Crafted for those who appreciate the finer things in life, the Pheasant Whiskey Glass is a symbol of both prestige and passion. The vibrant details of this design capture the exhilarating moments after the rooster flushes and provides an opportunity to harvest both wild game and a cherished memory.
Whiskey Glasses with a Touch of Sporting Class
Designed by Bozeman-based artist Casey Underwood and offered exclusively by Lewistown, Montana-based lifestyle brand Bird Dog of the Day. Whiskey glass sets and over 50 bird dog and gamebird designs available, including german shorthairs, english pointers, brittanys, sharp-tailed grouse, bobwhite quail and more. Elevate your winter evenings with a touch of sporting class – because the pursuit of excellence is not just a pastime; it’s a way of life for those who appreciate the beauty in both the hunt and the toast that follows. Cheers to the season of warmth, camaraderie, and the thrill of the hunt.
About Bird Dog of the Day
Bird Dog of the Day is a small, Montana-based business, dedicated to celebrating bird dogs. As the premier source for bird dog inspiration on social media, they have the most dedicated bird dog community on the internet. Their goal is to leverage the attention for good: elevate bird dog stories, expose the specialties of each breed, and put bird hunting in the good light that it deserves.
Sometimes, all it takes is one simple photo of a bird dog to spark a person’s interest in hunting – and hunting leads to conservation, so they consider sharing bird dogs a worthy pursuit.
The @birddogoftheday Instagram account started in 2013 with the goal of featuring one bird dog per day. Since then, they have featured nearly 2,500 bird dogs and had over 900k images and videos submitted to their hashtag #birddogoftheday.
Bird Dog of the Day is run by three bird dog enthusiasts and entrepreneurs in Seth Patterson, Hyatt Voy and Mike Yashko. Seth is based in rural Northwest Oregon, Hyatt is in Lewistown, Montana, and Mike is based in Southwest Florida, but spends time in Lewistown as well. Hyatt grew up running pointers and labs with his dad, chasing huns, roosters, and pheasants in the grasslands of central and eastern Montana. Seth grew up with labs in Oregon, hunting primarily waterfowl – but loves upland and “combo hunts” too – and currently has a two-year-old black lab named Trapper. Mike loves to hunt Sharptails and Huns out west with his four Picardy Spaniels, Tilly, Theo, Flirt, and Gus.