Start here for advice on how to find bird hunting spots: public, private, and everything in between. Find walk-in bird hunting, wildlife areas and other options. Where to hunt? Right here!
Ready to grow as a hunter? Learning where to hunt is Step One. Then, want to learn how to hunt? Or are you just looking for that one helpful tip? Here's the place to start to succeed in the field.
Once you find a bird hunting spot, your dog is your most important partner. Where to hunt? Your dog knows! Here are training tips, care and feeding advice and more.
Who has time to shoot hundreds of rounds at the range? Nobody! Especially with kids, dogs, chores, work and oh yeah, your spouse taking precedence. Here are some suggestions on making every shot count, and becoming a better wingshooter with one, two, or three boxes of target rounds.
PS: Want more educational videos, tips, tricks and tactics? Go here.
My friend Al Gadoury opens his book on all things ringneck ... plus a few observations on sharptails and Huns, too. He'll clue us in to why sharptails won't be where they usually are and why, plus some tips on developing a young dog on the prairies. Al will take us to school on hunting pheasants, starting with habitat, to stealth, to strategy and tactics for hard-hunted public birds. We'll learn why blocking isn't just for South Dakota mob-scene hunts, and gain insight into the fascinating world of spaniel trial gunning - not for the faint of heart! "Road Trip" offers some starting points for sharptailed grouse, and we look at what birds you hunt most. And it's all brought to you by: Sage & Braker Mercantile, Pointer shotguns,, @midwayusa, #midwayusa, Midway USA, Mid Valley Clays and Shooting School, TrulockChokes, HiViz shooting systems, Purina Pro Plan Sport and FindBirdHuntingSpots.com. You can listen to all the podcasts here.
Why this website? Find bird hunting spots ... sounds easy, but it's more complicated than the statement above, with a lot of moving parts. But it's also absolutely true. Lack of accessible land is the biggest reason many of us quit hunting or never start in the first place. My hope is this website will help - because without hunters, there is virtually no conservation.
- Scott Linden
Your public access adventure starts here! From the first online webinar to a list of access providers, to an e-booklet detailing it all. Wingshooting USA TV's Scott Linden is sharing his 32 years and 26 states' worth of experience hunting wild birds on public and publicly-accessible "walk-in" land. You'll learn how to find the best information sources, to strategies and tactics for finding and hunting ground. Save yourself time, money, aggravation, fuel and boot leather. Shop the entire library!