>Gone Grousing Colorado Style…Stay Tuned!

>Colorado Greenback Cutthroat About The Western Native Trout InitiativeWith few exceptions, native trout populations have declined across the West, usually due to two general factors: habitat alteration and introduced non-native fish. Remaining native trout populations are often isolated from one another and exposed to increased predation, competition, and hybridization. Continued human population growth, coupled with…

>Artist Bob Bertram

>MY NOVEMBER GUEST by: Robert Frost (1874-1963) MY Sorrow, when she’s here with me,Thinks these dark days of autumn rainAre beautiful as days can be;She loves the bare, the withered tree;She walks the sodden pasture lane. Her pleasure will not let me stay.She talks and I am fain to list:She’s glad the birds are gone…

>Trout Hunting Colorado Style

>One of my favorite upland pursuits is stealthily hunting native/wild trout on small streams in my beloved Sangre De Cristo Mountains here in Colorado with dries. Mayflies, caddis and stoneflies are still hatching in the high country above 10,500 ft…altitude more suitable for white-tailed ptarmigan, but loaded with beautiful natives. While on the lonely Arkansas…

Gundogs By Tom Davis

Gundogs By Tom Davis…reprinted with permission by Bernard & Associates from July/Aug 2010 Sporting Classics…Tom Davis is one of my heros and a heck of a fine writer! I hope you enjoy this piece as much as I did! Twenty years as a Sporting Classics columnist has enabled the author to share unforgettable moments with…

>First Light by Mike Gaddis

> This is a reprint with permission from Bernard & Associates from the August 2010 issue of Sporting Classics‘ First Light by Mike Gaddis…I hope you enjoy Mike’s writing as much as I do! Among the many stones in my country canine cemetery are a select few which stand to their own. Apart, as the…

>September 1st Address Change

> 29 more days to glorious grouse season…time to begin the begin. September 1st is the opening of blue grouse season. I have lived to see another gunning season, and the aspens will turn to gold. All is good in the world of setters and pointers! I will be in the grouse woods the next…