RGS on Wingshooting USA


07/20/15

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Combining two days of hunting into one episode, Scott Linden and Wingshooting USA will present their National Grouse & Woodcock Hunt episode in the coming weeks.

The first air dates will be on five networks the week of July 27 and on NBC Sports the week of August 24. Channels carrying Wingshooting USA are Pursuit Channel, Hunt Channel, AMG-TV, TUFF-TV, TheWalkTV and NBC Sports, as well as VIDillion, a real-time stream from Pursuit Channel. Details on where to watch: http://scottlindenoutdoors.com/wingshootingusa/where-to-watch/.

The first portion features Scott's hunt with Terry Wilson, RGS National Director, and his wife, Nancy Anisfield, of Ugly Dog Hunting Company and their huntsman, Trapper Goltz, followed by his hunt with John Eichinger, RGS President & CEO, and Brian Smith and their huntsman, Josh Michalek. As John commented to Scott after watching the preview, 'You and your team have set the gold standard for how to present a grouse hunt on video, and you really captured the essence of what it's like to be a grouse hunter.'

Scott Linden and Terry Wilson
l to r: Scott Linden, Wingshooting USA; Trapper Goltz, NGWH huntsman;
and Terry Wilson, RGS National Director and owner of Ugly Dog Hunting Company
Photo courtesy of Nancy Anisfield
 

Scott Linden accepting American woodcock from German wire-haired pointer
Scott Linden accepting American woodcock from German wire-haired pointer
Photo courtesy of Nancy Anisfield

Thank you to Scott Linden and Wingshooting USA for this outstanding presentation.
Scott Linden
Scott Linden Outdoors
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Wingshooting USA, plus print, online,
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www.scottlindenoutdoors.com

Wingshooting USA travel trailer
Wingshooting USA travel trailer parked at NGWH, Grand Rapids, MN
Photo courtesy of Nancy Anisfield

 

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