Late-season birds survive by turning into track athletes. But a few tricks will put them on the wing and in your game bag.
By Andrew Johson with Dennis Foster. 2012 was a tale of two pheasant seasons for me. In early fall, I was invited by Dennis Foster, from Mellette, to join him as he hosted Baserri Shotguns, Honda and Focus Outdoors TV on a pheasant hunt near Doland.
Despite what even longtime South and North Dakota residents would consider the very protracted and snow-filled winter of 2010/2011 the overall expectation for the numbers of pheasants we can expect this fall looks to remain somewhere between good and downright phenomenal.