Author: Richard Denning

Three Reasons to Book a Game Bird Hunting Trip

Are you ever considered booking a game bird hunting trip, but hesitated on actually pulling the trigger? There are many reasons to plan your trip, and there’s more to a good trip than just good hunting. A quality hunting trip includes bonding, adventure and relationship building. Don’t believe us? Here are three great reasons why… Read more »

Dove Season is Starting Soon: Tips to Prepare

Dove season is just around the corner, so to help you get ready, here are some tips from Outdoor Life to make you more successful at bagging more doves this season. Consistent Motion No matter what you’re hunting, you always want your shotgun muzzle in motion before, during and after your shot. Be sure to… Read more »

Track Your Hunting, Fishing Licenses Easier with Pursuit

For many hunters, keeping track of multiple licenses can be a real pain, especially for those who like to travel across borders to hunt their favorite game. After all, hunting is about the joy of the hunt, not juggling paperwork. Luckily, there is hope, and it comes in the form of the excellent app called… Read more »

Best Fishing Rods for 2016

Every fisherman knows the joy of trying out a new rod. With new technology emerging each year, there is always something to look forward to and 2016 is no different. Let’s take a look at a few of the top picks from Field & Stream to help you choose which rods to add to your… Read more »

Learning to Fish? Get Started on Land

There is nothing more relaxing than fishing. Spending a peaceful day on the shore or lake, you can revel in the great outdoors while participating in a sport that takes patience, luck and skill all at once. For fishermen who are just starting out, it can be good to practice on land at home before… Read more »

Top Tips for Summer Fishing at Meadow Brook

Meadow Brook Game Farm features a variety of challenges for fishermen and sportsmen alike during the summertime. We have a 10-acre fishing lake on the grounds that is full of fish, including catfish, bass, bluegill and crappie. While these fish provide a challenge to experienced anglers, Meadow Brook Game Farm can also be a fun… Read more »

Life Cycle of the Pheasant

The life span of a pheasant is very short, and typically these birds only live for approximately a single year in the wild. When hunting these birds, understanding their life cycle and the periods that it consists of can help to make sure that your hunting trip is a success. Let’s explore the general patterns… Read more »

Hunting Pheasants in Winter

Depending on where and when you go pheasant hunting, the entire experience may be different. For instance, there are a few specific tactics you need to keep in mind while hunting pheasants throughout the winter. This is especially true if you head out to hunt on days where there is a lot of snow on… Read more »

Robotic Duck Decoys in Arkansas

There’s no doubt in anyone’s mind, those who pay attention to the news, that we are becoming an increasingly robotic society. While it’s not as epic or terrifying as those we see in movies like Terminator or any other sci-fi epic that has us shaking in our human boots worried about the robot apocalypse, there… Read more »

Hunting Season Opening for Wildlife Refuges

At the end of August in Tennessee, the National Wildlife refuges are offering hunting opportunities with this hunting season. Although not too rare, we have been seeing more and more refuge hunting in the past few years than we have ever seen in the past all across the United States. These two refuges in particular… Read more »

Quail Restoration Plan Underway in Tennessee

It’s been only under a year now since the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency completed their Northern Bobwhite Quail Restoration plan, and it is only in the past few weeks that they are finally moving forward with putting it into action. For a number of reasons around habitat loss and farmland problems in Tennessee the bobwhite… Read more »

Getting to Meadow Brook Game Farm

One of the questions we field most often here at Meadow Brook Game Farm are from people wondering how to get to our 1,200-acre shooting preserve in Westmoreland, TN. Our location in north central Tennessee is out of the way, but plenty of travel and lodging accommodations make a visit to our grounds a friendly… Read more »