Combine one of the best guide books with a species guide and you are ready to explore and hunt Montana.
Montana is a wingshooter's smorgasbord - what's been lacking is a menu, but not any more. Chuck Johnson and Ben Williams have pooled their wingshooting savvy into the complete guide to wingshooting Montana. Included are maps, graphs, tips, and techniques sections that evaluate the hunting in each section of the state - what species are present, in what numbers, where to
go, and when to go there. Covers sage grouse, Hungarian partridge, pheasant, sharptails, blue, ruffed, and spruce grouse, Merriam's turkey, ducks, and geese. With this guide you can virtually visit Montana "cold" and find a place to hunt the species you want, and nearly be assured of a good hunt.
The Field Guide to Upland Birds and Waterfowl is beautifully illustrated with top notch decryptions of birds from all over North American. When hunting a new area with new species there is nothing more important then knowing your target. This guide makes identification quick and easy.
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