What you can shoot: You can not shoot the female pheasant known as the hen. You can only shoot the male pheasant known as the rooster.
Limits: You can only shoot 3 a day. The possession limit is 15. It is the most number of pheasants you can have with you at a time.
Hen: The hen, known as the female, is grayish in color.
Rooster: The rooster, known as the male, is multi-colored with a white ring around its neck.
Seasons & Openings: Pheasants are hunted in fall, and usually pheasant opening starts the 3rd Saturday of October.
License: Out of state hunters buy a license for $104.00 (including tax). In state licenses cost $27.00. In state youth licenses cost $5.00.
Out of state hunters: Out of state hunters are allowed to hunt for 10 days, but can't stay all 10 in a row.
What you can shoot: Both male & female grouse.
Two types of grouse we have in Lyman County: prairie chicken & sharp tail.
Limits: You can shoot 3 a day.
Season: Grouse are hunted in fall.
Descriptions: Male grouse have ear wings, which are little horns sticking out from their ear.
2 types of deer in Lyman County: White-tailed and mule.
What you can shoot: You can shoot both male & female, depending on what kind of license you have.
Male: Known as the buck. Bucks have antlers.
Female: Known as the doe.
White-tailed: White-tailed deer usually run faster than the mule, are light brown in color with a large white tip tail.
Mule: Mules usually run slower than the white-tailed, are bigger than the white-tailed, have bigger ears, and a black tip tail. They are medium brown in color.
Licenses: There are numerous licenses available.
Seasons & Openings: Deer are hunted in the fall. Deer opening starts the 2nd Saturday of November in Lyman County. It is open for 2 weeks.
Above, are pictures of pheasants.