R3 Tag Archive

The Three Main Obstacles for New Hunters from a Fellow Novice

A novice hunter explores overcoming the challenges and trials of becoming a bird hunter. Being a novice is tough. Barriers exist for any new hobby, but the barriers to hunting can...

Mentoring Hunters in the 21st Century of Technology and Ideas

Take a look at opportunities for mentoring hunters and how they have evolved in a modern era. “How do you guys want to approach this property?” The question was posed at our...

Fueled – A New Sporting Dog Podcast Hosted by Dr. Joe Spoo

Project Upland got a chance to hop on the new Fueled podcast hosted by Dr. Joe Spoo and presented by Eukanuba Sporting Dog. If you’ve been following Project Upland...

Can Bird Dogs Help Save the Future of Hunting?

Confirming Bird Dogs as a Silver Bullet of R3 in the future of hunting Recruitment. His eyes shifted slightly to his left, watching me as I started to pick up my pace and push...

The Etiquette of Hunting Over Someone Else’s Bird Dog

Think about these rules to get invited back to hunting over someone else’s bird dog. I will say it up front: I am far from being an expert on bird dogs. But if there is one...

My Bird Dog Pup Goes to the Big Leagues

Or, That Time I Drove 900 Miles for a Dog Test I popped an antacid into my mouth and tossed a second one to Joe. It was indecently early in southeast Idaho and our nerves were...

Upland Shotguns – Which is right for bird hunting?

Picking your first upland shotgun? Here’s what you need to know. So you want to be a bird hunter. As the season approaches, you’re starting to gear up: new hunting boots,...

Hunter Recruitment: How Bird Hunting is Helping in the R3 Fight

Bird hunting is at the forefront of hunter recruitment in the United States. Doom and gloom seems to be all headlines lately when it comes to hunter numbers in the United States....

The Reward—A Hunter Mentor Film

Mark Fouts, Director of Member Relations & Outreach for the Ruffed Grouse Society, shares his personal passion for the Hunter Mentor Program. Mark Fouts reflects on the...

Why Upland Hunters Need to Share their Covers

The future of upland hunting is more important than our personal needs. I hate to use the word I almost as much as I hate to generalize people. That starts this article out on...