Jon Hubble - Premier Wingshooting
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Break open shotguns are required for all walk-up hunts. Typically 7.5 and higher shot will do the job on all species.
What to Bring (Additional):
Bring a good pair of boots and layers of clothes as we can have 30-degree temps in the morning and 70s in the afternoons. Hats and sunscreen.
Our typical upland season is from late October through late February. But depending on the weather, we may roll into March.
Quail and chukar partridge are typically hunted, with the odd bonus pheasant harvested on walk-up hunts.
We are located in north-central Texas. With large rolling hills of native grasses, the elevation changed adds to the wildness and vistas of Premier Wingshooting.
Typical winter weather is varied; pack for 30-degree temperatures as a low and up to 80 degrees as a high. A good mix of Orvis lite gear with layering will typically suit any wingshooter
Rates start from: $450/hunter.
You can find all pricing information at: https://premierwingshooting.com/hunts/
What is Provided:
Walk-up hunts typically include all guide fees, access to great hunting areas, snacks, and beverages during hunt. Bird processing is an added cost.
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