Safety Matters Most

For 40 years, we’ve been committed to keeping our hunters safe so they can enjoy their experience to the fullest.

Safety Measures

We want you to enjoy your stay here at Red Rock Ranch, and make memories you’ll cherish for years to come. In order to do that, we prioritize your safety above all else. Keeping our hunters, guides, dogs, and property safe is paramount, and we expect the same commitment from each of our guests.

Hunting License

Before your hunt begins, you are required to have a hunting license. If you do not have one, you will need to purchase a 10-day commercial hunting license here.

Safety Training

Safety training is required before anyone enters the hunting field. All hunters must watch the safety video and agree to the safety rules.

Shooting Practice

We encourage all hunters to shoot trap before beginning the hunt. This helps you become familiar with the feel of the shotgun, especially if you are a first time hunter.

Guided Hunts

All of our hunts are guided, and our guides are experienced, fully trained, and focused on your safety. If you are new to hunting, or it’s just been awhile, our guides are here to help.

10 Safety Rules at Red Rock Ranch

A blaze orange hunting vest is required before entering the field.

No alcohol may be consumed prior to or during a hunt. We also do not permit smoking during a hunt or in the field.

We do not allow betting at the ranch.

Always be willing to pass up potentially dangerous shots.

Treat your shotgun with respect.

Make sure your shotgun has the safety on before loading.

Never allow the muzzle of the shotgun to point at another hunting partner, your guide, or the dogs.

Never drop your shotgun below a horizontal plane with the ground in an attempt to shoot a low flying bird.

Never break the hunting formation.

Know the 5 variables, and their placement at all times.
  • Your partner.
  • Your guide. 
  • Dog number one. 
  • Dog number two. 
  • The vehicle.