Bowhunting Whitetails the Eberhart Way

Bowhunting Whitetails the Eberhart Way

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by Chris Eberhart, John Eberhart
     
 

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• Hunting pressured areas like Michigan, Pennsylvania, New England, New York, Ohio, and Wisconsin • Hunting in suburbs and exurbs, once-rural areas now more populated • How quality deer management affects surrounding properties • A season-by-season approach, beginning with preseason scouting and location prep and ending with late winter hunts &bull…  See more details below

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• Hunting pressured areas like Michigan, Pennsylvania, New England, New York, Ohio, and Wisconsin • Hunting in suburbs and exurbs, once-rural areas now more populated • How quality deer management affects surrounding properties • A season-by-season approach, beginning with preseason scouting and location prep and ending with late winter hunts • The latest advances in hunting technology, from scent-control products to tree saddles • Finding aerial photos and maps on the Internet to aid scouting

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780811707626
Publisher:
Stackpole Books
Publication date:
08/04/2011
Pages:
272
Sales rank:
501,193
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

Chris Eberhart is a lifelong bowhunter and author of numerous hunting articles. Visit www.eberhartsbowhunting.com. John Eberhart is an experienced whitetail deer hunter from the heavily hunted state of Michigan, where he has twenty-one state record bucks. His articles have appeared in Deer & Deer Hunting, Woods-n-Water, and Michigan Out-of-Doors. Visit www.eberhartsbowhunting.com.

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Bowhunting Whitetails the Eberhart Way 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Due to this book, my freezer is full. My husband and I bagged 4 deer last year. The Eberharts give practical, usable advice for public land hunting of pressured whitetails. You won't find this stuff written by pro-staff shooters traveling from high fence farm to farm. This is the real life of ordinary hunters who only have public land, & deer wise to hunters. The only part I don't follow is because their harnesses aren't made anymore (the maker died in a car crash & his widow is trying to restart the company). I use a climbing stand, but follow all the same routines for scouting, scent control, etc. Can't recommend enough!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you follow their advice, it will definitely make you a more successful bowhunter.