Beavers- An Unforeseen Gun Dog Threat

With their razor sharp teeth and heavy front claws, Beavers can become a serious threat. About this time last year – late March – one...

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Overcoming the Shy Trigger Finger

Do You Suffer from Trigger Finger Paralysis? Like many grouse hunters out there, I often suffer from a shy trigger finger. Even last fall,...

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Pheasant-The Unsung Hero of Upland Hunting

Pheasant, despite being a non-native species is an American classic game bird. Ditch carp. Ditch chickens. Prairie parrots. Ditch parrots....

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I Need More Training than my Gun Dog

Our own abilities, and dedication are the solid foundation of gun dog training – Confessions of a first time gun dog trainer As I...

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The Reward- A Hunter Mentor Film

Mark Fouts – Director of Member Relations & Outreach for the Ruffed Grouse Society shares his personal passion for the hunter...

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To Steady or Not To Steady

Is steady training worth the time and investment with a gun dog? Dog One on point. Dog Two hurtles in around a thick tangle of juniper and...

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The Art of Pausing on an Upland Hunt

How Taking Your Time Can Equal More Birds on an Upland Hunt. If you’re like most hunters, you probably feel like there’s just not...

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Why Upland Hunters Need to Share their Covers

The future of upland hunting is more important than our personal needs. I hate to use the word “I” almost as much as I hate to...

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Pheasant Hunting Public Land Tactics that Work

Here is 4 Tactics to Increase Public Land Pheasant Hunting Success For some, public lands provide the only opportunity in hopes of...

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Women’s Shotguns- The Art of Usability

Usability and practicality develop the true art of Women’s Shotguns. Upland hunting is the closest I have ever come to getting in to...

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