In This Issue

 

VOLUME FORTY-FOUR, ISSUE 3

FEATURES

Christmas Eve
Relying on a dog for more than finding and retrieving birds.
by Chris Dombrowski

Grouse Dinner
A series of fortunate accidents.
by Richard Yatzeck

The Lost Chukar
History led you to this—a walk you had to make in a dry riverbed.
by Ehor Boyanowsky

The Last Time
A familiar story of a love lost suddenly and far too early.
by Mitchell Lee

Feeling Lucky
On occasion, things just go right.
by David Books

EXPEDITIONS
Cripple Creek
Repairs for the birds, but don’t tell the cows.
by Kris Millgate

PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNALS

 

Driven
by Dušan Smetana

Baja Races
by Brian Grossenbacher

God’s Country
by Russell Graves

DEPARTMENTS

JOURNAL
The First Time
Memories of an old coat.
by Russ Lumpkin

TRADITIONS
The Chicken Hunting of Old Bill Higgs
On the importance of good ground, good dogs, and a steady horse.
by Charles H. Morton Edited by Will Ryan

SHOOTING
Come November
Ruffed untamable grouse and the ties of friendship.
by Terry Wieland

ANGLING
Naming Names
The nuances of writing about rivers while preserving self-interest.
by Scott Sadil

ART
Brett James Smith
A remembrance of things past.
by Brooke Chilvers

EATING
Italian Marinades
Beyond salad dressing.
by Martin Mallet

BOOKS
Bird Hunting, Then and Now
by Chris Camuto

POEM
The Road Hunter
by Mark E. Clemens

PLUS

  • Gear & Lifestyle
  • People, Places & Equipment
  • The Listing

FRONT COVER: A Limit in Eric’s Shed by C. D. Clarke watercolor • 15 × 22 inches