Pheasant Shooting Alabama
Pheasant shooting is among the most popular wingshooting activities in North America, and a bucket-list item for many dedicated sportsmen. Pheasant shooting in North America is limited to the Ring-neck pheasant, just one of more than 50 species of pheasants found around the world
Pheasant hunting in Alabama at Westervelt Lodge will set a new standard for your idea of good pheasant shooting. Our hunting guides and hunters can find this game bird in weed patches, grassy meadows, at the edges of woodlands, and of course in grain fields. Westervelt Lodge manages its property to optimize the habitat for wildlife, creating the perfect setting for epic pheasant shooting year after year. When it comes to pheasant hunting in Alabama landscapes provide seeds, berries, fruits, shoots, insects, crops, and a variety of the wild plants and cover that pheasants need to survive and thrive.
When choosing an outfitter for hunting in Alabama, a discerning sportsman has several things to consider, not the least of which is whether or not to hunt over a dog. Pheasant shooting over a dog is an art form in itself, and Westervelt Lodge wants to give all of its guests the opportunity to experience it. If you have a four-legged hunting buddy of your own, Westervelt Lodge provides top-of-the-line accommodations for your pup while you stay with us. If you choose to bring your dog along, please remember to bring the latest vaccination certificates so your pheasant shooting adventure goes off without a hitch. If you do not have a dog of your own, Westervelt Lodge has a kennel full of expertly trained bird dogs available to you.
To get the full pheasant hunting experience in Alabama, we encourage our guests to hunt over our bird dogs.