A Hare Raising Experience

Monday seemed like a good day to get dogs out in hopes of finding some wary and wily late season grouse. The easy birds of the year that have survived human and animal predation by the time we reach December rarely make the same mistakes that give both dogs and hunters success back in October. […]

Guided Hunts 2016

The 2015 season is not even over yet and we already have a number of days book for next fall.  We have had an exceptional season with almost a 1000 birds flushed so far.  Our success is due to a number of factors.  First we had an excellent year on woodcock with strong local populations […]

Wow, Time Flies

You know things have been a little hectic and you’ve neglected things when a blog follower calls you up to see if you’re still alive.  The previous post is dated June 29, almost six weeks ago.  So, I guess you are all entitled to know what’s been going on. Obviously my plate has been full […]

Training Update

      Tomorrow we start going to the woods early in the morning.  The grouse chicks should be flying well by now and the woodcock will be more than half-grown. Early in the summer we tend to find more woodcock than grouse as the hens often keep their chicks in heavy, swampy cover that […]