Start here for advice on how to find bird hunting spots: public, private, and everything in between. Find walk-in bird hunting, wildlife areas and other options. Where to hunt? Right here!
Ready to grow as a hunter? Learning where to hunt is Step One. Then, want to learn how to hunt? Or are you just looking for that one helpful tip? Here's the place to start to succeed in the field.
Once you find a bird hunting spot, your dog is your most important partner. Where to hunt? Your dog knows! Here are training tips, care and feeding advice and more.
Here's a fun - and challenging if you want - event. More info: www.HuntHuronSD.com.
One of the "first couples" of dog training ground us in a different way of looking at dogs: how they think, why they do what they do, and how to motivate them. Ronnie and Susanna work side-by-side every day and share a common vision of building each bird dog up to be the best possible hunting dog. They do this from a dog's first day in the kennel or home, with sound socialization, bird introduction, and an over-arching focus on how a dog thinks.
We'll get practical tips and insightful advice, wisdom from decades of guiding, training, and seminars from half of the HuntSmith Silent Command System team, using methods developed by Ronnie Junior's dad and his uncle Delmar Smith. The Upland Glossary hits the letter "O" and we'll look at another public access spot. Plus, your (family-friendly) names for those ^$%#%^&'in birds that you missed.
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Five page guide to all types of public-access, DIY and walk-in lands.
Find bird hunting spots ... sounds easy, but it's more complicated than the statement above, with a lot of moving parts. But it's also absolutely true. Research tells us lack of accessible land is the biggest reason many of us quit hunting or never start in the first place. My hope is this new website will help - because without hunters, there is virtually no conservation.
- Scott Linden
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