Why in the world would anyone donate their wild game meat? The reasons are plentiful. I knew of friends doing it on their own, but I didn’t know that some organizations and states encourage it. From what I have found, most people donate the excess meat that they either can’t store or won’t eat. I … Continue reading Donating Wild Game Meat-It’s What the Cool Kids Do
An oxymoron is a combination of contradictory terms, for example, vegan hunter. That’s now the life I’m choosing to live. At least for the few months that I’m doing this experiment. When most people ask me why I’m trying out a vegan diet, I tell them “my 20s are for experimenting and I’m almost done … Continue reading Being a Vegan Hunter- Living As An Oxymoron
One of the aspects of making an ethical kill on a bird is being able to hit it and find it. I hate to admit but my last season involved more searching for downed ducks than enjoying the hunt. My shotgun shooting was lacking, and it led to much frustration. This presented a problem I … Continue reading Shotgun Fitting- The Cheap Way
Every year there is a group of hunters that tend to hide in the shadows and struggle to come out and be part of the fun. That hunter is the aspiring hunter. First of all, I think if you want to hunt every year and grow, you should keep being an aspiring hunter. Hunting is … Continue reading How To Introduce Someone To Hunting.
Have you ever gone to a sporting goods store and looked at buying a duck call? Waterfowl hunting is synonymous with retrievers and duck calls. It seems like no matter what video you watch or magazine you read you always see pictures of a hunter with his duck dog and a call lanyard full of … Continue reading What You Should Know About Duck Calls.
I’m sure I’m not the only person who has lists of places they would like to go hunt. My wife and I have a list slowly building of either species or states we want to visit. The anticipation of going somewhere new, finding new challenges, and all of the unknowns, makes the hunt even more … Continue reading Upland Hunting In Utah – What To Expect
The Gun Dog Notebook Podcast Joins Project Upland Listen https://projectupland.com/gun-dog-podcast/the-gun-dog-notebook-podcast/ — Read on projectupland.com/gun-dog-podcast/the-gun-dog-notebook-podcast/ Guys. This is awesome to see my mentor becoming part of the Project Uplands family. Check this article out and then don't forget to subscribe to The Gun Dog Notebook podcast!
What is the Churchill Method of Wingshooting? https://projectupland.com/wingshooting/what-is-the-churchill-method-of-wingshooting/ — Read on projectupland.com/wingshooting/what-is-the-churchill-method-of-wingshooting/ If you want to know some of the history of shotgun shooting you should give this a read. It really put things in perspective for me. Check it out from Project Upland
Small Game Hunting Fur with Bird Dogs https://projectupland.com/small-game-hunting/small-game-hunting-fur-with-bird-dogs/ — Read on projectupland.com/small-game-hunting/small-game-hunting-fur-with-bird-dogs/ This is a great article about having some variety on your dog training. My favorite quote was "It's your dog, hunt him how you want". Great quick article.
American Wigeon – A Waterfowl Species Profile https://endlessmigrationhunt.com/waterfowl-species-profiles/american-wigeon-a-waterfowl-species-profile/ — Read on endlessmigrationhunt.com/waterfowl-species-profiles/american-wigeon-a-waterfowl-species-profile/ This article is a great read. The guys at Endless Migration have a lot of good stuff coming. These species profiles are great to learn and keep that fire going until duck season comes around. Check it out.