Sage Grouse Hunting Read the latest articles about sage grouse hunting including hunting tactics, tips and sage grouse hunting videos from the bird hunting and wingshooting magazine Project Upland. Everything from habitat identification, shot size, scouting and much more in the world of sage grouse hunting. Sage Grouse are considered the iconic upland game bird of the west and the largest of the north american grouse species. They have been subject of major conservation issues including loss of their critical sage steppe habitat. The amazing upland game birds can be hunted in various western states where sage brush occurs in open prairie. The sage grouse is and experience like no other and is delicious table fair when prepared correctly. Here we explore sage grouse from pre season, to hunting tactics, to even the care and preporation of upland game birds.  

Four Tips for Better Sage Grouse Hunting

Consider these four tactics on your next Sage Grouse hunt. There is a saying about upland hunting in Montana which makes a lot of sense: “He that walks the furthest, wins.”...

Fourth Generation – A Sage Grouse Hunting Film – Presented by OnX Hunt

For four generations the Moss family of Montana has been hunting Sage Grouse. Montana is a place of many natural wonders, one of those a vast sage steppe that is home to the...

What You Need to Know About Hunting Sage Grouse With a Bird Dog

What to expect with a bird dog in Sage grouse country. Being a dog trainer allows me to see all kinds of dogs work in the field, from close working dogs to horse back field trial...

Greater Sage-Grouse – Upland Game Bird Profile

America’s Iconic and Largest Grouse Species (Centrocercus urophasianus) If you are from the western half of the country, you are no doubt familiar with the greater sage-grouse....

Sage Grouse Wisdom- Hunting and the Realization of their Critical Future

A story of Sage Grouse hunting and a realization of the critical nature of their future. For the third time, my dog locked up on point. This time I was hoping to see my first sage...