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Happenings

Happenings 2013

Happenings Group Photos 2012

Happenings Fall/Winter 2011-12  

Summer 2011  Winter 2010-11

Fall 2010  Summer 2010

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Upland sporting enthusiasts – our 2014 season is upon us! Pine Shadows Daybreak is excited to begin another fall of memory making hunts.

The springer spaniels are conditioned and ready, our dedicated staff of huntsmen are anxious to serve you, and the favorite coverts of South Dakota’s first pheasant home will share some flushes of ringnecks to avid wingshooters.   

We look forward to your visit.

 

 

Mark Haglin, owner of Pine Shadows Daybreak, is pleased to announce the appointment of Chef Wade Haugen as the lodge’s new executive chef. Chef Haugen, a highly distinguished hospitality industry expert with over 20 years of experience, and sous chef Rachel Hogan of Oklahoma form this exciting new culinary team.    With an extraordinary background as general manager of the Minneapolis Gun Club, Chef Haugen brings a breadth of experience in international cuisine and driving passion to his new role. Hogan, who trained at the Nutrition Therapy Institute of Denver, is not only a talented chef; she has grown up in the sporting tradition of bird dogs.  She recently had her story and her recipe for Elk Sliders published in the Summer 2014 USA Today Hunt&Fish magazine.

Spring 2014

The Elm is flowing, although no flooding this year. Teal and other species are nesting in the pools and edges.  We had some good help preparing the wood duck boxes.  Zia and Merlin are always ready to hold down the front seat of the mule.  The deer are still in good sized groups. The bunch here were on the ridge just east of the monument.   Pheasants are plentiful, made it through the winter quite well.

A photo update on the Loft.  Guests are discovering the parlor as a relaxed getaway, except when the home team is playing on the big screen.  Each of the bedroom suites are quiet from one another, comfortable retreats.  Themes from old westerns include Tombstone, Buffalo Bill Cody, Wells Fargo, and The Good, The Bad, The Ugly.

 

 A major improvement project this past summer at Daybreak was the addition of the Loft.  Four suites have been added along with a large parlor and a grand overlook porch to the South. Hunters will begin using this in September.

                   

RESERVATIONS

Fall Pheasant Hunting, the way it ought to be.

 

Call Mark 218.821.1295
218.829.4736
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Ó Daybreak 2014