Today, We Bring You An Extended Trailer Of The Next Episode
Of Scott Linden’s #1 Rated Upland TV Show, Wingshooting USA®
Exclusively shot on site at Ruggs Ranch.

The Finest & Largest In Private Bird Hunting

Wingshooting at Ruggs Ranch is an experience that you will not soon forget. Our wild and preserve bird hunting combined encompasses over 86,000 acres. Our kennel is armed with seasoned English Pointers, Springer Spaniels, and English Cockers eager to join the next hunt. Whether you’re hunting on our 8,000 acres of preserve ground, or doing our wild bird walk-up or horseback hunts, you will encounter hard flying Pheasant, Chukar, Quail and Hungarian Partridge, all in their native habitat. There is no bag limit when hunting on our preserve. Our ample food, cover and water ensure that our native bird populations stay vibrant, and our ability to hunt over such a vast acreage means we don’t over-pressure the population, and it also means you could visit Ruggs Ranch for many seasons and never hunt the same ground twice.

Your Adventure Awaits

Ruggs Ranch offers the best experience of wild bird and big game hunting west of the Mississippi. Get lost & find yourself in one of America’s most spectacular backyards. Over 86,000 acres of true American freedom awaits for you to carve out your legacy.

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Scott Linden On Ruggs Ranch

John, I have been to almost a hundred hunting and fishing lodges in my television career, some good, some not, several abysmal and very few exceptional. The list of those who consistently deliver on their promise of excellent hunting and hospitality is short. Ruggs Ranch belongs in that top tier.

Over and above everything (actually, I guess it would be under everything) is the land. I have never seen such variety and sheer volume. One of the reasons my viewers cite for going hunting is to be enveloped in natural beauty. Ruggs Ranch has it in spades, from stately timber strands and hushed forests, to limitless vistas of sage and bunchgrass. Thank goodness your string includes cockers for the wicked-thick bunchgrass and riparian areas, and horses for the big-sky chukar hills.

That abundant and high quality habitat leads to incredible hunting. Wild chukars, valley quail and Huns in their native surroundings, elk, deer, turkey ghosting through the pines, and of course pheasants skulking in the CRP and crops. It only gets better when you hunt horseback.

Your staff is top-drawer, driven to meet the needs of guests. Guides go out of their way to help, Gene takes dogs to the highest level, Vicky in the office is relentless in her attention to detail, and of course, Keith’s food is to die for. I warn you every time I visit that you’d better count your cocker spaniels before I leave because someday I will dognap one!

As their leader you’ve instilled in staff a willingness to go the extra mile and strive for excellence. A successful businessman told me years ago that the key to success was to be ten percent better than one’s competitors. In every respect Ruggs Ranch is that, or more.

Every time we broadcast an episode at Ruggs Ranch, my viewers express awe at the vastness, the “westernness” of Ruggs Ranch. It is every hunter’s dream to “cowboy up,” explore the wild west, be part of our rugged bast. Nowhere but at Ruggs Ranch can one live the dream.

Scott Linden
Wingshooting USA TV