The fourth in a series of books that each contain a different collection of true stories about the biggest bucks bagged by hunters in Michigan, including some of World Record Proportions. The first two chapters in this book are about the highest scoring typical buck known taken in North America and one of the highest scoring 8-pointers. Whopper whitetails bagged in each region of the state are covered. Every chapter has at least one important lesson and some of them are loaded with important information for hunters. Read new information about the Rompola Buck, including a photo of the huge typical when it was alive. Other chapters are about Michigan's heaviest buck, one of the state's most successful big buck bowhunters who consistently scores from the ground and much, much more.
About the Author
The author has made a career out of outdoor writing and photography, specializing in whitetail deer and black bear, but he's knowledgeable about all types of wildlife. He started covering the outdoor beat in high school and transitioned to a fulltime writer/photographer before he completed college. He's now written 24 books and produced two DVDs. He contributes regularly to a number of Michigan periodicals and freelances for a number of national publications.