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#130 | Michigan Upland Hunting, Mystery and More with Charles McLravy

#130 | Michigan Upland Hunting, Mystery and More with Charles McLravy

Michigan Upland Bird Hunting

Talking Michigan upland hunting plus fictional tales of murder and mystery with author Charles McLravy.

Novelist Charles McLravy aka Charles Cutter joins the show to talk about Michigan upland hunting and his series of legal thrillers. In addition to being an avid upland bird hunter and waterfowler, Charles served on the board of Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever for two decades. Our conversation covers Charlie’s introduction to Michigan upland hunting along with some of his four-legged companions, recent upland bird hunts and his experience in the world of conservation. We conclude with some discussion about how he entered the world of novel writing and preface a number of his current books.

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Tune in to this episode of the Project Upland Podcast for a conversation on Michigan upland hunting, some great winter reading and more with Charles McLravy.

About | Charles Cutter
“Mr. Cutter is a recovering attorney. He lives with his wife, two dogs and four cats in East Lansing. He has a leaky sailboat in Harbor Springs and a leakier duck boat on Saginaw Bay. He is at work on the next Burr Lafayette mystery.”

Watch | Trailer for The Gray Drake by Charles Cutter

Read | The Pink Pony | The Gray Drake | Bear Bones

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The Project Upland Podcast is Presented By: onX Hunt, Eukanuba Performance Dog Food, CZ USA, Dogtra Hunting Ops, Electronic Shooters Protection, Sage & Braker and Dakota 283 Kennels

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  • Hi Nick, Your podcast is a joy to listen to. Feels like you’re sitting around the campfire with a few other hunters. I appreciate how allow the interviews to unfold in a natural way. Keep up the good work! Josh

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