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WHO ARE WE?

Wild Wing Lodge offers outstanding upland hunting on property nestled in the gently rolling hills of northwestern Kentucky’s Crittenden County, not far from the Ohio River and the border with southeastern Illinois.

The important things at Wild Wing Lodge are the impeccable dog work and covey flushes that are both hard and fast. The only concern becomes…can your shot catch up to the elusive quail?   If not, there will always be another covey to find! Our goal at Wild Wing Lodge is to provide our guests with the best hunt you have ever had or even heard of. To provide that experience you’ll be hunting thousands of acres of beautiful Kentucky property, which means the birds don’t get pressured.

The quail at Wild Wing Lodge fly incredibly hard and fast.  There are many big coveys numbering 20-plus with some coveys over 50 birds. Wild Wing Lodge is a special world reserved for you. A rewarding world of open fields, eager dogs on point, guns at the ready, and the startling  whir of a rising covey!

WHAT IS IT LIKE?

Our native warm season grasses and supplemental feeding programs promote healthy and well fed quail. When you step past one of our well-trained pointing dogs and a covey of 20-plus birds rockets up in every direction, you’ll understand what we mean by The Wild Wing Lodge Difference.

“As manager of the field operation for Innotek for 15 years and training bird dogs for 55 plus year’s, I have had the privilege to hunt and shoot quail at some of the finest plantations and preserves in the USA. No place has more coveys or better flying birds than Wild Wing Lodge. The lodge has great home style meals and a very comfortable atmosphere. The dog work is of the highest quality and the guides helpful and friendly. This is my favorite place to go for a great bird hunting experience and relaxation.”

Ed Rader

“Because of my line of work, I’ve been lucky enough to hunt at some of the finest wing-shooting lodges and hunting clubs in the country, as well as traveling to wild-bird destinations on public lands. I can tell you that Wild Wing Lodge and Kennel is one of the best. It’s Mid-South quail hunting at its best – a combination of south Georgia and what was once the best of Kansas and Nebraska, all coupled with that great Kentucky hospitality.

Steve Smith