Hunting Big Mule Deer

Hunting Big Mule Deer Author Robby Denning
ISBN-10 069245795X
Year 2015-07-15
Pages 274
Language en
Publisher
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With his boots on the ground and his eyes scanning rocky ridgelines across the West for more than 30 years, Robby Denning has more in-the-field trophy mule deer hunting experience than most. A humble student of nature, his understanding of the sport has been refined by trial and error, observation, and faithful persistence. Whether you're planning your first Western hunting adventure or you've already been bitten by the trophy mule deer bug, you will gain from this book an arsenal of proven tips and tactics, along with a renewed vigor to seek lonesome mountains in pursuit of the buck of a lifetime.

Deer of the Southwest

Deer of the Southwest Author Jim Heffelfinger
ISBN-10 9781603445337
Year 2006-09-08
Pages 204
Language en
Publisher Texas A&M University Press
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“This book includes a comprehensive presentation of the most recent knowledge from management and scientific research in the southwestern Unites States and northern Mexico. It should be considered as a valuable first-hand tool by wildlife managers, professors, government agents, hunters, and every person interested in deer conservation and management on both sides of the border.” --Carlos Hugo Alcalá-Galván, Wildlife Biologist for Instituto Nacional de Inves “An important reference for anyone interested in deer in the Southwest–managers and enthusiasts alike. Both enlightening and instructive, Deer of the Southwestis the ultimate source for understanding the history, management, and issues facing this resource. Jim Heffelfinger has solidified his reputation as the premier authority on deer in this region.” --Barry Hale, Deer Program Manager, New Mexico Department of Game and Fish

Mule Deer Quest

Mule Deer Quest Author Walt Prothero
ISBN-10 1571572201
Year 2001-11-08
Pages 293
Language en
Publisher
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A unique collection of mule-deer hunting stories, biology, management, and hunting how-to's, on North America's top trophy. Get the inside story on where to find bucks on public lands, and why where is just as important as how.

Stalking Trophy Mule Deer

Stalking Trophy Mule Deer Author Walt Prothero
ISBN-10 0882904760
Year 1993
Pages 240
Language en
Publisher Cedar Fort
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Provides information about the behavior of mule deer, offers various strategies for hunting the animal, and discusses the importance of hunter conservation of natural resources to the future of sport hunting.

Blood in the Tracks

Blood in the Tracks Author Jim Collyer
ISBN-10 1470168987
Year 2013-05-22
Pages 192
Language en
Publisher CreateSpace
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Blood in the Tracks offers visionary thought and insight into what it takes to consistently harvest trophy mule deer. Whether you're a seasoned hunter or a novice, Blood in the Tracks, has everything you need to become a better mule deer hunter.

A Mule Deer Retrospective

A Mule Deer Retrospective Author Boone and Crockett Club
ISBN-10 0940864959
Year 2013-10-07
Pages 304
Language en
Publisher
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Sportsmen with an eye for the good ol' days of big game hunting in North America will delight in B&C's third installment of its visually stunning Retrospective Series A Mule Deer Retrospective. This latest book focuses on the iconic mule deer of the West with hundreds of vintage photographs, chapters about historical mule deer hunting areas, and detailed accounts of dozens of noteworthy mule deer trophies recognized by B&C. No one can deny that the Golden Era of mule deer hunting happened decades ago with nearly 80% of the top 50 mule deer recognized by the Boone and Crockett Club being taken before 1976 some taken as far back as the 1800s. A Mule Deer Retrospective has a special section dedicated to these historic bucks, which include such well-known trophies as Ed Broder s World s Record non-typical mule deer taken near Chip Lake, Alberta, in 1926, and Doug Burris s Colorado King taken in 1972, which still reigns as the World s Record typical mule deer. A Mule Deer Retrospective also features chapters about historic mule deer haunts like Arizona s Kaibab National Forest where the legendary Jack O Connor hunted, plus an in depth look at the changing landscape of mule deer hunting destinations throughout the past century. Also of note to readers is the enormous quantity of non-typical bucks compared to typical deer. Amazingly, in the early days of records-keeping only 25% of mule deer entries were typical deer seemingly the definition of a keeper trophy buck changed somewhere along the way. Typically speaking, mule deer hunters are bit more fanatical about the game they pursue than most of their sportsmen brotherhood. With the vast amount of photographs, entertaining correspondence, and historical trophy data, A Mule Deer Retrospective will not disappoint even the most discerning hunter "

