American Whitetail: Deer Hunting Tips & Resources—Everything You Need to Know About Whitetail Deer Hunting
This comprehensive "how to" book is for both the beginner and the experienced hunter, and contains hundreds of valuable tips, photos, and illustrations whether hunting with a bow, rifle, or muzzleloader. It explains the best methods for tracking and recovering a deer, and how to field dress, skin out, butcher, and package your venison for the freezer. The book also details such deer-country hazards as ticks and venomous snakes, reviews basic safety issues, and lists hundreds of resources for everything from outfitters and guides to hunting supplies. American Whitetail even includes a chapter on reaping the rewards of a successful hunt with twenty-five great venison recipes.
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SECTION II SCOUTING WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHEN AND WHERE
SECTION III DURING THE ACTUAL HUNTING PROC
SECTION IV NOW THAT YOU HAVE YOUR DEER IN CAMP
A Little About the Author
A Little About the Graphic Artist and Designer
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