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Monthly Archives: September 2012

     Grouse season in the Adirondacks is off to a good start. On Saturday (9/22) I flushed a total of six birds in 7 hours. This is not a bad statistic relative to my other hunts and is all the more pleasing since I was hunting by myself without a dog. The day started off warm and very windy. The wind made for tough hunting due to the noise of leaves blowing… Read More

     Pike certainly have some dedicated fans, but they tend to garner less attention than bass and trout. On the one hand I can understand why, but at the same time it seems a bit of a mystery. Personally, I like pike. They’re fun to catch and they are fairly abundant with generous seasons. Add to that their capability of growing into the 20lb range and potential as table fair and it… Read More