Touching the Wild

Touching the Wild Author Joe Hutto
ISBN-10 9781628735536
Year 2013-11-20
Pages 320
Language en
Publisher Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
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Emmy Award–winning filmmaker, writer, and naturalist Joe Hutto has done it again. Touching the Wild is the enchanting story about one man who has lived with a herd of mule deer in the Wind River mountains of Wyoming for almost seven years. Why, you may ask, would a person choose to do such a thing? His response: how could you not? For Joe Hutto, close proximity to wild things is irresistible. In Illumination in the Flatwoods he unveiled the secret lives of the wild turkey to great critical acclaim. In Touching the Wild he turns his acute sense of wonder and affinity to one of the West’s quintessential “big game” animals: the mule deer, a species in peril due to environmental factors. Wily, thoughtful creatures, mule deer are not inclined to make foolish friendships with their primary predator—man. But due to the intense curiosity of one small doe, and the resulting introduction to an entire herd, Joe Hutto has been allowed unprecedented access and insight into the minds and behavior of this special animal. Spending every day among the herd, he develops uncanny connections with the deer, learning individual and group dynamics as well, unveiling just how much we have in common with these delicate beings. Each season brings new joy as fawns are born and heartache as matriarchs pass away, or hunting takes its toll, or a fawn is orphaned. But what overwhelmingly emerges from Touching the Wild is the enormous respect Hutto has for all wild things and the recognition that we have so much to learn from them about their world, ourselves, and the fragile planet we share. Throughout the book are gorgeous full-color photos.

How to Hunt Everything Outdoor Life

How to Hunt Everything  Outdoor Life Author Andrew McKean
ISBN-10 1616288167
Year 2014-11-18
Pages 320
Language en
Publisher Weldon Owen
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The Sportsman’s Guide to Hunting Around the World Whether you’re planning the trip of a lifetime to Africa, hoping to finally bag an elk, or just looking to tune up your wingshooting skills, this book has it all. Filled with expert advice, species-by-species guides, full-color field-photography and riveting campfire tales, How to Hunt Everything is both a must-have resource for every hunter, and a celebration of hunting as a life-long, universal pursuit! SPECIES BY SPECIES GUIDE Expert hints on stalking and shooting 200 of the world’s most challenging and coveted species from Cape buffalo to caribou to Russian bears. GEAR ESSENTIALS Whether you’re bowhunting or using traditional or high-tech firearms, this book lets you know what you need and how to use it. Special sections highlight traditional native ways of hunting and how to apply their wisdom today. ALL-STAR TEAM The writers in this book have been there, hunted that, and come back with amazing tales to tell. How to Hunt Everything gathers the best of their experiences. FIELD PHOTOGRAPHY See a world of animals highlighted in their natural environments in an art-quality hardback book suitable for gifting to anyone who loves hunting…including yourself!

Big Bucks The Benoit Way

Big Bucks The Benoit Way Author Bryce Towsley
ISBN-10 9781440224027
Year 2008-08-13
Pages 240
Language en
Publisher Krause Publications
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By following the legendary Benoit family, hunters can learn to track and harvest the biggest whitetail bucks on consistent basis. The full-color photography and time-tested methods will gain anyone the advantage over whitetails and the bragging rights over camp.

Whitetail Nation

Whitetail Nation Author Pete Bodo
ISBN-10 9780547504452
Year 2010-11-15
Pages 320
Language en
Publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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Every autumn, millions of men and women across the country don their camo, stock up on doe urine, and undertake a quintessential American tradition – deer hunting. The pinnacle of a hunter’s quest is killing a buck with antlers that "score" highly enough to qualify in the Boone and Crockett record book. But in all his seasons on the trail, Pete Bodo, an avid outdoorsman and student of the hunt, had never reached that milestone. Sadly, he had to admit it -- he was a nimrod. Whitetail Nation is the uproarious story of the season Pete Bodo set out to kill the big buck. From the rolling hills of upstate New York to the vast and unforgiving land of the Big Sky to the Texas ranches that feature high fences, deer feeders, and money-back guarantees, Bodo traverses deep into the heart of a lively, growing subculture that draws powerfully on durable American values– the love of the frontier, the importance of self reliance, the camaraderie of men in adventure, the quest for sustained youth, and yes, the capitalist’s right to amass every high tech hunting gadget this industry’s exploding commerce has to offer. Gradually, Bodo closes in on his target – that elusive monster buck -- and with each day spent perched in a deer stand or crawling stealthily in high grass (praying the rattlesnakes are gone) or shivering through the night in a drafty cabin (flannel, polar fleece and whiskey bedamned), readers are treated with a hilarious and unforgettable tour through a landscape that ranges from the exalted to the absurd. Along the way Bodo deftly captures the spirit and passion of this rich American pursuit, tracing its history back to the days of Lewis and Clark and examining that age old question – "why do men hunt?"

The Bowhunter s Handbook

The Bowhunter s Handbook Author M.R. James
ISBN-10 9781440227103
Year 2011-02-28
Pages 256
Language en
Publisher Gun Digest Books
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The Definitive Work on Man's Oldest Outdoor Sport! Expert Strategies Tools Techniques Tips Hundreds of Illustrations