I’ve been flirting with upland bird hunting most of my life. As a teenager, I had a Weimaraner named Remington.
In North Dakota what I found was an answer to the question of why Theodore Roosevelt chose this somewhat unheralded land to serve as his wilderness reprieve from life in New York City.
Putting in the time and effort to build up the necessary preference points, and going through all the planning, may seem like too much work for a deer.
Each year, as fall begins to set in, I try to find my way north before all those perfect attributes arrive further south where I live.
I believe I speak for most of us when I say, we never expected this upside-down COVID world we’ve been living in to stretch into 2021, but it has and we have to adapt.
The general population may not understand how critical of a problem the Asian carp invasion has become.
Hunting is a learned skill. One I’ll never perfect. I just hope to continuously evolve throughout my life.
I have not met too many farmers, none really, who do not care about the land, especially their land. Do they push back on regulations? Yes, often because…
Brandon Butler joins Luttrell to discuss his journey through the outdoor landscape as a writer, conservationist, and lobbyist. In doing so, he highlights many of the issues he uncovered along the way.