The Grouse Lodge at Little Moran

THE GROUSE LODGE AT LITTLE MORAN

When it comes to grouse and woodcock hunting, central Minnesota offers some of the best in the country. And the Grouse Lodge at Little Moran is located in one of the region’s premier areas. Hunts are conducted in the traditional manner, with one guide and (at most) two hunters walking through vibrant fall coverts as seasoned pointing dogs search for wild birds. Owner Steve Grossman puts his heart and soul into the business, personally tending to everything from training dogs in the off-season to entertaining guests during peak times. His work ethic and prowess as a guide have earned The Grouse Lodge a loyal following among wingshooters throughout the country. The lodge has the nostalgic feel of an old-style hunting camp but enjoys all the modern conveniences. It is clean, extremely comfortable and imbued with the spirit of the several generations of grouse hunters who have called the place home.

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The Grouse Lodge at Little Moran
4437 Red Oak Rd.
Staples, MN 56479

[email protected]

218-341-2826

GENERAL INFORMATION

Hunting

  • Bird season: September 21, 2019, to November 8, 2019
  • Species: ruffed grouse, woodcock
  • Hunting parties: 2-8
  • Bag limit: 5 grouse and 3 woodcock
  • Dogs: pointing breeds

Lodge & Logistics

  • 8 bedrooms and 16 beds
  • All rooms have private baths
  • Closest commercial airport: Minneapolis, MN
  • Closest private airport: Staples, MN
  • Airport shuttle can be arranged

Amenities & Services

  • Loaner guns
  • Clay shooting
  • License processing
  • Kennel facilities available for guests’ dogs

STANDARD PRICE INCLUDES

Guided hunting

Single-occupancy lodging

Meals

Bar/alcohol

Loaner guns

Clay shooting

Bird processing

Private airport pickup

RATES & ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Price

Three-day/four-night package:

$3,600

Notes

Custom itineraries and pricing can be arranged.

``Steve Grossman is the finest grouse guide, dog handler and companion in the grouse covers that I know, based on my 60 years of hunting those magnificent birds.``

- Bill Kent, Benton, PA