The Wandering Wingshooter

Click here to read the full article.By Chad Love Upland bird hunters are wanderers and explorers. It’s just in our blood.  Our passion for wild birds, wild places and wild experiences as we follow our dogs and our dreams across the landscape define who we are. As such, is it any wonder that we constantly […]

What is a Pheasant Fest Anyway?

Click here to read the full article.A first-timer’s guide to what National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic is all aboutBy Tom Carpenter, Editor – Pheasants Forever When the 15th annual National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic comes to Schaumburg, Illinois, February 22 – 24 2019, it will be the first time the event has been […]

Emergency Field First-Aid for Bird Dogs

Click here to read the full article.Being prepared for field emergencies is equally important to having a properly conditioned bird dog. Luckily, most injuries a dog incurs can be readily treated in the field, but knowing how to handle a more serious accident could make a difference in the prognosis for your dog. It’s important […]

Emergency Field First-Aid for Bird Dogs

Click here to read the full article.Being prepared for field emergencies is equally important to having a properly conditioned bird dog. Luckily, most injuries a dog incurs can be readily treated in the field, but knowing how to handle a more serious accident could make a difference in the prognosis for your dog. It’s important […]

A Good Case of the Blues

Click here to read the full article.By Chad Love The change is subtle, so it’s easy to miss if you’re not looking. Heading west across the mixed-grass prairie of the southern plains, the taller, lusher plant life begins to give way to the shorter, tougher, meaner vegetation of true shortgrass country. And then, suddenly, somewhere out past […]

10 Next-Level Ruffed Grouse Hunting Tips

Click here to read the full article. With a population of fewer than 2,500 and a two-hour drive to the nearest city with more than 10,000 people, Park Falls, Wisconsin, tends to fly under the radar. Ask outdoor enthusiasts if the name rings a bell, though, and you might just get a nod of recognition. […]

7 New Non-Toxic Upland Bird Hunting Loads for 2018

Click here to read the full article. Some of America’s best pheasant hunting is on Federal Waterfowl Production Areas where hunters are required to use non-toxic shot. Thankfully, upland hunters are no longer limited to simply using steel duck loads on roosters and quail. Today, there are several specialty steel, tungsten, tungsten-steel hybrids, and bismuth […]

UA Winter 2018 Issue

Click here to read the full article.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 […]

Winter 2018 Feature Story: A Big Time on the Prairie

Click here to read the full article. 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 […]

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

Click here to read the full article. 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 […]

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