Follow-up to Beginner's Guide to Traditional Archery (0-8117-3133-2) Traditional gear for whitetails Scouting and mapping techniques along with info on stalking and still-hunting deer and using treestands and ground blinds Traditional bowhunters must be close to their quarry before they take a shot, and that nearness is what makes the hunt so thrilling and personally rewarding. That excitement and respect for natural resources and the hunting tradition infuses this unique guide. A chapter on the whitetail deer population and increases in urban and suburban areas deals with this recent phenomenon and tells how traditional bowhunters can help solve the problem. The book includes recipes for venison and a list of traditional archery suppliers.Cover scents, also called masking scents, mask human scent as opposed to eliminating it. Fresh earth scent is good in any area. boost my confidence in the woods, and thata#39;s probably the most important benefit of any of those ... In fact, Ia#39;d say that both odors probably make deer a little more wary instead of more at ease : A fox is a predator, and a skunk only sprays when ita#39;s alarmed or threatened.
|Title||:||Traditional Bowhunting for Whitetails|
|Author||:||Brian J. Sorrells|
|Publisher||:||Stackpole Books - 2006|