|Dogs make toughest bird hunting better|
By Kurt Krueger
FEW THINGS in the world of hunting are more difficult than chasing ruffed grouse when the forests still have a full compliment of leaves.
It’s a time of the season meant for patient gunners who don’t mind hearing a lot more flushes than the number of birds that will give them a decent look — or any look at all.
For those who choose to hunt without a dog, the early season can be even more frustrating as birds hold tight and give the hunter no clue of their presence, whether
Bird hunting for the scribbler these days is all about watching the dog work scent and retrieve birds, as Gracie did here. —Photos By The Author
|Tuesday, October 08, 2013 2:14 PM|