#47 | Standing Up For Upland Birds with Ryan Busse of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers – Project Upland Podcast

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On this episode of the Project Upland Podcast, I’m joined by Ryan Busse, upland hunting fanatic and board member of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers. Ryan and I talk about his upland hunting story, the work that he does for BHA and much more.

During our conversation Ryan and I start with a bit of a season recap and a hunting report. We share some upland bird hunting stories as well as the usual bird dogs, shotguns and upland birds chatter. We also discuss how Ryan got started upland hunting and his love for fine double guns and good bird dogs.  Finally, we talk about public land hunting and the work that BHA does to ensure the future of our favorite endeavors.

BHA Mission: Backcountry Hunters & Anglers seeks to ensure North America’s outdoor heritage of hunting and fishing in a natural setting through education and work on behalf of wild public lands and waters.

To learn more about BHA: Mission and Values

To become a member via the Meateater podcast promo: Join BHA

As always, I hope you enjoy this episode of the Project Upland Podcast and thank you for listening! Let us know what you think about the show as well as what you’d like to hear about on future episodes by commenting below or sending me an email directly: nick.larson@northwoodscollective.com

Get it on iTunes: Project Upland Podcast – Episode 47

The Project Upland Podcast is brought to you in part by: Pineridge Grouse Camp – Adventure AwaitsOnX Hunt & Gumleaf USA

Last modified: January 31, 2019

2 Responses to :
#47 | Standing Up For Upland Birds with Ryan Busse of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers – Project Upland Podcast

  1. Ted Gordon says:

    Great post here. Got new ideas for my upcoming hunting event in the woods.

  2. Mike Eagan says:

    Nick, after listening to a number of shows I wonder why interviews and/or videos haven’t been done on pointing/flushing field trials? In the NE/PA area grouse trials and those dogs, horse-back handled trials and then flushing trials. Shoot to retrieve and NAVDA are others but the grouse and horse-back seem more appropriate. Just a thought for the spring and next fall.

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