Grouse Hunter's Guide: Solid Facts, Insights, and Observations on How to Hunt the Ruffed Grouse

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Stackpole Books, 2003 - Sports & Recreation - 182 pages
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  • Revised edition cites up-to-date statistics reflecting the trends among grouse hunters
  • Includes a chapter of grouse recipes

    Dennis Walrod takes beginning and experienced grouse hunters alike through an examination of key aspects of the hunt: how to get the most out of a covert, choosing guns and dogs, as well as concerns particular to autumn stalking or winter hunting. The emphasis falls on grouse hunting as a sport pursued for the thrill of the hunt, the adrenaline shot brought by the force of a flush, rather than the quest for impressive numbers.

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    Grouse hunter's guide: solid facts, insights, and observations on how to hunt the ruffed grouse

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    Walrod, veteran author and hunter, believes grouse hunting is unique in its difficulty and in forcing the hunter to be alert to the surroundings. In fact, one "hunts grouse by hunting habitat.'' The ... Read full review

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    About the author (2003)

    Dennis Walrod has written for a number of outdoor magazines, including Field and Stream, Outdoor Life, and Gray's Sporting Journal. He lives in western New York State. To find out more about Dennis Walrod and his books, check out his Website at:

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