STORIES FROM THE FIELD
Unique stories about those who hunt and work. For those who go all day.
True Grit Meets Fine Grit
Taylor Hubbell self-learned the meticulous artistry of woodworking, unabashedly putting the pedal to the metal in every ounce of free time he had to feed his passion and launch the flourishing woodworking business that he runs today.
Rebuilding the Earth with Regenerative Farming
Lessons on regenerative agriculture, the next level of sustainability from North Star Homestead Farm
One Hunter's History & Heritage
Avid hunter and aspiring chef, Gerard Masih, spends Dove opener each year with family and friends.
The Story Behind The Lengendary Wingshooter
Irish Setter hunting boots have been a favorite of upland bird hunters since the 1950s. Learn the history of this iconic boot.
Forging A Legacy Through Hmong Cooking
The son of Hmong refugees from Laos, award-winning chef and outdoorsman Chef YiaVang uses the Hmong cooking philosophy to showcase his parents' strong legacy of bravery, selflessness and family ties.
Where Dedication Meets Dog Training
Helping others realize success: Soggy Acres dog trainer Jeff Fuller overcomes adversity to build strong human-dog teams.
The Art of Cooking What You Hunt
Chef Scott Leysath's unconventional, hard-earned eats prove a hearty meal can come from the most unlikely of places.
Cutting A Path For Women In Construction
In honor of women in construction week, Irish Setter visited with Andrea Race. Andrea has worked in the construction and landscaping industry for 20 years. She is a true pioneer who serves as a role mode for other women in construction.