Bird Dogs Afield host Paul Fuller is the gun dog columnist for Northwoods Sporting Journal. The Journal has granted permission to re-print Paul’s articles. Thank you Northwoods Sporting Journal.
Paul reports what was found for birds in two early season hunting trips.
To help you locate birds, Paul discusses the three phases of grouse food.
In this article, we discuss preparation for the upcoming hunting season...from dogs to trucks.
Understanding all the wonderful recreational opportunities in this vast 3 1/2 million acre paradise.
A look at why standing still for a pointing dog is so important...and how to do it.
With decreasing license sales, there is less money for fish and game conservation. Paul discusses the problems and what may be a solution.
Paul takes a break from bird dogs to honor his long-time friend, Lefty Kreh.
A few basic guidelines for teaching your dog to honor a point.
Important tips for choosing the next family member.
A nice article on why we look forward to the spring woodcock migration.
Paul points out that one reason we love the ruffed grouse is unpredictability. Good read for ruffed grouse lovers.
The Bird Dogs Afield team goes to Leen’s Lodge in Grand Lake Stream, Maine for a prime-time woodcock hunt.