Synopses & Reviews
Dennis Walrod takes beginning and experienced grouse hunters alike through an examination of key aspects of the hunt: how to get the most out of a covert, choosing guns and dogs, as well as concerns particular to autumn stalking or winter hunting. The emphasis falls on grouse hunting as a sport pursued for the thrill of the hunt, the adrenaline shot brought by the force of a flush, rather than the quest for impressive numbers.
Shows beginning or experienced grouse hunters how to maximize their enjoyment of the sport through finding new and better coverts to hunt, choosing the right gun, hunting with a dog, and recipes for making dinner from a successful hunt. All surveys, charts, and maps from the original edition have been updated with current information.