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Predator Hunting: Proven Strategies That Work from East to West
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A unique book that reveals the inside tips for hunting and calling all of America's wildest predators. Millions of North American sportsmen across the country are taking up the challenge and excitement of hunting predators with a variety of hunting, stalking, decoying, and calling tactics. Anytime of the hunting season is a perfect time to try and pursue the most cunning of game: coyote, red fox, gray fox, bobcat, mountain lion, and black bear. Includes over 107 black-and-white and 12 color photographs.
A complete guide to hunting coyotes, foxes, cougars, and other predators, with proven tactics and strategies.
Drawing on his years of experience, well-known hunter, writer, and television personality Ron Spomer provides valuable information on how to call a variety of predators into range; how to choose rifles, scopes, bullets, shotguns, and shells; how to use decoys and predator calls effectively; how to set up in the field; how to use weather to your advantage; and much more.
About the Author
Ron Spomer has hunted in forty states and five countries, from the Arctic Circle to Africa. He travels at least four months a year, armed with rod, gun, and camera in search of adventures about which he later writes. He is the rifle columnist for Sporting Classics, a technical writer for Rifle Magazine, and a field editor for American Hunter and Sports Afield. He is the author/photographer of The Rut, Big Game Hunter's Guide to Montana, Big Game Hunter's Guide to Idaho, The Hunter's Book of the Whitetail, and coauthor of Advanced Whitetail Hunting. He is also the host of the television show Winchester World of Whitetail. Ron Spomer lives in Boise, Idaho.
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