. The hunt includes all your meals, lodging, game cleaning and processing. If you have any questions please give us a call at 217-734-2526. Thank you!

  3. I am 79 and a heart patient with COPD.
    I wish I knew of your place a few years ago would have loved to bring some of our family up to hunt. I use to pheasant and quail hunt here in Cenrzl Illinois. No dogs just knew where tge birds were.
    God bless your budiness.

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