Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Hunting… will help you learn the basics of hunting, and let you bag the animals that you thought were impossible.
How many times have you promised yourself that you’d learn more about your favorite pastime – hunting? How many times have you looked out your window and wondered if this year was the year that you would finally be able to bring home something to show your friends or your family? Have you and your family ever wanted to sample some of the animals that are provided in nature?
Maybe you just haven’t had the right tools, so you’ve had some troubles figuring out what to do. Have you ever felt like you could be doing more or that what you’ve learned just wasn’t enough? Are you ready to take your hunting wishs and goals from dream into reality?
Well, the good news is that no matter how far off you think your aim is, Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Hunting is going to change those hunting daydreams and turn them into reality. Not only will you learn about the basics of hunting, but you’ll also learn specific tips about hunting popular animals as well as how to use the equipment that really works.
If you’re ready to head out into the wilderness this weekend, Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Hunting is the guide-book that you’ve been searching for. No matter what you want to learn, I am going to give you the ‘tools’ to get started and the answers that you haven’t found.
At first, we’re going to go over the basics of hunting:
- Animals we love to hunt
- Being prepared for your hunt
- Finding the best action
- Getting great results
And while this information might seem a little basic, it’s exactly what you need to be ready for the ‘fun’ parts of hunting.
But that’s only the beginning.
Since hunting generally begins with looking for certain animals to bag, we’re going to go through each of the most popular hunting targets. Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Hunting outlines the basics of hunting elks, to begin.
Even if this is your first hunting trip, you’re going to be prepared to be the one that brings home a prize-winner. With Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Hunting, you’re going to be getting the information you need to take the best shot.
But where do I begin?
Elk is one of my favorite animals to hunt, as it is for many other people. So, let’s talk about hunting elk first before moving onto other animals.
In this book, you’ll learn about:
- Common elk species
- Appropriate elk hunting weapons
- Gear for elk hunting
- Planning your elk hunt
- Tracking and stalking – Bugling, transition, and migrating seasons
- What happens after you’ve got your elk? Field dressing, quartering, misc.
With these starting points, you’ll be able to find, track, and catch an elk in the wild.
But elk is only the beginning of your hunting possibilities, so in Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Hunting we’re going to talk about deer next.
We’ll cover these points:
- Popular species of deer – mule and white-tail
- Appropriate deer hunting weapons
- Gear for your deer hunt
- Plan your hunting trek in advance
- Deer tracking and stalking
- Field care and dressing – gutting, quarter or bone, misc.
While the bigger catches are fun for some hunters, you might want to start with a little smaller target as a beginner, like birds. And Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Hunting will help you learn just how to bring home something you can proud of.
There’s still more!
Bird hunting is a completely different form of hunting that takes precision and patience. So, I’ve covered all the points I could think of that would get you ready for your next trip.
- Commonly hunted bird species – duck, pheasant, goose, turkey, and more
- Appropriate weapons for bird hunting
- Essential gear
- Planning for a successful bird hunt
- Field care for mounting
But if you’re not ready for these small targets, you might want to head to something bigger I like bears.
While many people would simply run away from the challenge of hunting a bear, you simply can not find a better way to get your adrenaline pumping.
- Popular bear species – black bear, grizzlies, brown bears
- The right weapons
- Gear you need
- Tracking and stalking – spot and stalk, still hunting, bear calls, tree stands
- Popular bear hunting areas
- Field care and dressing – preserving the hide, harvesting the meat
But wait…what about the tools that I’ll need?
No worries there either. In Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Hunting, we’re going to talk about the kinds of tools that you’ll need for basic hunting tasks, like bows and hunting dogs.
The truth is that many hunting books are written for those that already have the basics down pat – but for those that aren’t quite as well seasoned, you need more details.
And that’s okay!
This book is filled with ideas and tips that are easy to follow, easy to understand, and most importantly EFFECTIVE .
We’re also going to cover:
- Bow hunting
- Bow hunting equipment
- Hunting dogs
And then I’ve even gone into some special topics that I’ve heard other hunters talk about:
- Finding, choosing and leasing hunting land
- What should go on a hunter’s packing list
- Game recipes that you can make at home
But since I just couldn’t fit that information into my 60 page eBook, Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Hunting, I’m going to let you in on a special offer.
