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"You spot a huge deer coming closer to you. You quietly raise your bow. Do you have what it takes to bring the big animal down? Now is your chance to learn what you need to know about bowhunting history, gear, techniques, safety, and more."
A handy guide to hunting one of America’s favorite game birds.
Cartoonist Daniel Roberts returns to the Great Outdoors to offer this follow-up to "The Funny Side of Hunting and Fishing" with 100 new cartoons featuring deer, bird and rabbit hunting and fishing.
I was very thankful for the review. I went through this book four times, and I may have uploaded the unedited part, so I put the edited parts back together, and went through it to make sure it was right. A Compilation of True Deer Hunting Stories, With Lessons To Be Learned. I started hunting forty two years ago and been there and done that. The stories in this book will help you in many ways, because there is a little bit about all the aspects of hunting deer. Most of these stories are about my mistakes and not of my good hunts that I went on, only to show you some of the stuff I did when very green. I could have added many more deer hunting stories, but thought that the ones I did add would be beneficial for there are many lessons to be learned. Everyone is different in every thing we do as individuals. The stories here are just to show the mistakes I made and the things I learned during my hunting trips over a period of 20 plus years. I had many successful hunting trips, but wanted to tell the stories of most of my mistakes. I hope in some way, the reader can take some of my tips in this book to be a much better hunter, or at least, if you're a knew hunter, to learn the ropes much quicker than I did. Lots of luck on your next hunt. In the last pages of this book, I have some pictures of some of my deer stands, and plans to make a quick and safe stand.
For his entire life, Derrell Rodine has loved hunting. His enjoyment of hunting has been both personal and professional, as he has led countless hunters through his Saskatchewan company, Scattergun Outfitters. In this memoir, Derrell reflects on the wonderful people he has met and the experiences he has enjoyed. He also recounts a serious illness he thought might lead to death, or at the very least keep him from ever hunting again. Beneath Derrell's tales of adventures and escapades is a man of deep faith who loves God, his family, and his country.
Derrell Rodine was born and raised in the Weyburn, Saskatchewan area. After graduating as a psychiatric nurse, he and his wife lived in Regina, Saskatoon, and Winnipeg, and enjoyed hunting all over Saskatchewan and Manitoba. In 1975, he purchased land near where his grandfather had homesteaded. Derrell raised and released pheasants for a number of years. Scattergun Outfitters evolved from this. Hunters from all over North America have hunted with Derrell and his son, Craig. Many of these clients have become close personal friends. Derrell carries a deep respect for the land and the wildlife that inhabit that land. Derrell has a personal faith in our Creator and is involved in many church and community activities.
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