When it comes to running a successful hunting lodge, there is one aspect that ranks above all others: service.
Here’s what some Eukanuba™ Pro Trainers focus on to get their strings ready for go time. Sponsored Content
Creating a double from scratch
The best guns, gauges and chokes for the uplands
Protecting canine feet in the field
Researchers testing a hypothesis believe they have 50 years of data showing the link between climate change and a northward shift of 16 species of dabblers and divers . . .
Bird camps—the good, the bad and the ugly
Maine grouse and woodcock with Grey’s Outfitting
Garbi has available a new 28-bore side-by-side called the Partridge—a name intended to conjure images of shooting driven redlegs in Spain.
Ian Andrews has helped customers find the right thoroughbred shotguns and rifles for 23 years and now has started his own business to offer that service to individuals
Celebrating the year’s new smoothbores
Longthorne Gunmakers is now building an over/under “boxlock.”
Think of your dog as an employee. If it performs its job well in the field, then it deserves a paycheck. If it exhibits bad behavior, then the paycheck should be withheld until performance improves.
Every dog handles heat differently. Know the warning signs. Sponsored Content
As a photographer, I have been privileged to introduce puppies to many “firsts”: first retrieves, first birds, decoys . . . and water. This...