Hunting Rutting Bucks: Secrets for Tagging the Biggest Buck of Your Life! [NOOK Book]

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Hunting Rutting Bucks is a tremendous resource for hunters hoping to take the biggest buck of their lives. Rather than focus on the much-publicized but short primary rut period, the author divides the mating season into three distinct phases and offers tried-and-true advice specific to each period. Each year the rut is responsible for helping hunters take some of the most mature, large-antlered, wary bucks in the wild. Season after season, these reclusive, almost totally nocturnal trophy-class bucks are ...
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Hunting Rutting Bucks: Secrets for Tagging the Biggest Buck of Your Life!

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Overview

Hunting Rutting Bucks is a tremendous resource for hunters hoping to take the biggest buck of their lives. Rather than focus on the much-publicized but short primary rut period, the author divides the mating season into three distinct phases and offers tried-and-true advice specific to each period. Each year the rut is responsible for helping hunters take some of the most mature, large-antlered, wary bucks in the wild. Season after season, these reclusive, almost totally nocturnal trophy-class bucks are vulnerable to hunters who know and understand how to effectively hunt by observing the nuances of all phases of the white-tailed deer's breeding season: the rut.

In this book, John Trout, Jr., shares his best-kept secrets on how to consistently tag out on rut-crazed bucks. He shares countless strategies and tips that cover a wide variety of topics, including:

  • A detailed analysis of the pre rut, primary rut, and post rut
  • How to read rubs and scrapes, and figure out which ones are active and which ones aren’t
  • How to lure bucks into gun or bow range with scents, calls, and rattling antlers
  • How to hunt cold fronts and moon phases
  • How to set up and hunt tree stands to maximum advantage
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A "former schizophrenic" now working as a clinical psychologist describes her experiences and treatment. A danger inherent in any memoir about overcoming schizophrenia lies in the delicate balance of providing insight into the illness without misleading readers into thinking that this narrative represents a universal experience of the illness. Pains are usually taken to be clear that one person's subjective experience might not match up with another person's, but many people turn to this sort of book to find commonalities, to gain strength from knowing someone else has had the same experience. Lauveng addresses this duality at length in her memoir of living with schizophrenia, drawing on her own terrifying experiences to address the carefully constructed definitions and understandings of the disorder. She challenges some entrenched ideas about schizophrenia, especially the idea that she had to live with her condition for her entire life, and she deconstructs and examines in different combinations the ideas of how it affects different individuals. Her own hallucinations involved wolves, a "Captain" that gave her instructions and two large rats. Medical professionals were sometimes helpful, but more often not. "I don't believe that my story is anything more than my own story," she writes. "But it is a different story than what people first diagnosed with schizophrenia may be told; therefore, I find it important to share." Emphasizing a personal approach to clients is not unique to Lauveng, but this chronicle of her specific experiences carries extra weight.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781620879108
  • Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/21/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 1,427,314
  • File size: 22 MB
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Meet the Author

Arnhild Lauveng studied at the University of Oslo, and now works as a clinical psychologist. She is a successful Norwegian author and a popular speaker. She was awarded the Mental Health Prize in 2004 for her openness in discussing her battle with mental illness.

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