If you are not familiar with Wildfowler, you should be. Wildfowler is a new company in the hunting outerwear space. We spotted a couple of the guys on The Flush show wearing one of these upland jackets. We loved the way they looked. So naturally we jumped on the Wildfowler website and purchased the Traditional Upland Soft Shell. We must say, it is a nice jacket. It has performed well for all of our mid-season grouse adventures.
The Q5 Centerfire Upland Bird Vest is probably the most well-made vest we have seen. Constructed from extremely durable materials and yet lite enough to be worn all day long. One of the more intriguing features of the product is the ability to swap out accessories and customize the vest to fit your needs.
The RAPT1450 Upland Beeper has all of the features you would expect from an upland collar/beeper combo. If you need a collar-beeper combo and don't mind some awkwardness with the beeper and transmitter. The RAPT1450 is a decent buy.
I have been using the same Bird’n Lite Vest for the past 5 seasons. It's made well and proves durable against the expected wear and tear. This vest includes enough pockets and compartments for your shells, gear, and water bottles with room to spare. It has an expandable bird bag that will easily hold your daily limit.
As my attention was focused on our 13 month old puppy, I noticed our veteran dog Maggie was nowhere to be seen. I looked for her until dark and came back the next morning to continue to search. Several more hours of searching she was finally found. But it is a horrible feeling when a dog goes missing. I decided that day to do something about it. So I went online, did some research, and purchased two Dogtra Pathfinder units.