Whitetail Addicts Manual: Proven Methods for Hunting Trophy Whitetail
Quarto Publishing Group USA, 2007 - 144 páginas
Whitetail Addicts Manual provides whitetail hunters, whether they are novices or experts, with the information they need to understand the biology and behavior of white-tailed deer. This information will enable hunters to understand how deer, especially trophy-class whitetail bucks, act on a seasonal and daily basis and how they react to the daily, changing conditions around them. This book will help hunters know how to locate deer in existing conditions each day and will also arm them with highly successful archery and firearms tactics and techniques for each rut phase. Ultimately the content will successfully provide enthusiasts with the information and skills that will make them more successful hunters regardless of hunting conditions. Written by a nationally recognized big-game expert, the content is based on his more than 20 years of research, studying how trophy whitetails behave in a range of conditions. The content contains several chapters on biology and behavior of North AmericaÆs most popular big-game species and several different tactics and techniques for scouting, observing, locating, patterning, and hunting. All techniques were developed by the author when he was professional hunting guide and outfitter for more than 15 years.
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