Hunting dogs are a huge part of what we do! Each of our guides has dogs that flush and then retrieve downed birds. We rotate our hunting dogs to make sure they don’t get overtired and sick. If there is one thing we hear often it is, “You all have the best hunting dogs! How can I buy one?” Well, our trained hunting dogs aren’t for sale, but we do occasionally have puppies! All our dogs are here to help make your stay excellent and make sure you enjoy the pheasant hunting experience!
How We Train Our Hunting Dogs
Each of our dogs is hand selected by our team of guides for temperament and breeding. We currently use purebred labrador retrievers. Our dogs go through extensive obedience training at a professional puppy boarding school and then we bring them home and teach them the ins and outs of retrieving and pheasant hunting. Our dogs are well behaved and fun to be around! Meet some of the guest favorites below!
These acres make for excellent nesting; and with wild pheasants producing 10-12 chicks per hen, we do everything possible to help them reach maturity. We want you to come to our place and see hundreds of wild pheasants instead of listening to us brag about how many raised birds we turned loose.
Our Hunting Ground
We have a wide variety of hunting locations on our land complete with different types of crops; so no matter the weather, we will always have the right area and cover to get your limit of birds. It is not necessary for us to guarantee your limit because at Biggins Hunting Service, you will get your limit. But if you are curious, see our testimonials!
We own and operate the vast majority of the land that we hunt, and only our hunters hunt this land. As a result, we can run a safe, well-organized hunt. Our staff of highly-trained, qualified hunting guides realize you are here to have fun and hunt at your own pace and comfort. Guides will help you sharpen your skills with our 15 station traphouse sporting clay setup. We even furnish the sporting clays!