Chasing Spring Presents: Ray Eye's Turkey Hunter's Bible: The Tips, Tactics, and Secrets of a Professional Turkey Hunter [NOOK Book]

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Legendary turkey hunter Ray Eye provides all of the information you need to know to successfully hunt wild turkeys across the country: how to scout, how and when to call, special tactics for the early season, how to hunt pressured turkeys, how to hunt heavy timber or open fields, and much, much more. Told in Ray?s down-home, folksy manner, the book not only informs, but entertains as well. There?s also a bonus storytelling section that will have you laughing in stitches as you read of some of Ray?s more ponderous...
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Chasing Spring Presents: Ray Eye's Turkey Hunter's Bible: The Tips, Tactics, and Secrets of a Professional Turkey Hunter

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Overview

Legendary turkey hunter Ray Eye provides all of the information you need to know to successfully hunt wild turkeys across the country: how to scout, how and when to call, special tactics for the early season, how to hunt pressured turkeys, how to hunt heavy timber or open fields, and much, much more. Told in Ray’s down-home, folksy manner, the book not only informs, but entertains as well. There’s also a bonus storytelling section that will have you laughing in stitches as you read of some of Ray’s more ponderous exploits.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781629140407
  • Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/1/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 863,831
  • File size: 22 MB
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Meet the Author

Ray Eye is without a doubt the most famous turkey hunter in the world. With more than forty-five years of turkey hunting experience, he has a huge following. His hunting adventures have appeared in countless newspapers, national magazines, books, videos, DVDs, and outdoor television shows. With his own website, turkey hunting blog (on Outdoorlife.com), television and radio shows, and Chasing Spring DVDs, Eye’s name is synonymous with turkey hunting.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 3, 2014

    To hunter

    Hi can u make one thats tips on how to get a boy to notice you, ask you out and hug kiss and hold hands with u plz? Im 14 and a girl of course

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2014

    To hunter

    What about how to get a boy to like u. And how to get them to hug and hold hands with you. In front of their friends

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2014

    Hunters tips part one. How to get away with something with only a small punishment. Parents.

    Step one: When your parents are trying to figure out a punishment be kind and good but make it unotucable otherwise they will take advantage of it. Step two: When your parnts punish you with something you think is a tiny punishment make it seem like a big and terrible deal. The point of punishment are to make you regret your choices. If they think you will are regreting it they will most likely not add anymore punishments on for the fear they think they are being to harsh. Step three: be kind too them the first an second day. Most inportant step: DON'T GET IN TROUBLE!

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