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  Feel that?  That cool crisp air in the mornings. Thought it would never come. Smell the leaves. Hey. Watch the dogs how pace in the kennel. They know. It’s finally here. Our time. The dogs and the hunters time. We both feel it. Fall. Autumn. Hunting season. All one and the same. Our favorite […]

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We lost a good friend of Lion Country Supply this summer. Chuck Robbins of Dillon Mt left this world the way he lived it. Enjoying gods beautiful outdoors. He was a dynamic individual. He and his wife Gale lived at and ran the historic Spruce creek rod and gun club for years with their bird […]

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PSU International students enjoying a laugh at breakfast with Mr. Buck. The guy watching from outside makes me wonder. Cheers Buck

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Thought I’d share this video that a Customer sent from Montana.     These are wild Huns in his back yard. Got me fired up with hopes of a good year for Huns at least. I’m wondering how the Sharpies are doing out that way. The grouse brood sightings in Pa are few and far […]

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Hunted with a Real grouse Hunter Jimmy Duchess Friday up north in the Allegheny forest. Here is his 2 pointers Bogo and Giblets. George bid Evans wouldn’t approve of those dog names. Or Jimmy.. but I do. We was huntin with Giblets day after thanksgiving.    cheers…..buck

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I am still only shooting pointed grouse with my young dogs. This morning, I had a season high seven grouse flushes but Trey and Lilly only pointed two, I missed one, killed one. They were all singles and it seems to be mostly all big older birds both here in PA and West VA. My […]

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I didn’t take many photos on my Montana bird hunt. Here’s one of me and I’m Lucky 3. Aka trey. Deuces son and heir to the Lucky cover boy legacy as my 6th generation of bird dogs from my first setter Tina. I love him. He pointed Sage, Sharptail, and Huns and ran like the […]

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I leased 15 acres and a local farmer planted 2 bags of sunflower for me to attract doves and serve as feed and cover. It holds birds I miss or aren’t calling back to my mini preserve and it looks great. I used certified seed which was 60 per 50 vs 35 for standard black […]

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As we bird hunt the big loop thru Montana we’ve met a lot of great people and many customers. Raining today and I’m in need of rest. 8 miles a day is tough on me. A longtime LCS customer, Pat from Helena, offered to lend us a hand yesterday. He had introduced himself after seeing […]

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