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Peter J. Fiduccia is nationally recognized as one of the most experienced and knowledgeable whitetail hunters today. In 101 Deer Hunting Tips, he shares wealth of experience, covering such topics as:Using scents (for best results, it sometimes pays off to use food scents in areas where the food doesn't normally occur) . Rattling (when using natural antlers, making sure that they're no more than three years old). Calling (the Alarm Distress Snort is especially useful when hunting alone). Scrapes (putting buck urine in a primary scrape is sure to flush out the buck that made the scrape). Weather ( one of the best times to hunt whitetails can be during a steady downpour). Determining deer age (gray hair does not mean that the buck is old). In addition, Fiduccia provides advice on selecting a taxidermist, booking an outfitter, leasing land, and much more.
Abundantly Wild. Wild edibles are everywhere - even in your own backyard. Accomplished outdoorswoman and chef, Teresa Marrone, shows you how to take advantage of the edible foods that surround you. With her expert advice, you can delight in finding new foods and saving money too.
Basic Essential Edible Wild Plants and Useful Herbs. More than one hundred Paleolithic plants described in this book are high in fiber, calcium, and protein and full of vitamins and minerals. They are low in fat, too. Many contain healthful omega-3 essential fatty acids, which help prevent inflammatory conditions that may lead to heart disease, arthritis, and cancer.
The authors have spent nearly 20 years compiling information for this book, sketching and photographing tracks as well as watching to see just who or what made them. Use this one for a stocking stuffer.
Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen by Christopher McDougall
With ample use of photographs and line drawings, Len McDougall-- an adroit tracker and an experienced teacher of tracking skills-- takes the reader step-by-step from basic identification skills to interpretation and understanding of each animal's behavior by means of its tracks and scats. This volume includes all information necessary for professional biologists, field researchers, and wildlife personell to readily identify their subject matter, but is also a handy, easily understandable reference for amaeur and hobbyist trackers and hunters.
Beautifully illustrated, full-color guide unties the mysteries of more than eighty knots. Using incredibly clear photographs and diagrams, as well as straightforward, easy-to-follow instructions, any reader can master knots for fishing, boating, climbing, crafts, household uses, and more.
Game Butchers DVD Valu-Pak. Game Butchers takes you through the step by step process from the kill and field dressing to processing the meat ready for the table.
Game Butchers, After the Hunt, Vol 1DVD. Shows you in great detail, how-to sharpen your knives, field dress your kill, eviscerate, and skin your prize deer. What every hunter has to know after that successful shot.
Game Butchers Vol 2, Deer Processing. White-tailed Deer Processing - takes you through all the steps to get the choice cuts and best yield from your deer.
Construction directions also cover digging tools, axes, knives, hide scrapers, spear points, shields, baskets and packs, chisels, harpoons, hooks and line, fish traps, fish nets, spear throwers, slings, blow guns, bolas, rabbit sticks, game clubs, trap and snare decoys, calls, spears, darts, bows, arrows, tomahawks, clubs, daggers, and lances.
Unlike other mushroom field guides this book is unique in that it focuses only on those types that are both safe to eat and delicious. Most important, it presents the eight rules of mushroom gathering in a straightforward fashion.