Grouse and Lesser GodsDerrydale Press #ad - Along the way, his love of his dogs, he shares his experiences hunting, and more personal insights into raising children and his appreciation of the natural world--proving that bird hunters are often quite thoughtful and introspective. Part hunting credo, part philosophy of life, this book will let you traipse with Ted into his coverts with his beloved dogs in pursuit of the always elusive roughed grouse.
After minnesota lawyer ted nelson lundrigan wowed the sporting community with his now classic Hunting the Sun, wingshooting readers eagerly awaited his second book, Grouse and Lesser Gods.
A Bird in the HandDown East Books #ad - At its core, though not those ranked by size or numbers or scores, rather, but, A Bird in the Hand is indeed about trophies, the lasting trophies of the mind and heart. Ted weaves the fabric of his multifaceted tales in a manner that effortlessly involves you with the places and people and gun dogs that are the warp and woof of this hunts.
In his lyrical trademark style, lundrigan shares vivid images and compelling thoughts over a range of personal experiences from his beloved Minnesota grouse coverts to the red-dust quail country of western Oklahoma, from big-water duck gunning to sharp-tailed grouse hunts on the prairies of North Dakota.
Idaho Ruffed Grouse Hunting: The Heartbeat of the Woods SportsThe History Press #ad - Back east, long-standing literary history, William Harnden Foster, with great authors such as Burton Spiller, grouse hunting has a rich, Grampa Grouse and many others. Grouse hunters everywhere will relate to and enjoy this intimate look into "ruffin' it in Idaho. ". Tapping into and carrying on this literary tradition, hunter and author Andrew Wayment offers stories from years of grouse hunting throughout the Gem State.
Grouse hunters are a diehard lot consumed by chasing evasive birds through impenetrable thickets. Ruffed grouse hunting is to bird hunting what fly fishing is to fishing--the pinnacle of the sport.
Bare November Days: A Tribute to Ruffed Grouse King of Upland BirdsDown East Books #ad - Bilinski, and Ted Nelson. Illustrated with sepia drawings by Bruce Langton. 7. 5x10", 134 pp. An anthology of never before published pieces by the finest grouse hunting writers alive: Gene Hill, William McClure, Tom Davis, Michael McIntosh, Tom Huggler, George Bird Evans, Paul Carson, Bryan E.
My Health Is Better in November: Thirty-Five Stories of Hunting and Fishing in the SouthUniversity of South Carolina Press #ad - They are packed with humor and developed with such true originality that they will delight and amuse even those who have never shouldered a gun or cast a fly. As the original publishers of my health is Better in November, maybe thousands, the University of South Carolina Press has had hundreds, of inquiries asking when the book would be reprinted.
. Although these stories were first collected in 1947, they have not lost their appeal. Every christmas we receive calls from people all over the country wanting any book by Havilah Babcock. At last, for his old faithful fans and for new fans about to enjoy an unexpected treat, here is My Health is Better in November: Thirty-five stories of Hunting and Fishing in the South by Havilah Babcock.
The Upland Equation: A Modern Bird-Hunter's CodeLyons Press #ad - Its prose is crisp, its observations based on firsthand experience. Used book in Good Condition. The final chapter, "balance, " examines the value of hunting to modern human beings and offersa clear code and fresh philosophy of upand bird-hunting. The upland equation contains pragmatic advice as as thoughtful reflection.
Among the Aspen: Northwoods Grouse and Woodcock HuntingUniversity of Wisconsin Press #ad - Used book in Good Condition. How rare it is, to find oneself completely off the track, in our high-tech world, bewildered in the wild, and then find the path home by sight and scent and memory. Among the aspen interweaves tales of companionable dogs, the growing indifference to science, and favorite coverts where quarry lurks with ruminations on the demise of hunting traditions, lucky hunts, the sale of public lands and the privatization of places to hunt, and the loss of wilderness on a planet increasingly transformed by the sprawl of humanity.
. Following his english setters into thickets in search of grouse and woodcock, Mark Parman feels the pull of older ways and lost wisdom.
Pheasant Hunter's HarvestLyons Press #ad - A celebration of pheasants, pheasant dogs, and pheasant hunting. Used book in Good Condition.
Wingbeats and Heartbeats: Essays on Game Birds, Gun Dogs, and Days AfieldUniversity of Wisconsin Press #ad - In this sometimes humorous and sometimes poignant collection of essays, Dave Books celebrates a time-honored connection to the land and the hard-earned hunting rewards of an outdoor life. Books also writes of the game birds that hunters pursue and admire: grouse, Hungarian partridge, chukars, quail, woodcock, doves, and waterfowl.
Wingbeats and heartbeats is a wingshooter's odyssey to the wild places where, at the end of the day, the companionship of faithful gun dogs and good friends matters more than a bulging game bag. Through these essays, the prairies of eastern montana and Nebraska, readers tag along on adventures in the forests of Wisconsin and Minnesota, the fields of Iowa and North Dakota, the mountains of western Montana and Idaho, and the deserts of Arizona.
Wingbeats and Heartbeats: Essays on Game Birds, Gun Dogs, and Days Afield #ad - Used book in Good Condition. A heartfelt tribute to the freedom and magic of the hunt, and the sights, success and failure, sounds, Wingbeats and Heartbeats is a book that has much to say about work and fun, and smells of a day afield.
Fifty-Five Years a Grouse HunterWilderness Adventures Press #ad - He knows the bird, the dogs, the covers, and the guns. His setters and pointers over the years have been the best anyone could ask for. But he doesn t just hunt there. You d be looking at a man who knows how to breed and train grouse dogs, building them from the ground up, because for Frank, grouse hunting is all about the dogs.
This book is the distilled knowledge and experience of a man who has pursued this King of Game Birds for the better part of six decades and counting. Frank s chased ruffed grouse in canada and after sampling New England and all the Lake States, and every October will find him there, he has settled on Michigan, and too rarely I ll be there with him.
And they ve had to be in the up-and-down Appalachian grouse country where Frank lives and hunts. If you ran into frank jezioro in the grouse woods, you wouldn t guess that he served as the director of the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources under two governors which is practically unheard of until he stepped away into retirement.
Fifty-Five Years a Grouse Hunter #ad - Spend time with this book, and you ll come away perhaps not knowing as much as Frank Jezioro does, but you ll know a whole lot more than you did. What you would know is that you d be looking at a real grouse hunter. You wouldn t know that as a friend and confidant of west Virginia Senator Joe Manchin, a hunting and fishing buddy, Frank serves as a liaison and conduit between the senator and the myriad hunting and conservation groups seeking to have their voices heard on Capitol Hill.
Used book in Good Condition.