EUROPEAN STYLE DRIVEN SHOOTING WITH WESTERN SENSIBILITIES
Our 2,200 acre Idaho ranch is designed to provide driven pheasant shoots that combine European traditions with Western sensibilities. The Idaho hunting season varies, but pheasant and chukar seasons open on August 15 and extend to early in the following year.
ENJOY EUROPEAN STYLE DRIVEN SHOOTING IN AMERICA
The experience of an overhead-driven pheasant shoot has traditionally been limited to European hunting lodges. That is no longer the case. Lazy Triple Creek Ranch’s walkup and driven pheasant and chukar hunting were designed and developed by Edward Watson, our first Director of Shooting. Edward had been the Executive Director of the West London Shooting School, a leading shooting estate manager, and regular writer for the Shooting Gazette in the UK. Edward came to the American West to develop a shooting estate in America which rivaled anything in Europe. Taking advantage of our wonderful terrain, he succeeded. Birds fly from one field to the next over a line of guns in the canyons below. Come visit the original home of European Style Driven Shooting with Western Sensitivities in America.
WALK-UP SHOOTING FOR ALL LEVELS
Parts of the ranch are planted with pheasant and chukar-holding cover crops of corn, sorghum, and sunflowers for walk-up shooting behind well-trained dogs. We provide guides and dogs. Your own well-trained hunting dog is welcome.
A unique offering at Lazy Triple Creek Ranch is our ability to accommodate bird hunters who cannot handle all the walking involved in walk-up hunting behind dogs. Inspired by forward guide seats used in Africa, two of our Polaris Rangers are equipped with forward shooting seats so all can enjoy the thrills of upland bird shooting without all the walking.