It features more than 90 detailed maps of distribution and hunting areas, where and how to hunt each species of game bird and their seasons. It also includes tips on hunting with dogs, and after a successful hunt, preparation and recipes for the birds.
Wingshooter’s Guide to Wisconsin also provides the reader information on “fast facts,” special regulations, and local outfitters and guides. Mickey and Roland also include insight to good food and interesting places to stay—including those that allow dogs and much more! So, whether you’re looking for ruffed grouse and woodcock, pheasant, ducks and geese or wild turkey, this book is a must have for any bird hunter in the Midwest.
About the Authors
Mickey Johnson moved to Minnesota in 1970 to hunt and fish, and to attend college. His current agenda consists of upland bird hunting, working with his dogs, photography, cooking, fly fishing and writing. He also guides for upland bird hunting, is president of the local Trout Unlimited chapter, and raises funds for the Ruffed Grouse Society. He is the author of Flyfisher’s Guide to Minnesota and a co-author of Wingshooter’s Guide to Minnesota.
Dr. Roland Kehr lives in Brainard, Minnesota, “just a stone's throw away" from Wisconsin's fabulous ruffed grouse and woodcock hunting. He and his wife, Pat, enjoy life in the company of their three English setters. He does some guiding for ruffed grouse and woodcock. Most of his friends know that he spends more time at planning hunts and hunting than he does at dentistry.