Variety of dogs, locations marks debut episode of Wingshooting USA
USA -(AmmoLand.com)- A new season of the TV series Wingshooting USA debuts this weekend on Discovery Networks’ Destination America and American Heroes channels and eight other networks.
Wind, standing corn, swamps and running birds, vex host Scott Linden and guests in a variety of locations hunting with a wide array of dogs – except when they go dog-less. “No dogs, slow dogs, low dogs” is the title, reflecting the mix of Pointers, Labs, Cockers, and Springers who get their day in the sun … once it comes out. The show travels from Redfield, South Dakota, to Cheyenne Signature Lodge near Pierre South Dakota, then finishes in Florida at Quail Country Plantation where a Cocker Spaniel puppy steals the show – and everyone’s heart.
A preview of the show is available at https://youtu.be/nm8a9YJXLAY.
The program airs Saturday 6:30 a.m. Eastern on American Heroes; Sunday, 7 a.m. Eastern on Destination America. Wingshooting USA also airs on eight other networks and cable systems. Go here for times/days: https://scottlindenoutdoors.com/wingshootingusa/where-to-watch/.
Highlights of the new season include aerial footage to illustrate hunting strategy and tactics, an interactive dog breed information “pop-quiz,” a return visit to the Governor’s Invitational Pheasant Hunt in Kansas, and first-ever coverage of the invitational test of the North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association, an event Linden called the “American Ninja Warrior” of dog events. Locations range from South Dakota, to Florida, Alabama, Nebraska, Ohio, Oregon, Kentucky, and Kansas. A new Fur Feathers Friends initiative will bring Wingshooting USA viewers to Kansas to hunt alongside active-duty and military veterans at Ravenwood Lodge near Topeka.
The official TV series of the National Shooting Sports Foundation, Wingshooting USA is the most-watched bird hunting show on television.
About Scott Linden’s Wingshooting USA:
The official TV series of the National Shooting Sports Foundation, Wingshooting USA is also the most-watched bird hunting show on television. The program airs on seven networks including Discovery’s Destination America. Sponsors include YETI coolers, Paw Print Genetics, Cabela’s, Happy Jack Inc., Filson, Kansas Dept. of Wildlife, Parks & Tourism, Camp Chef, TruckVault, Fiocchi ammunition, South Dakota Tourism, EverGreen RV Manufacturing, and Ugly Dog Hunting Co. The show’s conservation partner is Quail Forever.
For more information, please visit www.scottlindenoutdoors.com.