2013

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Vol. 1 Num. 1 – Premier Edition, December/January 2013

The Premier Edition of Covey Rise Magazine includes contributions from well-known writers like Gary Lewis, Jim Casada, Ben O. Williams and Tom Keer.

Inside this issue learn more about the beautiful upland hunting companion, the Springer Spaniel. Then take a look inside Joshua Creek Ranch. Learn about the heritage of artisan gunmakers, Caesar Guerini. Tag along with the ladies from Kevin's Fine Outdoor Gear and Apparel as they explore the Estancia Cortaderas in Argentina. Enjoy an illustrated essay, Wingshooting the Quail of North America featuring the works of John and Jim Denney. Then head north to New Brunswick for a walk alongside the ghost of Edmund Davis.  

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Vol. 1 Num. 2 – February/March 2013

In this issue, we travel across the pond with our newest contributing writer, Terry Wieland, who takes an intimate look inside Holland & Holland. In Texas, Covey Rise drops in on the home of Tito’s Vodka and visits Greystone Castle, a picturesque sportsman’s paradise. Along the Gulf Coast, award-winning celebrity chef Tim Creehan shares his tasty recipes, and from the Northeast, our friend Tom Keer tells the story of his transplanted Yankee Cover dog. Also, Don McKenzie of the National Bobwhite Conservative Initiative explores the potential of the new Bobwhite Foundation, while Dr. Blythe will leave you smiling with his tale of Old Doc Foshee.  

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Vol. 1 Num. 3 – April/May 2013

In this issue we’ll share stories about T. Boone Pickens and Bob Williamson, and we’ll go back in time with a similarly minded family, the Berettas. We’ll visit a Utah artist considered and adopted son of south Georgia, and we’ll trudge through the Alaskan tundra in search of ptarmigan. Cowboy Chef Lenny, aka the Black Mamba, and Doc Blythe add some spice too.  

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Vol. 1 Num. 4 – June/July 2013

Our journey this issue takes us to several great places from one end of the country to the other. We start our with a Perkins family tradition in Montana. Then we head to south Georgia for a traditional Southern quail hunt at Pine Hill Plantation; to Vermont for some shooting instruction with Lars Jacob; and to Boston for some fabulous bistro fare with a French twist, courtesy of Chef Gordon Hamersley. 

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Vol. 1 Num. 5 – August/September 2013

Join us this issue as we travel to Oxford, Mississippi, and visit with Mike Stewart and his fabulous dogs on our way to the Blue Ridge Mountains and enjoying the breathtaking views at Primland. Head south and enjoy some fine fare at Pine Creek and taste some rare bourbon with Fred Minnick. We look back at an ole witty hunter gone by, Gene Hill, and read about one still going in Montana (Ben O. Williams). 

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Vol. 1 Num. 6 – October/November 2013

There is nothing quite like a pheasant hunt at Paul Nelson Farm in South Dakota. We hope you enjoy the story as much as we did the visit. From there, in this issue we head south to the Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival in Thomasville, Georgia, which you don’t want to miss. We also spend some time enjoying the contributions two families have made to the upland sport, one with exceptional habitat and vision in Mississippi and the other with a history of fine gunmaking in Italy. As always, we will sample some good food and have a taste of Irish Whiskey while we take you back to an era during which one enjoyed the upland lifestyle in his own way. 

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