Fielder's Herbal Helper for Hunters, Trappers, and Fishermen
"A compendium of facts, myths, and folklore on using wild plants to attract fish and game, make bows and arrows, bring good luck in the field, treat your ills and those of your horse, sharpen your senses, fashion lines and nets, and much more ..."--Jacket subtitle. Also covers butchering mats, fish baits, fish narcotics, horse food, and herbal horse medicine.
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