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Triple U Buffalo Ranch

#4 of 9 things to do in Fort Pierre Features Animals
26314 Tatanka Rd, Fort Pierre, SD 57532-4912
+1 605-567-3624
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Excellent!

Professional staff, amazing scenery, magnificent animals, very neat experience overall.

Reviewed 18 December 2011
harvesttimeinND
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North Dakota
Outstanding!

I found the personnel at the ranch to be excellent. This is a buffalo ranch and they have the... read more

Reviewed 3 November 2011
pegleg58
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Duncan Falls, Ohio
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18 Dec 2011
“Excellent!”
3 Nov 2011
“Outstanding!”
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26314 Tatanka Rd, Fort Pierre, SD 57532-4912
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+1 605-567-3624
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Reviewed 18 December 2011

Professional staff, amazing scenery, magnificent animals, very neat experience overall.

2  Thank harvesttimeinND
Reviewed 3 November 2011

I found the personnel at the ranch to be excellent. This is a buffalo ranch and they have the buffalo! Visited the Fort Sedgewick site and looked over the ranch. Lots of wild life and good hunting. The guides and service they provided is second...More

6  Thank pegleg58
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TerryGranade
Are you still conducting hunts on the Standing Butte Ranch? If so, are you selling heads and hides for mounting and rug use? I hunted there in 1986. My head and hide was stolen by the taxidermist from Houston, Texas. I am looking to replace the head, new home, fireplace sight. Nothing better than from the Standing Butte Ranch. We spent a wonderful day with Roy Houke. What a fine gentleman. I have fond memories of my day with him, and his family. Terry
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