Small Munsterlander

Hunting with Small Munsterlander’s The Small Munsterlander is a great hunting dog for nearly any type of prey. It will be able to catch a scent and track it to its prey, point to show you where the prey is, and retrieve it after you take your shot. They really are excellent hunting companions as […]

English Coonhounds

English Coonhound History English Coonhounds are also known as the American English Coonhound or the Redtick Coonhound. It is a breed of coonhound that originated in and is typically bred in the Southern United States. The English Coonhound was bred from dogs brought to America from England in colonial times. The settlers continued to breed […]

Training Flushing Dogs

How to Train Flushing Dogs {BASICS} Training flushing dogs can be very fun! Finding the breed of pup you want and then developing it is very rewarding. Flushing dogs are one of the three main types of gun dogs. The three types are Pointing Dogs, Retrievers and Flushing Dogs. Dogs that flush must have good […]

Flushing Dogs

Purpose of Flushing Dogs There are several breeds used as flushing dogs for hunting. A flushing dog is a gun dog used to flush game, primarily birds. Gun dogs are typically broken down into three different groups: Flushing dogs, pointing dogs or retrieving dogs. Flushing dogs are used to find game and then drive it […]

Spring 2019 UA Kitchen: Pheasant Empanadas

By UA Staff on January 9, 2019 An excerpt from the UA Kitchen…Bird season may be over for most of us unless you have a trip planned to hunt in South America this spring. The upland bird of choice there is likely perdiz, and it is hunted in the vast grasslands behind pointing dogs. It’s […]

Spring 2019 Feature: Will More Rabbit Feet Lead to Good Luck for Southern New England Grouse?

Home   >   Spring 2019 Issue   >   Spring 2019 Feature: Will More Rabbit Feet Lead to Good Luck for Southern New England Grouse? By UA Staff on January 9, 2019 By Edward Ricciuti An excerpt…Southernmost New England’s moribund ruffed grouse population could use a major hurricane on the order of 1938’s calamitous […]

UA Winter 2018 Issue

An excerpt from John C. Gosselin’s Publisher Note…Welcome to our Winter 2018 issue! As many of you doubtless know, 2018-2019 represents the 100th anniversary of pheasant hunting in the state of South Dakota. While everyone has their own special areas or favorite places to hunt, and while everyone has their own preferred upland species they […]

Winter 2018 Feature Story: A Big Time on the Prairie

By UA Staff on October 10, 2018 By Tom Carney An excerpt from A Big Time on the Prairie…In 1932, on the first of several autumn hunting trips to Huron, South Dakota, Chicago Tribune Outdoors Editor Bob Becker became enchanted. He described “cornfields so crowded with pheasants that they were elbowing each other out of […]

Winter 2018 Feature Story: At Home in Wisconsin’s Grouse Woods

By UA Staff on October 10, 2018 By John Pollmann An excerpt from At Home in Wisconsin’s Grouse Woods…It is one thing to read of the thick, tangled coverts that ruffed grouse call home and the difficulty this cover makes for gunning after the famed game bird; it is quite another thing to experience the […]

Winter 2018 Feature: Road Trip – Wild Buckeye Birds

By UA Staff on October 10, 2018 By Glen Blackwood An excerpt from Road Trip – Wild Buckeye Birds…I hit the road in November. But the trip had actually begun in October. Allow me to explain. At the American Woodcock Symposium in Roscommon, Michigan, last year, I met Mark Wiley, a wildlife biologist with the […]

Buy and Sell Hunting Dogs

Buy and Sell Hunting Dogs