Advanced Deerhunter's Bible
This book explores the world of the whitetail deer, its feeding, traveling, and mating habits, and shows how to use this knowledge to refine your hunting skills.
• All about the whitetail's senses—and how to outwit them
• What you can learn from a deer's body language
• Understanding antler rubs, pellets, tracks, beds, and scrapes
• Calling, rattling, and decoying whitetails
• Stand hunting, stillhunting, and driving
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