A decade later, we’ve hunted 11 states in search of eight different game birds and have learned a lot along the way.
Bob St. Pierre
The author devised this wild game cooking dish for locavores and old-school hunters alike.
While upland bird hunting a WMA, the author finds peace, solitude, and conservation inspiration in the leks that sharpies inhabit.
The Rooster Road Trip delivers good canine memories and hunting reflections during a stop in Oklahoma for quail and other upland birds.
As grouse and other autumn bird seasons begin, every hunting dog owner should keep the ingredients handy for a canine de-skunking kit.
Think conservation when purchasing the equipment you haul afield this autumn for grouse, pheasants, and woodcock.
Roosters survived a relatively tame winter, and spring nesting conditions have been above average across the upland bird belt
Want to get rich this spring? Teach your canine companion how to find some tasty fungi.
Great ring-necked opportunities exist in the central portion of the country for your own rooster road-trip through Jan. 31.
With December is shaping up well for hunting ring-necked pheasants and other upland game birds, here are some tips for winter shotgunning.
Heading west toward a more upbeat ring-necked pheasant forecast from 2014, the author experiences a free-wheelin’ rooster opener.
From opener until late season, trust your hound, find the rooster forage, and hunt till shooting hours end.
Use grouse, dove, and waterfowl seasons as an opportunity to hone your skills (and your dog’s skills) before roosters become hunting priority one.
Fiddle-playing pheasant hunter Nick Hoffman and his bird dog “Waylon” support Pheasants Forever’s conservation efforts.
Wildlife, water, fish and wildlife need American sportsmen – hunters and anglers – to raise their collective voices
Recapping Pheasants Forever’s 2015 National Pheasant Fest and Quail Classic in Des Moines; 2016 event headed for Kansas City
More practical quality products for women, new over/unders and lighter gauges, and left-handed firearms greeted the massive crowds and attendees in Las Vegas last week.
A few months back, a friend of mine opened up to me about his secret passion for woodcock hunting. I, too, have an undeniable love affair with the American timberdoodle. This migrating aspen and alder tornado is an awesome game bird for pointing dogs and an under-appreciated challenge for wingshooters. This same anonymous friend shared with me a woodcock recipe…
The day after the Minnesota Pheasant Summit in Marshall, the author muses over health, wild game, his belief in open chokes, and respect for his canine’s nose.
The author has hunted pheasants, grouse, and other upland game behind many incredible sporting dog breeds. He’d like to add some more.
Think ahead this Fourth of July holiday weekend to prevent gunshy problems in your upland bird dog
Over the course of the last few weeks, I’ve received dozens of messages from bird hunters excited to welcome a puppy into their lives for the first time this spring.
A celebration of pheasants, grouse, ducks and other upland game reminds us where our food comes from – the land
Whether it’s waterfowl, white-tailed deer, small game, or turkey, an increasing percentage of hunters are heading afield “for the meat.”
As Midwestern seasons for grouse and other upland birds unfold, a hunter ponders solitary days afield.
The summer months are a tough time to be a bird dog owner.