This turkey hunting audiobook, read by John Davenport, has entertaining chapters like: "How to Miss a Turkey", "Hunting with a Guide", and "The Turkey and the New York Lady". You'll learn about all the subspecies of turkey across North America, how to use a turkey call, how to scout before turkey season, how to find a turkey to hunt, and what hunting gear you'll need to put the odds in your favor to take a wily gobbler.
If you could sit down and interview some of the best pro bass fishermen in the world, what would you want them to tell you to help you improve your bass fishing skills? In this book, How to Bass Fish Like a Pro, Kevin VanDam will explain how he catches bass consistently and how he fishes all 12 months of the year. Denny Brauer will tell you the ways he hates to fish, how he picks the best fishing lures for different water and weather conditions, and will give you his best fishing tips for hot weather. And much more!
You easily can take a turkey if you don't make any mistakes, but you have to know what the deadly sins of turkey hunting are to keep you from making those mistakes. If you understand how to hunt a turkey, you're far more likely to take a gobbler than if you just know how to call a turkey. Of course, calling is important, and if you want to learn to call a turkey, Preston Pittman will teach you how to call turkeys with box calls, friction calls, diaphragm calls, and other turkey sounds.
To be more successful as a deer hunter, learn all you can about the animal, the wind, the temperature and the techniques required to get in close. In this book, you'll hear about some of the best hunters in the nation who know how to hunt deer close, including one of the greatest archers who ever lived, Howard Hill. John E. Phillips shares his own deer stories and hunting tips from 50 years of experience.
In this book, you'll hear about 14 different hunters who either have gained permission or leased properties as small as six acres to as much as 250 acres, and they consistently take older-age-class bucks off these little lands. Thanks to some new types of maps available, often you can find the properties you want to hunt and then lease or obtain permission to hunt them without leaving home. If you're tired of paying high prices to join leases where you see few if any older-age-class bucks, this book is for you!
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