South-central Montana's Padlock Ranch offers almost a half-million acres of great hunting for sharptails, Hungarian partridge, sage grouse and pheasants. No wonder visitors want to make it their home on the range.
There's nothing like Maritime Canada in October. Fall foliage, friendly people, fast pheasants. Wait a minute. Pheasants?! At Nova Scotia’s Fox Harb’r Resort, sportsmen can find excellent hunting for not only pheasants but also Hungarian partridge. There's also plenty to do for non-shooting guests.
In his January/February Hunting Dogs column, “The Right Dog for You, Part I,” George Hickox made several comments regarding golden retrievers that drew responses from readers. Here is a sampling of the letters we received along with George’s response.
The Nebraska Sandhills may not be much to look at, but they harbor a wealth of wingshooting opportunities for both prairie grouse and waterfowl. Several days spent hunting the Abbott Ranch proved the point.