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As I've been interviewing hunters from across the nation, I continue to hear the same story. You wont believe how small the property is where Im taking trophy bucks. With the price of deer leasing continuing to escalate and fewer large tracts of land available, hunters are leasing small tracts of land or gaining permission to hunt these small properties.
In this book, you'll read about 14-different hunters who either have gained permission or leased properties as small as 6 acres to as much as 250 acres, and they consistently taken older-age-class bucks off these little lands.
When John and Jim Scott got pictures of a monstrous 10-point buck made from a surveillance camera at a suburban apartment complex, they immediately secured permission to hunt those 60 acres. John took a buck that scored in the 170s, and his twin brother, Jim, took a buck that scored over 160. Today they consistently take older-age-class bucks every year off this property and other small lands they hunt all over the nation. When we learned that big bucks live on small properties, Jim and I both changed the way we hunt, John Scott explains. Now, we focus all our time and energy hunting on and finding small properties.
Small tracts of land:
are easy to set-up trail cameras on, identify the bucks on these properties and make a hit list of bucks you want to take;
have little or no hunting pressure, and many hunters drive past them;
may home small patches of woods that are sanctuaries where big bucks concentrate during daylight hours;
may have the property around them intensively hunted, pushing big deer onto the small property; and
may be present but not visible on maps of public-hunting lands.
This book will teach you:
how to find and identify a small property that may hold trophy bucks;
how to get the landowners name of the small property;
how to use the boundary lines of adjacent properties to learn where big bucks are;
what to look for on small properties that cause that land to produce older-age-class bucks every year; and
how to find and take trophy bucks on small woodlots.
Thanks to some new types of maps available, often you can find the properties you want to hunt and then lease or obtain permission to hunt them without leaving home. If you're tired of paying high prices to join leases where you see few if any older-age-class bucks, if you want to have small family hunting spots for you and your family members, and if you want to become a trophy deer hunter who consistently bags big bucks every season, How to Hunt and Take Big Buck Deer on Small Properties is a must read.
Crappie: How to Catch Them Fall & Winter
Yes, you can catch and eat crappie during the fall and winter months. Often at many places, youll catch more and bigger crappie in the fall and winter than you do in the spring and summer. To learn where to find and how to catch cooler weather speckled sides, weve interviewed a wide variety of some of the nations best tournament crappie fishermen and guides. Many of the individuals youll read about in this book are tournament crappie pros, who travel the country to fish in crappie tournaments from New York to Florida and from Virginia to California. They use the latest crappie-finding equipment, the best poles, rods, reels, line and the most-productive baits. Each of the people youll read about in this book has the ability to be dropped-out of an airplane anywhere in the United States and catch crappie on any lake close to where they land that contains crappie. From over 50 years of crappie-fishing experience, Ive learned you get the best advice by interviewing a large number of people, who have different tactics and fish under various water, weather and fishing-pressure conditions.
In this book, you will learn:
how to spider-rig (slow-troll), which is one of the fastest-growing techniques for catching the most and biggest crappie in the shortest time.
how to catch crappie on crankbaits, and when and where using a crankbait is the most appropriate.
how to find areas of any lake that will hold large schools of crappie during the winter months places you can return to time and time again and expect crappie to be there.
why competing in crappie tournaments is one of the quickest ways to learn how to catch more and bigger crappie faster.
why and how to look for and catch the biggest crappie in a lake.
A bonus chapter in the back of the book with 64 videos has more tips about and with the people you read about in the book.
If youre tired of having the same stew, chili, steaks, hamburgers and pork chops most people eat during the fall and winter, if your taste buds are craving some of those sweet, white, light-textured crappie fillets, if you want to take a break from hunting and TV watching, and if you want to catch a mess of crappie this fall and winter, then this book is for you, whether youre a beginner or a seasoned crappie angler.
How To Fish For Trout - Stocked Trout (Stocked Trout Are For Stocking The Freezer)
Don't mistake stocked trout for real fish! Of course I say that with a smile on my face, but think about it. Stocked trout are raised in hatcheries, confined in holding pens and fed by their keepers. They are more like cattle then fish.
They are good eats, mild tasting and low calorie, sustainable farm raised fish, healthy and monitored, free from contaminants that plague some fisheries. Safe to eat as often as you like. Grocery store prices range from 5.99 to 9.99 a pound for farm raised trout. You can save hundreds of dollars by learning to catch stocked trout.
Trout fishing season is a put and take fishery, the state puts them in and the fishermen take them out. They are stocked to provide sport for fisherman nationwide. With generous limits on how many you can take a day, you can stock your freezer quickly depending on how often you go fishing.
There are several things any fishermen or woman can learn about catching stocked trout. Read and apply the things I share in this book and you can take full advantage of trout fishing season and have plenty of fun and enjoyment while doing it.
The Fly Caster Who Tried to Make Peace With the World
For Ian Mac Bride, his way begins almost accidentally when, in 1909, he watches a fly-casting tournament in New York's Central Park, and begins to dream of becoming a great fly caster.
But soon Ian experiences personal tragedy, and then is appalled by the unexpected slaughter of World War I.
He retreats into the world of fly fishing and fly casting, and meets unforgettable anglers like: Doc, a Civil War veteran, who tells how, after he enlisted in return for drinking money, he was unexpectedly changed by the horror of war; Izzy, a mysterious immigrant, who, in his way, teaches Ian perhaps the most important lesson of long-distance fly casting; and George M. L. La Branche who, though torn by self-doubt, writes the book that revolutionizes fly fishing.
The Best Wild Game & Seafood Cookbook Ever: 350 Southern Recipes for Deer, Turkey, Fish, Seafood, Small Game and Birds
This cookbook contains some of the most-delicious recipes we've tried and tested from the best wild-game and fish chefs all over the nation to answer the question, "What will I do with this meat?" It contains delicious recipes for venison, elk, wild pigs, turkeys, birds, rabbits, squirrels, crabs, shrimp and more than 20 species of freshwater and saltwater fish, as well as helpful information about how to prepare your game or fish for eating.
Because wild game and fish eat only natural and native forage, their meats are some of the most cholesterol-free meats you can serve. Fish and wild game have not been injected with any hormones or antibiotics. To feed your family lean meat and fish, this outdoor cookbook will tell you some of the tastiest ways to prepare these dishes from the wild. Free-range meat is in high demand and sells for high prices at grocery stores. However, there's a tremendous bounty of free-range meat for those who go afield to hunt and fish. This cookbook contains more than 350 of the best wild game recipes we've used over the last 46 years for you to enjoy.
Now includes a fully clickable table of contents for easy recipe navigation!
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