About Royal Flush
The staff at Royal Flush has one thing in mind – to make sure that the hunters have the most memorable experience possible. We take a lot of pride in the possibility to make that come true and to create long lasting friendships. The hunting is amazing, the food is outstanding, and the fun is unforgettable. From all of us here at Royal Flush, we want to thank you for checking us out and we hope to hear from you soon!
Charlie Tveit – Owner
I was born and raised in the Dakota’s, earning vast knowledge of the land and the wildlife. Being raised on hunting, I have been doing it ever since I was old enough to hold a gun. The passion of watching the dogs work and the excitement of flushing up pheasants keeps me going every day. I have ran dogs in hunting tournaments and have taken several state championships including Missouri, Wisconsin, Minnesota, South Dakota and Iowa.
For the last 6 years, I have been guiding pheasant hunters as a hobby and have finally been fortunate enough to run a hunting lodge. The determination to make sure that clients have the best possible hunt and the desire that they will hopefully make it a tradition to come back year after year is what gives me the drive.
With amazing hunting land and top-notch hospitality, I am positive that this is an experience you will never forget. So come on over and lets hunt ‘em up!
Jim Ganser – Guide
Jim was born and raised in the Aberdeen area and has over 21 years in the law enforcement field and a background in firearms. Currently he is a firearms instructor for the State of South Dakota. With that everyone safety is a prime concern and his priority. Along with his three labs (Skyler, Aspen, Bear) he truly enjoys pheasant hunting all over South Dakota. His passion for pheasant hunting comes from growing up in the Aberdeen area. The birds’ incredible colors, speed, and ability to hide in short cover is amazing.
Through my involvement with Royal Flush he has been able to help guide people to a great pheasant hunts from all over the United States. Having a chance to connect with the groups and really get to know them and enjoy our time together is why he continually comes back year after year. Whether this is your first pheasant hunt or you’re an experience pheasant hunter Jim’s goal is to make sure you have an amazing time!
Bob – Guide
Bob resides in Mora, MN with his wife and their two Wirehairs Jake and Thor. Bob is retired and has been guiding for 3 years. He has been making the pilgrimage to the pheasant mecca of South Dakota for over 30 years. Bob enjoys the social aspect of hunting as well as the challenge of chasing the wily ringneck.
What he likes about guiding is the chance to work our dogs as well as the opportunity to meet new people and renew friendships from previous hunts. His goal is that we have a safe hunt and a positive hunting experience that will last a life time.
Jay Martin – Guide
Jay is from Glenwood, MN in central MN. Jay has over 10 years of professional guiding in SD with his line of German Wirehaired Pointers and Pudelpointers from Hard Point Kennel. They are outstanding and efficient upland pheasant hunting dogs. Jay has been an avid hunter and fisherman his whole life. He enjoys running the dogs and watching them work hard – doing what they are bred to do.
The dogs live for hunting season and possibly the “lunchtime” where they may enjoy a little snack that is shared. Jay enjoys spending time with all the guests – new and returning – many who have become friends over the years. His goal is a safe hunt with lots of shooting opportunities with lots of laughs and great life long memories whether is it a once in a lifetime hunting trip or a yearly adventure.
David Meyer – Guide
David was raised in South Dakota and, in his youth, would spend as much time as possible in the outdoors, whether it be hunting, fishing or just hitting a few targets. Currently living in Aberdeen with his wife of 15 years, together they enjoy summers in a boat fishing on the river or camping with friends. One of the many reasons he love South Dakota, and particularly Aberdeen, are the people. Although there aren’t many of us around the ones you find will make it worth it!
David refers to himself as semi-retired; however, every time he ends up with a new project! David has been on the Aberdeen Rural Fire Department for twelve years and currently serve as a captain on the department. He is also an active member of the Community Emergency Response Team and fly drone for law enforcement agencies during crisis situations if needed.
In addition to guiding experienced hunters he also greatly enjoys sharing the hunting experience with new and youth hunters. Together with his dog Abby and sidekick Sage they will work hard to make your experience at Royal Flush Hunting Lodge one you will remember!