This book is written specifially for the northern deer hunter. It chronicles the history of many remote hunting camps, plus a good variety of deep woods hunting stories. Well known commercial camps are covered, also with a generous number of vintage photographs. A full chapter is devoted to the history of trail cameras up to the present day cameras. Hound hunting for Bobcats, Black bears, racoon and coyote are also covered. Trapline adventures including NY State highly successful otter relocation program round out the text. 220 pages and well illustrated.
|Publisher:||Elinskas, Robert J.|
|Product dimensions:||6.30(w) x 9.40(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
He returned to NY State in May 1970 and a year later married his “much better half”, Amy. Since then, four children and five grandchildren have blessed their 43 years together. A family camp purchased in 1957 near Saranac Lake gave him a great love and respect for the Adirondacks. His first two books “A Deer Hunter's History Book” and “Adirondack Camps and Hunts” reflect that love. The third book, 'A Taste of Wild Alaska” biographies his eight and half years in Alaska. “Hunting Central New York Whitetails”, his fourth, is a very entertaining history of when deer began repopulating Central N.Y. and how they were hunted. “Adirondack Hunters and Trappers”, his fifth book gives many histories on the old hunting camps. The latest book, “In the Woods with Adirondack Sportsmen”, chronicles the adventures of many well known Adirondack hunters and trappers.