Tag Archives: wyoming hunting

Photo Essay: Hunting the Gray Ghost of the Wyoming Sage

Written by: Edgar Castillo


The sage grouse is a quarry worth traveling for, and we must help preserve its habitat.
Photos by Edgar Castillo

Memories still abound from my 2017 trek from Kansas to the Wyoming high desert in search of the sage grouse. I had forgone my annual early-season chase for prairie chickens across the Flint . . .

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Photo of the Day: A Boy’s Grouse

Written by: Steve Hemkens, vice president of Orvis Adventures


Ten-year-old Jack Jenkins bagged his first ruffed grouse on Friday, along with his proud dad, Latham.
Photo by Steve Hemkens

Ten-year-old Jack Jenkins of Jackson, Wyoming, was off school on Friday, and I tagged along with Jack and his dad, Latham, on an elk hunt before work. Despite his young age, Jack got after. . .

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Photos: An Eastern Bird Dog Moves West


Written by: Phil Monahan

Cayenne flushed these two ruffed grouse not far from Steve’s house on a quick afternoon hunt.
Photo by Steve Hemkens

Steve Hemkens—vice president of Orvis Rod & Tackle/Sporting Adventures—moved to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, last spring. This is the first Western season season Steve’s English Springer Spaniel, Cayenne, who learned to hunt grouse in the thick woods of. . .

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