Pheasant Hunting Lodge & Resort

Shooting Sportsman Endorsed Wingshooting LodgeDecember 1st, 2022 – Upland Hunting Lodge Update  –  “The 2022 pheasant season has been phenomenal! As we enter into the winter months, we look forward to hosting several return friends and meeting new ones over the holiday season! Right now, is a great time to reserve your Family Holiday Hunting Retreat or a winter Pheasant/ Waterfowl Combo Hunt (we offer Duck, Canada Goose & Conservation Snow Goose/ Upland Combo Hunts!) If you are interested in scheduling a pheasant hunt this winter or spring, please give us a call as soon as possible to reserve select dates- we are filling up fast. Call today at 217-734-2526 or E-Mail Gary@HeartlandLodge.com for more information!”

Our guided pheasant hunts in Pike County, Illinois are the best you will find. Our Orvis Endorsed pheasant hunting lodge and resort not only has great pheasant hunting, dogs, and professional guides but also has gourmet homecooked meals and lodging options. Even though all of our fields have both pheasants and quail, some areas hold mostly pheasants. Hunting pheasants behind our pointing dogs can be an exciting experience! We hunt along fence rows, food plots, and native prairie grasses. We manage our pheasant hunting fields to create a one-of-a-kind pheasant hunting experience!

Orvis endorsed wingshooting lodge logoThe scenery on each hunt will take you back in time to a simpler way of life. Come step back in time with us and continue the tradition of pheasant hunting that started here many years ago. We invite you to share and create your own memories along with starting a new tradition of pheasant hunting with friends and family at Heartland Lodge. Go to our Main Upland Bird Hunting Page for more details on how to reserve your next pheasant hunt at Heartland Lodge!

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