Inside Spring UA 2017

By on January 5, 2017

upland-almanac-spring-2017-toc-webInside the Upland Almanac Spring 2017 issue, enjoy a collection of art and personal stories in our Day’s End section with contributions from Greg Hoch and the late Jim Foote.

With this issue Gary Kramer shares about his journey to Uruguay on a recent dove hunt. Clarke Jones gives us the inside story on the rise in popularity of the English cocker. Jim McCann takes us on a photo safari for Alaska Sharptails.

Our Over~Unders section features a collection of personal stories by Bob St. Pierre, Randy Lawrence, Jodi Stemler, and Matt Soberg plus stunning illustrations by Glenn Wolff. And Alan Liere comically grouses about a never-ending battle over a hospital bill incurred in Alaska after stepping on a nail while chasing spruce grouse near Fairbanks.

Tom Keer updates us on a few topics in Flushes & Noteworthy Points including some encouraging news in NY state where advocates are promoting a bill to make a unit on hunting and fishing an option as part of the high school gym class curriculum.

Alec Sparks and Jessie Richards offer advice on what to look for in a new pup. Walt Cottrell, DVM answers a reader’s letter concerning dogs with goopy eyes.

Bryan Bilinksi writes round one of “Why We Miss” and Ernie Foster shares some history on Arrieta.

In our Tailgate Review we’ll highlight some products from Fishpond, Garmin International, Blaser, Syren and Franchi. Plus famed chef Gordon Hamersley dishes up a recipe for Vietnamese-Style Pho with Woodcock, Cilantro, Thai Basil, Chiles and Lime.

In our column Section 799.2, enjoy The One-Eyed Grouse of Maple Run by S.T. Hammond. And Glen Blackwood talks about Richard A. Wolters Beau, from both ends of his leash in his Pages Past column.

Read more in the Spring 2017 Issue of Upland Almanac.<Buy the Upland Almanac Spring 2017 Issue> or <Subscribe to Upland Almanac>