Location: PDR Youth Hunt

Managed by: Payton Dean Rasmussen Youth Hunt

Management Address

300 1st Ave W
Clark SD 57225

The PDR Youth Hunt began in 2008. Held in Clark, SD, the hunt is meant to honor Payton Dean Rasmussen whose life was taken by spinal meningitis in 1999. The P.D.R. Youth Hunt allows young children with disabilities to enjoy a carefree weekend of hunting where friends and memories are made.A yearly hunt where up to ten qualified participants will receive an all-expenses paid hunting adventure.


The PDR Hunt is a non-profit organization that provides a white-tail deer hunt to youth with disabilities. The hunt is held annually mid-September near Clark, South Dakota. PDR board members make all hunter selections. Obtaining a South Dakota big game hunting license is the responsibility of each hunter. Forms are available on-line at http://gfp.sd.gov/licenses.    Included for both hunter and one parent or guardian are: meals/lodging for two nights and the meat processing of one white-tail doe as well as access to: firearms, ammunition, targets, private hunting land, handicap-accessible enclosed deer blinds with hard surface floors to accommodate wheel chairs, individual hunting guides, transportation to/from the field.  

For further information regarding this hunt and to download an application please visit www.pdryouthhunt.com.   

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The hunt is based out of Clark, SD.