Best Grouse Hunting Pants in 2023
Carhartt Men's Rugged Flex Upland Field Pant, Canyon Brown, 38W X 32L
- 8.5-ounce, 59 percent cotton/39 percent polyester 2 percent spandex canvas with rain defender durable water repellent
- Rugged flex durable stretch tech hnology for ease of movement
- Sits at the waist
- Relaxed seat and thigh
- Comfortable gusseted crotch
- 100% cotton canvas
- Deep front pockets
- Flap rear pockets
- Zipper fly
- Durable and long lasting
Orvis Men's Toughshell Waterproof Upland Pants, 38, Inseam: 31 Inch
- Windproof and breathable ToughShell fabric protects you from briars and thorns
- Waterproof fabric keeps you dry in even the worst conditions
- Roomy fit allows for layering
- Waterproof, zippered side pockets protect your belongings
- Reinforced on front of leg, lower back leg, and cuff
Wrangler Men's Progear Upland Jean, Antique Navy with Dark Brown, 42x32
- Straight-leg jean with contrast canvas paneling at front and back legs
- Signature W embroidery on back pockets
- Button closure
2020 Indiana Grouse Hunting Season
The 2020 Indiana Grouse Hunting Season is that time of year when hunters in Indiana can legally hunt and take grouse.
The dates of the 2020 grouse hunting season in Indiana are October 1 through December 31. During these days hunters can legally hunt Ruffed grouse from daylight to dark and can take a daily bag limit of 2 birds and have a possession limit of 4 birds. Hunters who wish to participate in this hunting season must have a valid Indiana hunting license and a game bird habitat stamp privilege. These bird hunters must also have proof that they have successfully completed a hunter education program if they were born after the 31st of December, 1986. These rules and regulations are in place for residents of Indiana as well as non-residents.
The 2020 Indiana Grouse Hunting Season only takes place once a year and only in certain parts of Indiana. It is not open statewide. The only counties where these birds can be hunted are Bartholomew, Brown, Clark, Crawford, Jackson, Jefferson, Johnson, LaGrange, Lawrence, Martin, Monroe, Morgan, Ohio, Orange, Owen, Perry, Scott, Steuben, Switzerland and Washington. There are also portions of Dearborn, Greene, Jennings, Putnam and Ripley that are open to Grouse hunting.
One last rule and regulations that grouse hunters in Indiana must be aware of is the requirement to wear fluorescent orange clothing. All grouse hunters in the state of Indiana must wear a fluorescent orange vest, jacket, coat, coveralls, cap or hat. This article of clothing can have a minimal amount of logos or patches, but can not be camouflage patterned.
Grouse hunters can enjoy hunting Ruff Grouse in the state of Indiana as long as they follow all the rules and regulations. These rules and regulations are in place to protect the hunters as well as the grouse population throughout the state. With this in mind, all grouse hunters, residents of Indiana and non-residents alike, must follow them in order to avoid facing a fine and/or jail time.