A lot of hunting dogs find birds, point, and retrieve. Keep trails clear of debris for other hunters? This is my pointer, Sky, last fall at 8 months old.
Tag Archive 'upland hunting'
I was going through some pictures this weekend, and I came across these ones I took last fall. Hope you like them.
Posted in DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUNS on Sep 12th, 2016
Ruger Red Label 28ga 26in Vent Rib OU, Nice NO RESERVE 28ga: This is a Ruger Red Label over/under shotgun in 28ga. It has a stainless receiver and 26″ blued vent rib barrels. It is chambered for 2 3/4″ shells with screw in chokes, 2 are included. It is in great shape showing just a […]
Even though our trip to Maine a couple weeks ago produced few birds, it did give Lexi the chance to get out in the woods and start on down the path to becoming a bird dog. Here’s are a few quick videos of her in action. Overall, she handles well – coming when she’s called, […]
I’m in a funk. My big hunting trip was a couple wees ago and things did not go well – bird wise, anyway. This annual trip is my bird binge for the year, and I put a lot of hope into it. The ways things turned out left me depressed. I’ve hit the western part […]
Posted in ENJOYING BOTH on Dec 5th, 2013
Here’s a nice look at what it like in Montana. Beautiful country.
Posted in ENJOYING BOTH on Oct 16th, 2013
Puck and I are back from hunting. We had a great time. While I download some pics and pull together my thoughts, check out this great video of rough shooting in the UK. Rough shooting is a lot like the kind of upland hunting we do here in the US. Check out the video to […]
Posted in DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUNS on Sep 4th, 2013
Every gun nut has THE shotgun they’re trying to find. For a friend of mine, it’s 2o gauge Lindner-made Charles Daly with damascus barrels. Another guy I know is searching everywhere for an all original, color-case hardened Belgian-made 20g sidelock with 28″+ tubes. My holy-grail used to be a 16 gauge L.C. Smith No.2 with […]
Posted in HUNTING DOGS on Jul 24th, 2013
The answer is…your hunting dog. Of course, to read your dog you have to know what to look for. Check out this video to see the signals that say it all…
Posted in HUNTING DOGS on Jul 18th, 2013
Check out this short video to see Little Jeb go from wild to steady — right before your very eyes! Here’s a bit about the video from the folks at GunDogDevelopment.com: A chronology of Little Jeb’s steadiness training. Over the last six months, we anxiously waited for him to show us that he was ready […]