A Georgia plantation hunt with “ugly dogs” launches the third season of Scott Linden’s Wingshooting USA television series, broadcast on NBC Sports and four other networks. The episode, airing the week of Sept. 26, was shot at Quail Country Plantation near Arlington, Georgia, and offers several twists on the traditional southern-style hunt.
Appropriate to the rough-and-tumble approach of German Wirehairs and shorthairs featured on the show, Scott and his guest Terry Wilson “walk up” bobwhite quail rather than approach via the more genteel mule-drawn wagon. Three generations of dogs, a touching story of physical and emotional redemption, and classic southern habitat highlight the program. Scott’s wirehair Buddy teaches him the value of “weekends,” even for dogs, in the Buddy & Me segment. The “TruckVault Cares” public service segment features the International Hunter Education Association.
In addition to NBC Sports, the award-winning program airs on Sportsman Channel, AMG-TV, TUFF-TV and Legacy Television. Days and times vary by network; detailed program information is available at www.scottlindenoutdoors.com.
Voted “favorite upland hunting series” and “favorite host” two years running in a national viewer survey, Scott Linden’s Wingshooting USA is shot entirely in high definition. It is available to over 235 million households via Dish Network, DirecTV, most cable television providers, and more than 300 local television stations.