On today’s show, Tony breaks down the reality of the kind of work that we should have totally squared away in the immediate pre-season, and what to do if you don’t feel like you’re ready for the opener.
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Bird dog bias is a real thing, and we all suffer from it. That’s why when we reminisce on last season, we tend to remember the things that went right. It’s human nature to fondly recall the near-flawless dog work on late-season roosters or the rare day when you exited the Northwoods early after limiting out on ruffs.
It’s not so easy to remember the coveys of quail your pointer bumped 75 yards away or the time he charged through an entire...
Bodie’s brown nose scoured the snow-covered ground as he sprang through the sage and locked on point. Pinion circled the edge with a nose full of scent. Connor and I moved with all the hustle our raw feet would allow. This was our last chance to get a flush for the next eight months.
Our sprint into place quickly turned into a tightly-gripped stalk of anticipation as we approached the dogs. We positioned downhill on an angle for clear shooting...
In this episode, Steve and I head east to the Delmarva Peninsula to chase Sika deer and blue crab. We’re met by Steve Kendrot and Trevor Michaels, experts of both land and sea. The Sika deer are wary, but the blue crabs are abundant. Here’s some of the gear we used on this uniquely Maryland adventure.
FHF Bino Harness
Vortex Razor 10×42 Binoculars
Stone Glacier Avail 2200
Nordik Sika Call
Polar Kraft Jon Boat...