If you order a copy of Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Hunting, I’m going to include my special report called, Essential Tips and Resources To Plan The Perfect Hunting Trip On Any Budget..
This 12 page report includes information on:
- Choosing game to hunt
- Choosing the right weapons
- Essential hunting supplies
- Preparing for any hunt
- Hunting well
- Harvesting your hunt
- Rewards of the hunt
I had so many ideas about how to improve your hunting; I just couldn’t fit them in Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Hunting.
But what are you really getting?
When you order Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Hunting, you’re getting a resource that will help you move from one species to the next as you improve your hunting skills.
Hunting is a relaxing hobby that can produce real, delicious results when you’re successful. And even if you simply hunt for relaxation or sport, you can still learn more about your hobby to make the most of your time in the wilderness.
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Table Of Content
Animals we love to hunt
Being prepared for your hunt
Finding the best action
Getting great results
I/ Elk hunting
Common elk species
Appropriate elk hunting Weapons
Gear for elk hunting
Planning your elk hunt
Tracking & Stalking
What happens after you’ve got your elk?
Field dressing your elk
Quartering your quarry
II/ Deer hunting
Popular species of deer
appropriate deer hunting Weapons
Gear for your deer hunt
plan your hunting trek in advance
Deer tracking & Stalking tips
Field care and dressing
Gutting your deer
Do you quarter or bone your catch?
Other Points to Consider
III/ Bird hunting
Commonly hunted bird species
Other popular birds
Appropriate Weapons for bird hunting
Essential gear for bird hunters
Planning a successful bird hunt
Field care and dressing
Field care for mounting
IV/ Bear hunting
Popular bear species
The ‘little’ black bear
Grizzlies and Brown Bears
The right Weapons for bear hunting
Gear for your bear hunt
Tracking & Stalking
Tree Stand Hunting
Popular bear hunting areas
Bag a black bear
Get Yourself a Grizzly
Hunting down a brown
Field care and dressing
To preserve the hide
To harvest the meat
V/ Bow hunting
How to choose a bow
Bow care and maintenance
What to hunt with a bow
Essential bow hunting equipment
Other bow hunting accessories
VI/ Hunting Dogs
Do you need a hunting dog?
Common hunting dog breeds
Choosing a hunting dog breeder
Training for hunting dogs
VII/ Hunting land
Finding hunting land for sale
Choosing hunting land that suits you
Hunt land maintenance
General land maintenance
Encouraging quarry to roam your land
How hunt leasing works
Where are hunt leases available
VIII/ Hunt packing lists
Make a hunt plan
Survival pack essentials
First aid Essentials
IX/ Great Game Recipe
Fruity Elk Stir Fry
Red wine and rosemary roast venison
Pan-fried Pheasant Breasts with Redcurrant Jelly
Pan-roasted Goose Breast with Leek and Cranberry Sauce
Simple Duck Breasts
for Small Birds
Little Citrus Roasts
Here is an excerpt of the book
Many seasoned hunters will tell you: elk is the toughest game there is. It’s tough because elk roam such a wide variety of terrain, with an estimated home range of some 600-square miles. The hardest part about the vast home range of an elk herd is that a large portion of it is usually difficult to traverse in a vehicle. And as many seasoned elk hunters will tell you: if you can’t physically endure the journey to elk country, you’re finished before you start.
The animal itself is a challenge, with a well-developed sense of smell, an astonishing ability to hear the tiniest noises and excellent eyesight. Also, elk are tough to hunt because they’re a bit schizophrenic. I say this because elk present themselves as animals with three seasons: bugling, transition and migration. And depending on where you live and where you intend to hunt, you might encounter elk in one, two or all three modes – albeit not at the same time.
Common Elk Species
Elk, also known as wapiti, is one of the largest game animals found in North America. It’s worth mentioning that though Elk are often referred to as ‘red deer’ DNA research has proven that the red deer species is distinct from the Elk. Cervus, the genus of Elk, first appears in the fossil record a staggering 12 million years ago, and arguably the best-known subspecies of the breed is the Rocky Mountain elk, or Cervus Canadensis Nelsoni. The three lesser-known elk species are the Roosevelt, Tule and Manitoban.
Firstly, the Roosevelt Elk, or Cervus Canadensis Roosevelti, which lives predominantly in the rain forests of British Columbia and…
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