Providing the right source and amount of energy helps dogs perform at their peak. [Sponsored Content]
SouthWind has the Coolest Hunting Rig Of The Year—in honor of its new Land Rover Defender 110.
The leading cause of injury to retrievers during the late season is hypothermia, so hunters need to be vigilant about checking on their dogs during a hunt.
Over the course of three seasons, on a Brigadoon-like highland deep in the Appalachians, dog and bird thrust and parry, matching wits and nerves and senses, each made better by the other.
The ins & outs of hunting diving ducks.
The frustrating persistence of patterning myths.
Sky Dance of the Woodcock,
by Greg Hoch, is a marvel to read. Subtitled The Habits and Habitats of a Strange Little Bird, the book includes eight chapters, each a well-crafted, informative essay.
Bringing in grouse with handcrafted fakes.
Tweaking a gun for fowl weather
William & Son, the London gunmaker and luxury company, has gone into administration.
The Savage Renegauge Field— a fine fit for ’fowling.
This year the lightweight SL was given “deluxe aesthetics” and introduced as the SLX. We took one of the new guns out for a spin to see if its performance lived up to its looks.
Our dogs rely on a multitude of interrelated factors to perform in the field. Here are some things you should consider when thinking about your dog’s specific nutritional requirements. [Sponsored Content]
Operating out of Lake George, New York, Tally Ho has a fastidious approach to moving dogs between owners, trainers and the field.
What to do—and not to do—if your dog gets caught in a trap.