TV Personality Scott Linden & His Dogs Roll Into Reno To Answer Questions

Awesome Upland Road Trip, powered by Tiger Adventure Vehicles
Awesome Upland Road Trip, powered by Tiger Adventure Vehicles
What the Dogs Taught Me
What the Dogs Taught Me

Reno, Nevada  –-(  The Reno, Nevada, Cabela’s store is next on TV host Scott Linden’s “Awesome Upland Road Trip, powered by Tiger Adventure Vehicles.” On Friday, Oct. 11 he parks his custom-built Tiger Adventure Vehicle in front of the Reno, Nevada Cabela’s store from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to answer questions about dogs and bird hunting.

He will also conduct half-hour seminars inside the store at 1 p.m. and 2 p.m.

Linden has answered thousands of viewer questions on his show, at his Facebook page and in his new book What the Dogs Taught Me (Skyhorse Publishing, New York). He’s traveling the country on the Cabela’s Awesome Upland Road Trip, stopping along the way to make TV shows, meet fans, sign books and answer dog-related questions.

His own dogs Buddy and Manny will be there as well to meet their fans, and have graciously volunteered to answer human-related questions.

In addition to Cabela’s stores, stops along the Road Trip include Kansas’ Ravenwood Lodge and Governor’s Ringneck Classic, Huron, South Dakota’s Ringneck Festival, and Deer Creek Lodge in Sebree, Kentucky.

Wingshooting USA is the most-watched bird hunting television show on the air, broadcasting on seven networks including NBC Sports. The official TV series of the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the program is an honest portrayal of bird dogs and hunting … hits, misses and mis-steps. Voted “favorite upland TV host” and “favorite upland hunting show” in viewer surveys, the program airs up to 17 times per week.

Buddy and Scott
Buddy and Scott making Plans for Fall Hunting

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