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March 12, 2018

|Northwind -

The male grouse creates the noise we hear by leaning back on its tail and striking his wings against the air, forming a momentary vacuum. This noise will last from 5-8 seconds and can be heard up to ½ mile away along lakes and ¼ mile in the woods. In thick pine and...

March 12, 2018

|Northwind -

One of the training techniques we use for guiding is to teach our dogs to work less scent. The reason being it will help the dog pick up scent from a running grouse. A running grouse leaves very little scent behind. Technically the grouse is washing scent on every,...