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Shoot Roosters Hunting Lodge or Ted Moe Farm is a family-owned farming operation. The Roosters Family specializes in offering full-service, all-inclusive pheasant hunts. Professional guiding with German Wirehaired Pointers, lodging, all meals, and transportation are included. Private bedrooms with bath are available. Meals are family-style and guest favorites include Midwestern treats such as homemade fresh baked goods, lots of mashed potatoes and gravy, prime rib, ham, and pheasant. Facilities include hot tub, bar, lounge, recreation room, and big-screen TV with satellite. Besides pheasant hunting, an array of waterfowl and archery deer hunts are available.

Location: Watertown South Dakota 57201 Telephone 605-345-3999 Fax 605-345-3990

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09/28 Coming to The Watertown area
South Dakota BBQ Championships Huron SD May31-June1 Anyone can compete in the backyard BBQ Competition. Meat is provided so you don't need to bring any.
Teapot Days Tea SD June13-15 Enjoy the carnival, view antique tractors and equipment, and watch the crowning of Ma and Pa Teapot.
Antique Power Show Huron SD June15-17 Experience the days of antique tractors, cars, steam and stationary gas engines. 150 exhibits and displays, entertainment, demonstrations, flea market, parade and tractor and car games.
Brown County Fair Aberdeen SD August12-18 The Brown County Fair has been providing entertainment and promoting family unity since the 1880s. Enjoy the Dacotah Stampede Rodeo and the demolition derby.
Sidewalk Arts Festival Sioux Falls SD September7 The Sidewalk Arts Festival is the Sioux Salls region's largest one day outdoor festival. Held each year in historic downtown Sioux falls, the festival fills Phillips Avenue from 9th to 14th streets, draws 65,000 visitors and showcases 375 fine art, folk art, and craft booths.