2014

Vol. 2 Num. 1
Vol. 2 Num. 1
Covey Rise

Vol. 2 Num. 1

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Vol. 2 Num. 1 – December/January 2014

Let me start by saying two important and sincere words: Thank you. What a year it has been for Covey Rise! This is our First Anniversary issue of the magazine in its new format and it comes with a big “thank you” to you, the reader. Each issue, Covey Rise is published with you foremost in mind. Our articles and images are intended to heighten your fun, enjoyment, and appreciation of upland hunting, wherever you live and get outdoors. I hope this first year of the magazine has been more than you expected; it sure was for us. 

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Vol. 2 Num. 2
Vol. 2 Num. 2
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Vol. 2 Num. 2

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Vol. 2 Num. 2 – February/March 2014

From the Publisher: “I was fortunate to spend a couple days in New York City in December, for the MIN and FOLIO Awards. MIN stands for Magazine Information Network and is one of the leading trade organizations reporting on the business of magazine publishing. FOLIO gives out The Eddie and Ozzie Awards that celebrate innovation in design and editorial. It was humbling to find out that Covey Rise was nominated for the Best Magazine Launch for 2013; Best Design, New Magazine, and Best Use of Illustration for Consumer Magazines with Circulation Under 250,000. It was astounding to be there in person when the award-winners were announced. Covey Rise was the winner of Best Use of Illustration and placed second in the other two categories!

I can’t thank you, our readers and our staff, enough; and I also credit the incredible support we’ve received from advertisers. Together, you’ve made this magazine a reality. I say once again, humbly and sincerely, thank you!” 

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Vol. 2 Num. 3
Vol. 2 Num. 3
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Vol. 2 Num. 3 – April/May 2014

From the Publisher: “We have an exciting lineup of photography and stories for you in this issue. Pour your favorite beverage and find that cozy place to relax and enjoy these exceptional pages. We start off with some high-flying birds and great company in North Yorkshire, England. Then we travel to the Rockies for a dude-ranch experience on horseback at The High Lonesome Ranch, and after that get a visual expression of one bird species seeking love during mating season. Gregg Elliott puts us at the oak table as he describes two vintage British shotguns. Bob White paints us a covey of art like you have never seen. Nancy Anisfield introduces us to the colorful vizsla and Tom Keer gives us some tips on teaching and learning new tricks with our favorite companion(s). We visit Frank Stitt at one of his four restaurants in Alabama for some outstanding fare and Fred Minnick gives us info on bourbon trends in this new year. Gary Lewis delivers some roosters for lunch and Doc Blythe gives us something, well, to chew on till next issue. Enjoy.” 

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Vol. 2 Num. 4
Vol. 2 Num. 4
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Vol. 2 Num. 4

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Vol. 2 Num. 4 – June/July 2014

From the Publisher: “This issue has multiple ties to the West Coast with feature stories on Dancing Hares Vineyard and the breeding and nesting habits of California quail. We have a road trip from Montana to Canada with Dale Spartas, and Gregg Elliott talks a little German history while we learn about today’s Merkel. To go along with the majestic cover, our dog feature this issue is on the Lab. We also offer tips on dog training and canine first aid. Next, we travel to Augusta to join Chef Kent Rathbun as he entertains the masses at this year’s Masters Golf Tournament with his culinary flair, while fine artist Christine Coombs gives us descriptions of her world of art. Roger Catchpole and Terry Allen offer a fresh look at a quail plantation back in operation in Albany, Georgia; and Fred Minnick shares some brands of rye whiskey to sip while remembering the past. This summer issue is full of entertaining reading (and viewing), while we all patiently wait and restlessly dream about the next hunting season.” 

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Vol. 2 Num. 5
Vol. 2 Num. 5
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Vol. 2 Num. 5 -August/September 2014
From the Publisher: “As we all get ready for the fresh aroma of autumn air, sit back and enjoy this issue of Covey Rise. We have a superb feature on the classic breed, the English setter, that you are sure to enjoy. We take a trip to North Carolina to hunt in excellent quail habitat and enjoy plantation traditions, and we behold the fine art of Italian shotgun engravers. Dale C. Spartas takes us farther along the road as he heads into Alberta, Canada, and we get to know biologist Dale Rollins’s passion to save Texas quail. Walter Matia shows his love of the outdoors through his magnificent work with bronze. Rebecca Gray takes us up the East Coast to enjoy Slow Food dishes prepared by Chef Doug Mack in Vermont while Fred Minnick gives us some campfire cocktails to try. And if you were wondering, yes, Doc Blythe finishes our August/September adventure with some good ole advice on dogs and mental health. I hope you enjoy.” 
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Vol. 2 Num. 6
Vol. 2 Num. 6
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Vol. 2 Num. 6 -October/November 2014
From the Publisher: “It’s always sad to say goodbye to summer, but I’m ready for fall, as I’m sure you are—cooler weather, bird dogs on point, and new adventures outdoors. I hope you’ve made time to get your dogs in shape and have polished up your shooting this summer.

We have arranged an exciting season-opening issue for you. First, we start on the Southeast Coast with a fantastic quail hunt at Cabin Bluff. Then we cross the pond and visit Barbour and learn a little about their clothing, which we all love. Next, we spend some time visiting with Simon Clode as he sets the mark high for handmade best guns at Westley Richards. Nancy Anisfield gives us some insight into the Gordon setter, and Bob Bertram shows us what great talent looks like, through his paintings. We also head into the hills of Tennessee and meet with Chef Joseph Lenn at Blackberry Farm, which everyone wants to visit and now we know why!

We are thrilled to include cigars in our lineup, for the first time. Joe Healy, our editor, introduces us to cigars in our newest column, “One Cigar at a Time.” The magazine’s team is excited to add this section and we hope you will enjoy it as we begin to talk all things cigar.” 

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