Nevada Chukar Hunting
- Wild birds.
- There are plenty of chukar and Hungarian partridge.
- Hunt behind well trained Brittany’s, Pointers, and English Setters.
- Moderate difficulty. Some hunters even call this an “easy” chukar hunt.
- October to early November.
LET'S START PLANNING YOUR NEXT TRIP
Please be specific so we can find exactly what you're looking for.
Nevada chukar hunting for wild birds behind well trained dogs! This hunt offers the beauty of chukar hunting country and professional guides who will do their best to help you harvest some of these elusive birds. The conventional wisdom is that chukar country is steep and tough to hunt… but that isn’t the case at all. The fact is that this area is very huntable, even for chukars. And there are a lot of birds. In the mornings your guide will take you to areas where you can drive up to the tops of ridges and plateaus and then you hunt the tops. In the late morning and afternoon when the temperature is getting up there you hunt the valleys where there are streams and seeps.
Hunting upland birds behind a Brittany, English Setter, or Pointer can be truly rewarding endeavor for even the most experienced of hunters.
Nevada’s most iconic upland game bird, the Chukar partridge is found throughout the state. This outfitter is dedicated to locating birds before season so that you can have have an enjoyable hunt. Chukar are often found in rough country, however, your guide will do his best to find more moderate country.
For pricing or more information about Nevada chukar hunting, contact us.
Ask About Hunt #OI-OPGSN2