Petersen's Hunting Guide to Whitetail Deer (Paperback)

A Comprehensive Guide to Hunting Our Country's Favorite Big-Game Animal

By Petersen's Hunting (Editor), Mike Schoby (Introduction by)

Skyhorse, 9781510713123, 156pp.

Publication Date: November 15, 2016

List Price: 17.99*
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Description

Petersen’s Hunting Guide to Whitetail Deer is packed with a wealth of valuable how-to information compiled by the foremost authorities in the sport. A vast range of topics are covered in these articles including:

• Pre-season planning
• Scouting techniques
Rut hunting strategies
Field judging bucks
Best calibers and ammo
Decoy use
Equipment reviews
• And much more

Enhance your experience with tips and tactics written by experts such as Mike Schoby, Craig Boddington, and Doug Howlett.

Petersen’s Hunting Guide to Whitetail Deer is an essential resource for all hunting enthusiasts.

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About the Author

Petersen's Hunting has been the most trusted brand solely devoted to the pursuit of big-game and adventure sport hunting since 1973. Petersen's Hunting magazine has the largest audience of any adventure-oriented brand with more than 4.7 million readers. Their offices are located in Peoria, Illinois.

Mike Schoby is the editor of Petersen’s Hunting magazine and host of the TV show Petersen’s Hunting Adventures. He lives in Stevensville, Montana.