Inside Winter UA 2017

By on October 18, 2017

Inside the Upland Almanac Winter 2017 issue, enjoy a collection of art and personal stories in our Day’s End section with contributions from Jim Gilsdorf and Jim Rataczak.

With this issue Tom Carney writes about The Great Canadian Grouse Experiment. Jim Matthews gives us a calling primer for western quail hunting. Brian Netzel reflects on familiar trails now covered in snow during a winter grouse hunt.

Alan Liere writes about the particulars of taxidermy. In Flushes & Noteworthy Points we learn about the American Custom Gunmakers Guild 2017 Custom Shotgun Project.

Alec Sparks discusses the hard truths about rescue dogs and Jessie Richards offers tips on force fetching. Walt Cottrell, DVM answers a reader’s letter concerning a pup with an overbite.

Bryan Bilinksi writes round four of “Why We Miss” and Ernie Foster shares some history on the five generations of Ludwig Borovnik gunmaking.

In our Tailgate Review we’ll highlight some products from Gumleaf USA, Mud River Dog Products, Birchwood Casey, K-9 Enterprises, and Syren USA. Plus famed chef Gordon Hamersley dishes up a recipe for Chukar Partridge with Vidalia Onions, Mushrooms and Roasted Lemon.

In our column Section 799.2, enjoy The Latest Dog by Arthur R. Macdougall, Jr.. And Glen Blackwood offers some suggestions for good biological books in his Pages Past column.


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