I'm not going to tell you how to dress. Mostly because, again, I'm not sponsored. Yet. I'll give you a short rundown of some of the generics that you might consider, since South Dakota can be so fickle in the Fall. Bring some orange if you don't trust your hunting partner. Bring a hunting vest. The birds will fit in the saddle bags, but sometimes the extra pockets are nice. Warm and cold hats. We've hunted in full face masks in the morning and t-shirts the same afternoon. I did say fickle South Dakota, right? Good waterproof boots, and it's best to have them broken in before you arrive. Narrow toe boots for horseback hunting is a plus, but your stirrups will accommodate a hiking boot. Chaps or face pants are a bonus when you hit the thick stuff. I know we said rolling prairie, but there is thick stuff on the prairie, too. Rain coat. Snow coat. No coat. Take your pick. We never know. The same goes for shooting gloves, warm gloves, and long underwear. Biking shorts with padded seat- I've never used them, but I hear they are the bees knees. That being said, this list isn't complete, it's just some things. You probably know how to dress yourself anyway, so we're good.