Lakota Hunt Club​

About Lakota Hunt Club

We opened Lakota Hunt Club in the spring of 2016

General Rules at Lakota Hunt Club

 • Please remember that Lakota Hunt Club is located on an active running cattle ranch and all areas of the property belonging to the Engh family. 

 

• During the rainy & wet seasons, please keep the number of vehicles on the roads of our property and out of the fields unless necessary. Please use four-wheelers whenever possible.

• No member or guest can use another member’s climbing tree stand without permission. Tripods and ladder stands are open for general use. However, if a person uses a tree climber, they must use a full-body safety harness.


• At no time will any hunter go on to or through an area that is already selected or leased by another hunter.

What our Hunters are saying

I have an annual lease for a section of the property at Lakota Ranch and I want you all to know that these guys, Jeremy Engh and Cody Ruble, are awesome people. If you lease a section they are readily available to help you set up your tree stand, put out trail cameras, provide advice and walk your section with you to show you the lay of the land. If you decide on a daily hunt rather than a lease, they will set you up for that as well at one of the several farms they have available. Based on my trail cameras this year is looking to be an awesome year with several mature bucks, bear, turkey, and numerous does showing up on all my cameras. If you are looking for a great place to hunt I highly recommend Lakota Hunt Club. Give Jeremy or Cody a call if interested and you will see what I am talking about.

Ron L.

We had such a wonderful time today. Thank you to my guide for the great experience, very professional and my 9 year old daughter had so much fun today.

Jimmy Z.

Hunted with Lakota this morning, and within two hours of getting in the stand I’d dropped a ten pointer. My guide helped with every subsequent step, from loading the deer in his truck, to gutting it, to taking it to the processor. I recommend Lakota Hunt Club.

Bill S.