And Then There Were Two... by Phoebe Bean

One of the many things that makes Montana feel like home is the ease with which I can partake in nearly all of my favorite outdoor activities. In the past eleven months of living in Missoula, Ginger and I have explored outstanding new rivers with a fly rod, hiked to gorgeous alpine lakes, photographed breathtaking views and wildlife, and spent our first full bird season together chasing grouse...

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Montana, Ho! by Phoebe Bean

Summer seemed to fly by faster than usual this year! Between guiding, managing the fly shop, Lava Lake social media, and odd jobs thrown in here and there, sleep was definitely not a priority. One of my best friends from high school and a friend of my sister's lived with our family while they interned for the ranch, which was a complete blast! Our house was most definitely packed...

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Wildrum Kennels: Train Smart, Train Often by Phoebe Bean

Hello to the beanstream!

Ray Wolfram of Wildrum Kennels here as a guest blogger on Phoebe's great site. We are excited to be working with Phoebe and the beanstream to bring the upland community useful and entertaining content.

Everyone who knows Phoebe, knows that her love for a Wirehaired Pointing Griffon named Ginger runs deep. This is where the connection between Phoebe & I was formed - a common interest in a great breed of bird dog. So... Compliments of a crazy little concept called hashtags on Instagram, here we are blogging for the beanstream...

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Mays Pond Plantation by Phoebe Bean

Mays Pond is a quail hunting plantation located near Monticello, Florida, that has been in the Perkins family for generations. I was fortunate enough to be invited by Nancy and Dave to go down last week with them; after hearing about it for most of my life, I was beyond thrilled to be able to experience what Mays Pond was all about...

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Wet Feet x3 by Phoebe Bean

Deer season in Vermont starts this Saturday, which, for safety reasons, will mean the end of hunting grouse and woodcock. Thus, with no fishing or upland bird opportunities, what are we left with? Ducks. I have a love/hate relationship with duck hunting; suffering from poor...

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