Q: Can we bring our own dogs?
A: You are more than welcome to use your own dogs at your own risk.
Q: How long will it take to train my dog?
A: A well bred, well socialized dog on average should take about 3-4 months. Please call and talk to one of our professional dog trainers about getting your dog hunt trained.
"Wanted to send out a quick email saying Thanks for a great weekend. This last weekend was my first PHU hunt and I'm hooked. I hope to see you at the nationals if I'm lucky. All of the staff and volunteers did an excellent job and hope you will forward my thanks to all of them. The event was..."
Scott, Wiley & Ruby
"We purchased a little brindled female lab puppy from Trent and Katie. She is a sweet dog who loves to play fetch and is crazy about birds! Trent was great about letting us visit the pups at any time so we could get to know them. The parents were well cared for, well mannered, and great hunters. We think..."
Rita & Mike Black
"We recently purchased a black lab puppy from Pheasant Bonanza. We were very impressed with the care and communication we received about our dog. We also appreciated Trent and his efforts to get us the best deal & best dog. Thank you for all you did!!"
James & Kylie Shada
"I would highly recommend spending a day at Pheasant Bonanza. I participated in the European hunt this year and it was by far the best hunting experience I have ever had. I had the opportunity to shoot more birds than I have ever dreamed of. The best experience was..."
The Harry A Koch Co
"My family had a reunion at your lodge in July and we want to thank you for all the little extras. We had fourteen adults and seven children under 6. There was plenty of room, so we could separate the kids for sleeping and a large lawn to play in. The kitchen was..."
Pheasant Bonanza participates and hosts a number of competitions that will test you and your dog against the best in the area and Nation.
Our goal is to provide hunters and dog handlers an affordable experience with a competitive edge. Our club competitions are held monthly and consist of 3 birds for the single dog run (either chukar or pheasant), or 6 birds for the two dog run in a designated field. The dog is scored on point or flush (depending on division) and retrieve, the handler is scored on shells used and time used. The competitions are a maximum of 20 minutes and you have the opportunity to run with one or two handlers/hunters. Each dog can be run a maximum of four times on a weekend event. The competitions are a great way to extend your hunting season and a good way to see how you compare to others in the area. Pheasant Bonanza also hosts sanctioned events such as AKC, PHU, and NAVHDA.
If you have any questions about any of the events or scoring, please call (402.374.1765) or E-mail (email@example.com).
If you are interested in participating in an event please use the "Contact Us" form on the right or call or E-mail. We do accept entries the days of the events for the club competitions but appreciate reservations. All sanctioned events MUST be pre registered by designated date. Bird Hunters United events require all entries to be in by the Wednesday before the trial.
- NATHA Nebraska State Partridge competition January 19th and 20th
- BHU Nebraska February 2nd
Recent Competition Results
Prize Winner: Gary McDonald
1st Place Amateur Flushing
- Gary and Nugget won first with a score of 97 and a first bird time of 1:59.
Prize Winner: Tim Wees' Bailey handled by Terry Bisgard
1st Place Open Flushing
- Bailey scored 106
Prize Winner: Trevor Wehrer
1st Place Amateur Pointing
- Trevor and Brew took first with a score of 90 and a first bird time of 2:42.