Krull Lodge - Harrold, South Dakota

Classic Wing-Shooting

Pheasant • Partridge • Sharptail • Prairie Chicken

For more information please call:

1 888.HUNT-SD1


Pierre Regional Airport Travel Notice | 07/30/2018

With hunting season just around the corner I'd like to update you on commercial air service at Pierre Regional Airport.

US DOT awarded essential air service to ADI for another two years. Same plane, route and schedule but there are changes.

Starting August 1st, ADI will change their name to California Pacific Airlines due to ADI's acquisition from a businessman in Carlsbad, CA. With that change comes new tail feathers and new reservations but the same low rates as low as $49 to Watertown, SD and $99 to Denver.

Reservations will be available on third party reservation platforms such as expedia and Travelocity in addition to or calling their reservation number 855-505-9394. Interline agreements with Delta and American Airlines are in the works!

Existing reservations will seamlessly transfer. Local travel agents can make reservations if you experience problems booking.

Book early! Watertown passenger traffic has increased 50% since ADI started and takes as many seats as Pierre does.


Mike Isaacs | Airport Manager


"Hunters looking for an antidote to the military-style pheasant drives common across much of South Dakota may want to check out Krull Lodge. Located 30 miles east of Pierre, the lodge sits amid gently rolling prairie that is home to a mix of sharp-tailed grouse, prairie chickens, Hungarian partridge and, of course, plenty of ringnecks. ...

The food at Krull was some of the finest I've enjoyed in visits to perhaps 150 lodges throughout the world."

-- Chris Dorsey, Shooting Sportsman

Experience The Best of South Dakota!

The Krull ranch, located 30 miles east of South Dakota's capital city of Pierre, has been carefully maintained by the Krull family for nearly 100 years.

This spectacular property of over 11,000 acres offers hunting in several diversified landscapes, including wide sweeping ravines, rolling prairie hills, abandoned tree-covered farmsteads overgrown into perfect pheasant cover, plus lakes, dams and streams surrounded by brushy draws and heavy cattails. The natural cover, accented with abundant food plots, is a wildlife paradise for the many species of gamebirds native to the area.