Month: February 2013


February Equals Abraham Lincoln!!

Posted on: February 22nd, 2013

Were you one of the lucky ones who did NOT have to work on President’s Day? Do you have your favorites picked for winning at the Oscars on Sunday night? I know – you’re asking yourself, where is she going with this blog? Believe me, sometimes I have to


Why We Hunt

Posted on: February 13th, 2013

Why We Hunt
After my last blog was posted on the internet I saw some interesting commentary from the public. The comments varied from positive to negative and were mostly generated strictly from a picture and not from actual written word. This certainl


Sizzling Winter & Spring Bird Hunter’s Special

Posted on: February 11th, 2013

Heartland Lodge is once again offering a Sizzling Winter & Spring Bird Hunter’s Special from February 1st- March 31st! Based on availability, you can get into some excellent upland wing-shooting. Our special package will include the following:


Shooting Tips For Pheasant Hunters

Posted on: February 11th, 2013

Shooting Tips For Pheasant Hunters
by Chris Larsen

Ask just about any guide what the best way to fill a limit of pheasants is and he’ll likely tell you good shooting. If you kill 75% of the roosters flushed, it only takes 4 flushes to fill a limit.


Hunting in Alaska

Posted on: February 10th, 2013

As I am flying in the Supper Cub from Tok Alaska into the wilderness of Alaska, I looked down below me and it was if I was traveling in a time capsule. Taking me back hundreds of years before tv’s, the internet and Facebook was created. Alaska calls its


What Size Shot do I Need.

Posted on: February 7th, 2013

I am often asked what size shot hunters need when hunting quail and pheasants.
The first thing I need to know is what gauge of shotgun you are using. 
If you are using a 12 gauge or 20 gauge I would use 7 ½ shot.


Is Your Dog Gun Shy????

Posted on: February 7th, 2013

My past dog training experiences have proved that most dog problems are manmade. Gun shyness is one of them. In fact I have seen and heard of several such instances on how to break a dog of gun shyness. But I have been tough the best way to introduce gunf