Synopses & Reviews
From expert Jay McCullough comes the book that offers everything a trapper needs to know, with tips and tactics from over fifty years of experience in the field. Included in this collection are hundreds of how-to photographs and illustrated examples of success that will help you on your way to becoming a skilled trapper. Learn what it takes to hunt and trap:
And much more
It is one thing to want to trap; it's another thing to know how. With detailed instructions, the Trapper's Bible will take you from a novice to a pro in no time. But this book is not only for the beginning trapper; McCullough has put together new tips for even the most seasoned veteran. There's no one who picks up this book that will not learn from it!
This invaluable collection will fill the needs of every hunter looking for a book on how to trap and where to trap, and provides hints and points for sportsmen and women alike. Never again will you have to bring several books with you or "study" before going out into the woods. This bible will be all that you need to help you enjoy a successful hunt.
Whether you're a novice or a veteran, this massively thorough text is all you'll need for a successful trapping season.
The most comprehensive guide on trapping and hunting ever compiled!
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Hunting and Trapping!
A collection of tips, tactics, and anecdotes from the finest trappers the United States has ever seen, The Trappers Bible is an essential reference guide for hunters, trappers, and historians.
Taken directly from some of the upmost authorities on the trapping profession, hundreds of photos and illustrations adorn this fascinating compendium. Broken up into sections, this volume details a wide variety of different traps and contains an extensive section outlining the behavior and nature of a long list of animals commonly hunted and trapped. The Trappers Bible offers the best of the best — an informative look into life as a trapper.
From a complete listing of steel traps to constructing a variety of deadfalls, pens, traps, triggers, and snares, the collected sources take you through the ins and outs of trapping, including practical how-to instructions as well as personal stories and letters from real trappers.
About the Author
Jay McCullough is a writer and editor specializing in the subjects of history and military history. He is the editor of The Ultimate Guide to U.S. Army Survival Skills, Tactics, and Techniques; The Ultimate Guide to U.S. Army Combat Skills, Tactics, and Techniques; and The Ultimate Guide to U.S. Special Forces Skills, Tactics, and Techniques. He lives in North Haven, Connecticut.