Much of the Orvis wingshooting culture has evolved around game shooting, and our investment in the clay-target-shooting world has been based in sporting clays, which allows shooters to. . .
In keeping with The Orvis Company’s commitment to conservation, Associates from both Sunderland and Manchester ventured out into the local community last week to celebrate. . .
In his latest podcast, Reid speaks with noted photographer, upland hunter, and pointing-dog trainer Chris Mathan about the state of women in bird-hunting culture. Chris weighs in with her. . .
In this episode, guest Pat Berry joins me to discuss his top tips for assessing likely cover and gaining access. Pat, the former Vermont Commissioner of Fish and Game, has spent a. . .
My friend Bill Curtis sent in this cool photo, which shows the contents of the crops of several New York grouse that he shot. The variety of foods represented lets you know where to look for more birds.
Now let me start by saying that I’m a dedicated pointing-dog man. All of the hunters I have ever hoped to emulate were pointing dog men, too, and I blame them with for teaching me, in a grandfatherly way, that flushers were for. . .
One of the common hurdles facing the urban wingshooter is finding a suitable place to shoot. A clays course, preserve, or suitable piece of public land to facilitate shooting often lies hours and miles away from a metro center, making access and opportunity a. . .
Turkey time is special here at Orvis. We run out at lunchtime to scout for strutters in the hayfields; diaphragm calls rattle with the loose change in our pockets; and we become tight-lipped about our. . .