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Pheasants Forever Habitat Restoration Specialist Becca Kludt and lead singer of Trampled by Turtles, Dave Simonett, join the podcast to recap a beautiful day in west central Minnesota.

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We now know what some have always known, which is that one cannot destroy just a part of a landscape - a powerful message on the importance of conservation from Trampled by Turtles singer and friend of Pheasants Forever, Dave Simonett.

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The crew hit the road and keyed in on a handful of Waterfowl Production Areas and were rewarded quickly with a beautiful rooster. But the rest of the day served as a reminder that Mother Nature always has the upper hand.

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The crew spent the day primarily on federal Waterfowl Production Areas (WPAs) in southwest Minnesota’s “Buffalo Ridge” region where sustained winds played a major factor in their overall success.

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It's a deep connection to the land, the season and the harvest that ruffles excitement in rural Minnesota and builds lasting friendships and memories.

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Gorgeous Walk-in Access (WIA) properties and a bountiful Wildlife Management Area (WMA) produce roosters on Day Two of Rooster Road Trip 2020.

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Recapping Day Two of the Rooster Road Trip featuring a golden hour filled with hits, misses, and . . . Bob’s water retrieve.

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The new Garmin Alpha 200i checks all the boxes in a dog tracking and training unit, and then some.

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Day One on our Minnesota public lands journey got off to a great start hunting with a PF legend who happens to have a WPA and WMA named after him.

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Conservation legend Joe Duggan joins the podcast to recap the first day of this year’s Rooster Road Trip spent hunting the Minnesota public wildlife area named in honor of Duggan.

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Farm Bill Wildlife Biologist Megan Howell writes about the importance of Minnesota's Walk-In Access program and the valuable impact landowners make on wildlife habitat.

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From the shotguns we carry to the Bird n’ Lite vests sagging off our shoulders with public lands roosters, we’re proud to rock the Browning Buckmark because they make great products and they also support our wildlife habitat conservation.

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