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Hunting Mastery Selected Tips

Deer hunting is an interesting thing that reminds you of those golden old ages of 19th centuries, where a handsome hunk well equipped with all hunting material rides on horse searching for his target animal either for the purpose of displaying his masculine powers or for enticing and wooing his lady love.

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Deer Hunting Secrets Exposed

This eBook guide from pro deer hunter Charlie Hicks gives you all of the tips and tricks that you need in order to bag the biggest buck of any season you've ever had. You no longer have to daydream about getting that amazing buck at last, showing him off to all your friends, and mounting the head on your wall to add to the hunting-lodge decor of your home. You are now able to get all of the pro tips from Charlie that you need in order to have a great hunting season and find bucks no matter what season it is or where you are. What scents you should use, where bucks can be found, what scouting methods you should use to find them All of this and more is covered in Deer Hunting Secrets: Exposed from Charlie Hicks. Start you dream hunt with this eBook!

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Contents: Ebook
Author: Charlie Hicks
Price: $17.00

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My First Deer Hunting Adventure

This eBook guide teaches you everything that you need to know about hunting deer in any environment, no matter what your skill level. You will learn valuable information, such as the fact that bucks rarely run with the pack and how herds of deer move and how to find the signs of a moving herd. You will learn how to find yourself in the woods if you get lost, and find out how to scout in such a way that does not ruin your chances of finding any deer or scaring them off. This guide is designed to get rid of the frustrations of not being able to find any deer, and address any problems you may have with the way that you hunt. Once you absorb the information found in this guide, you will be equipped to hunt in every environment, and bag that buck that will be the envy of everyone who sees the pictures!

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Contents: Ebook
Author: Johnathan Ragnar
Official Website: www.deerhuntingadventure.com

Pimp Your Ford

Back in the 1960s, Galpin Ford sold just two 4x4 trucks a year, one at the beginning of hunting season and the other during year-end clearance, according to Bert Boeck-mann, owner of the Southern California dealership. Looking to move the needle somehow, Boeckmann agreed when an employee asked if he could fix up some of the trucks like the kids are doing. The dealership started adding wild paint jobs, lift kits, big tires, light bars, and more and sales exploded to more than 25 trucks per month.

Head Games

My own experience has taught me that the reflexes I still have, even after several years out of the seat, are intact. A recent event proved that point to me. Early in December 2010, I was rolling along Highway 163 in Southeast Iowa, ironically, less than a mile from the exit for Eddyville Raceway Park - one of the few racetracks that I know of that has its own exit from a four-lane highway. Let me interject an interesting fact here - it's deer hunting season in Iowa, and many other states for that matter. Iowa, along with Michigan, are two of the states harvesting the greatest numbers of deer during hunting season - over 100,000 bagged in each state. A friend of mine who does insurance claims adjusting said there were over 12,000 vehicle-deer accidents in Iowa last year. Insurance companies have been considering not covering car-deer accidents due to the sheer volume and damage they cause. I think you see where I'm headed. Anyway, I've digressed.

Texassize Appetite

My dad has a 1976 Chevy truck that he keeps on our ranch. It's a 5.7-liter V-8 2-do or and is really beat up. It sits most of the time and is really driven only on weekends during the winter hunting season. The gas tank is always kept full and it has been well maintained and runs great. It is never driven over 40 mph (nearly all driving is done on dirt ranch roads). This past weekend we drove it no more than 15 or 20 miles over a span of three days and it used six gallons of gas. The gas tank has been checked for leaks multiple times and found nothing. So, how or why might it be so inefficient