Modern decoys, calls, guns and loads are certainly great assets, but waterfowlers need to do their part by practicing proper shooting techniques before the season.
When I recently received an invitation to put the new Purdey Sporting Clays Gun through its paces at Griffin & Howe’s Hudson Farm, in New Jersey, I could not resist.
A boy’s efforts to shoot his first bird on the wing
Brant & sea ducks on the Alaska Peninsula
Montana grousing with Linehan Outfitting
When you think of Spanish guns, you often think of AyA. There’s a reason for this.
A unique perspective on the challenges—and rewards—of hunting with a “senior” partner.
Inspired by a bar-in-wood Purdey that Louca shot for years, Watson’s new hammergun was built to bring down the ultra-high, cloud-skimming pheasants popular with today’s British driven shoots.
Have you heard the old story of a gun taking so long to build because the maker is waiting for the tree to grow for the stock?
In 2018, 25 nonresident permits were issued by lottery and were included in the allowable take of 1,000 emperor geese statewide. For the 2020-’21 season, the take will remain the same, and resident permits will be available online, from Alaska Department of Fish and Game offices, and from license vendors in rural coastal villages where emperor geese are hunted. The online application period for the 25 nonresident permits is November 1 to December 15, 2019.
Stackbarrel 16s for the uplands.