Posts Tagged ‘pheasant tattoos’

Have you been searching for Pheasant Tattoos with Tiffany Lakosky during October 2011?

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

Believe it or not, the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever is the most commonly searched breed of bird dog at

I was doing some research this afternoon about our blog’s traffic.  Of particular interest to me were the terms folks used in search engines before landing at or at  It may sound like a dry topic, but I’ve found the results both fascinating and hilarious . . . of course I’ve been called odd before.

Here’s the list of key words that intrigued me:

  • October 2011: I’ve gotta believe folks are in a perpetual search to find open days to hunt roosters this autumn because “October 2011″ is running away from the field as the most searched term.


  • Pheasant Tattoos: Nothing says commitment like body ink.  Take a look at the tat commitment of PF member Mark Garry for example.






  • How to Hunt Pheasants without a Dog: Taking the cake as the most often searched phrase (rather than single word or term).  It turns out there are a bunch of folks interested in bagging roosters, but lack the assistance of canine companionship.  Check out my top tips to success as a dogless pheasant hunter.


What about you?  Do you frequently visit our blog page or did a search engine term lead you here?

The Pointer is written by Bob St.Pierre, Pheasants Forever’s Vice President of Marketing.  Follow Bob on Twitter @BobStPierre.

He Tattooed That Rooster

Monday, May 10th, 2010

The indelibly inked flush.

Some people think they look trashy, but there’s no denying tattooing is an art gaining in popularity. My unscientific research says 1 in every 5 or 6 Americans has one. Personally, I find most tats more creative than any “Andy Warhol.”

We profiled a pheasant tattoo a few years back in Pheasants Forever’s On the Wing eNewsletter. The latest find comes from Mark Garry, a native South Dakotan and Pheasants Forever Rooster Booster member now living in the Twin Cities area. This new addition to his “wing” will be fully completed in June.

Anyone else have a pheasant or Pheasants Forever tattoo? If so, send us an image(s) at and we’ll compile them in an upcoming online photo gallery. And please note: barbed-wire tattoos only accepted if part of an actual fence line depiction.