Travis Frank scales Idaho's mountain peaks and canyon's to hunt Chukar, Hungarian partridge and Quail. Idaho's mountain birds flush in big numbers on this bucket list bird hunting adventure.
Travis Frank hunts for an upland slam of game birds on Minnesota's northernmost border. Ruffed grouse, sharp-tailed grouse, woodcock and spruce grouse flush in their own unique habitat on Minnesota's prime public grounds.
Ring-necked pheasants are by their very nature shifty, sly, and some would say, diabolical. Aside from their bizarre field antics, pheasants are really not the fastest game bird in the uplands, nor are they the most difficult to hit with a string of pellets. But they are masters of avoiding being shot – just ask the multitude of hunters of how devious ring-necked pheasant roosters can be.Read More
Shooting a limit of roosters on public land is a lot harder than it used to be. Bird numbers are down across most of pheasant country, and hunters who use public ground have taken the hit the hardest. To be successful, you’ve got to switch up conventional tactics.Read More
There are few outdoor experiences more thrilling than flushing a ruffed grouse from dense mountain cover. Unfortunately, upland hunters have felt this rush at a diminishing rate over the past three decades - a cause for concern among many.Read More