52 Deer Hunting Tips [NOOK Book]


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52 Deer Hunting Tips is 52 chapters with hundreds of deer hunting tips to help you become a better whitetail deer hunter. This book is set up in easy to follow chapters that anybody can use to land the trophy buck of their dreams.

Here is a preview of what's in the first 20 chapters:

Section I
Chapter 1: A Head Start To The Hunt
• Tip #1: Know When to Hunt
• Tip #2: Know What to Wear
• Tip #3: Know Where to Look for Deer
• Tip #4: Getting Started
• Tip #5: Common Mistakes and Misconceptions

Chapter 2: Legal Issues
• Tip #1: Licensing
• Tip #2: Regulations
• Tip #3: Tagging
• Tip #4: Reporting
• Tip #5: The Laws in Your State

Chapter 3: Hunting Safety
• Tip #1 Be Prepared Going In
• Tip #2 Don’t Become a Target
• Tip #3 Tips for a Safe Hunt
• Tip #4 Common Accidents and Prevention

Chapter 4: Defining Your Dream Trophy Buck
• Tip #1 Trophy Traits and Characteristics
• Tip #2 The Biological Difference
• Tip #3 Boone and Crockett Scoring
• Tip #4 Pope and Young Scoring
• Tip #5 Trophy Bucks and Wildlife Management

Section II
Chapter 5: How Deer Communicate
• Tip #1 Visual Communication
• Tip #2 Vocal Communications
• Tip #3 Communications via Smell
• Tip #4 Harvesting Glandular Scent

Chapter 6: Understanding Bedding And Sleeping Behaviors
• Tip #1 How Deer Sleep
• Tip #2 Preferred Bedding Areas
• Tip #3 Recognizing Trophy Buck Beds
• Tip #4 Hunting Strategies for Bedding Areas

Chapter 7: Understanding The Rut
• Tip #1 Hunting the Pre-Rut
• Tip #2 Hunting During the Rut
• Tip #3 The “Second” Rut
• Tip #4 Timing the Rut

Chapter 8: Understanding The Effects Of Wind
• Tip #1 Understanding Thermal Air Currents
• Tip #2 How Deer Respond to Wind
• Tip #3 Prevailing Winds and your Tree Stand
• Tip #4 Taking Advantage of Storms

Chapter 9: The Effects Of Weather
• Tip #1 The Moon
• Tip #2 Heat
• Tip #3 Rain
• Tip #4 Snow
• Tip #5 General Strategies For Inclement Weather

Section III
Chapter 10: Scouting Basics
• Tip #1 Preseason Scouting
• Tip #2 Scouting Made Easy
• Tip #3 Look for Key Things
• Tip #4 Recognizing a Scrape
• Tip #5 Recognizing a Rub

Chapter 11: More Scouting Tips
• Tip #1 Recognizing Bedding Areas
• Tip #2 Using Rain or Snow to Track Deer
• Tip #3 Keeping Records

Chapter 12: Advanced Scouting Techniques
• Tip #1 Using Topographical Maps
• Tip #2 Learning from Tracks
• Tip #3 The Poop on Scat

Chapter 13: Finding Early Season Bucks
• Tip #1 How The Change Of Season Affects Deer Behavior
• Tip #2 Hot Spots: Where to Look
• Tip #3 Do your Homework
• Tip #4 Soft Mast
• Tip #5 Spider Webs

Section IV
Chapter 14: Choosing The Right Weapons
• Tip #1 Modern Firearms
• Tip #2 Muzzleloaders
• Tip#3 Archery & Bow Hunting
• Tip #4 What you Should Know

Chapter 15: Gun Safety
• Tip #1 The Basics
• Tip #2 Safe Storage and Transport
• Tip #3 Safe Shooting
• Tip #4 Tree Stand Safety

Chapter 16: Help With Modern Firearms
• Tip #1 Determining Which Type Of Gun Is Right For You
• Tip #2 Shooting Advice From Experienced Hunters
• Tip #3 Gun Maintenance Tips
• Tip #4 What to Look for in a Used Gun

Chapter 17: Hunting With A Muzzleloader
• Tip #1 Types of Muzzleloaders
• Tip #2 The Advantages of Muzzleloaders over Firearms
• Tip #3 Disadvantages of Muzzleloaders
• Tip #4 Tips and Tricks for Muzzleloaders

Chapter 18: The Basics Of Bowhunting
• Tip #1 Getting Started
• Tip #2 Helpful Accessories
• Tip #3 Bowhunting Tips
• Tip #4 Basic Maintenance Tips

Chapter 19: Advanced Archery Tips
• Tip #1 Fletching
• Tip #2 Effects of Kinetic Energy and Draw Weight
• Tip #3 How Much Bow Is Too Much?
• Tip #4 Sighting In
• Tip #5 Speeding Up your Shot

Section V
Chapter 20: Glassing And Optics
• Tip #1 Types of Optics
• Tip #2 Understanding Optics
• Tip #3 Tips and Tricks for Glassing
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780983067719
  • Publisher: Hoover Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 12/5/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Donnie Hoover has been around deer hunting and deer hunters for many years and he has taken everything he's learned and put it in 52 Deer Hunting Tips for you.
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