How To Find More Grouse And Woodcock This Fall


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The article How To Find More Grouse And Woodcock This Fall by Sam Cook was posted by Northland Outdoors on September 13, 2016 at:

Meine, a Deutsch-Drahthaar owned by Meadow Kouffeld-Hansen of Grand Rapids,
takes a break during a northern Minnesota grouse and woodcock hunt.
Meadow Kouffeld-Hansen photo

Original article:

Ted Dick and Meadow Kouffeld-Hansen can tell you how to shoot more grouse and woodcock this fall.

Both Dick and Kouffeld-Hansen are avid grouse and woodcock hunters, and they’re in the business of sharing information. Dick is forest game bird coordinator for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources at Grand Rapids. Kouffeld-Hansen, also of Grand Rapids, is regional biologist for the Ruffed Grouse Society. Read more...

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