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Edgar Castillo is a twenty-two plus year veteran law enforcement officer for a large Kansas City metropolitan agency. Edgar also served in the United States Marine Corps for twelve years. Besides his faith and family, his passion lies in the uplands as he self-documents his travels across public lands throughout Kansas hunting open fields, walking treelines, & bustin’ through plum thickets.

Bird Hunting Public Lands – Breaking the Stigma

With a little determination and walking, bird hunters can hunt “in private” on public lands In many upland circles, public land hunting gets a bad rap. There are...

How Roosters Dodge the Bullet – Tactics for Veteran Pheasant

Run, Hide, or Fly: the Veteran Rooster of Avoiding Bird Hunters Ring-necked pheasants are by their very nature shifty, sly, and some would say, diabolical. Aside from their...

How to Hunt Public Land Bobwhite Quail

How to scout, hunt, and shoot public land bobwhite quail. Pursuing the gentleman of game birds, the Bobwhite Quail on public land is not without a little bit of unsettling chaos...

Dove Hunting Basics for Public Land

Follow these dove hunting basics to shoot enough birds for dinner. Too often hunters show up at a dove field and simply sit in the first patch of shade they find. If they paid...

Duping Doves with Decoys – The Three D’s

A few clever ways to increase your ammo bill with Dove decoys. With September 1 looming, dove hunters across the country are anxiously awaiting yet another start to the season....

Bird Hunting in Kansas

The Land of Oz offers bird hunting aplenty for the traveling wingshooter. Kansas offers bird hunters some truly unique hunting opportunities. The Sunflower State, though often...

Where to Find Late Season Educated Ring-necks

Figure out where educated Ring-Necks hide late season. If you’re lucky enough to still be hunting ring-necks this late in the season, the place to find the pheasants has...

The Common Errors of Pheasant Hunting

Avoid these common errors of pheasant hunting. Looking out over the cut milo field, we could see pheasants milling about for food. Mother Nature had laid out a new white canvas...