America's premier big-game conservation and records-keeping organization, the Boone and Crockett Club, is pleased to announce a new book with fresh data and perspectives on an age-old topic: hunting white-tailed deer.
"Boone and Crockett Club's Complete Guide to Hunting Whitetails" offers informative chapters on proven strategies and learned insights from noted whitetail authorities. Also included are detailed charts on most common weather conditions, dates and times for taking trophy-class bucks, plus most effective firearm calibers and ammunition.
In the foreword, contributing author Craig Boddington writes, "God bless the whitetail deer. From remnant populations just a century ago, his tribe has prospered to become the most numerous big-game population on planet Earth, now numbering somewhere above 30 million. The recovery of the whitetail deer is one of North America's finest conservation legends. But that's only part of the story. The rest is that the whitetail deer has created, fostered - and now supports - the greatest hunting culture in the world."
Between the U.S., Canada and Mexico, some 20 million hunters roam North America - millions more than any other continent - and their most common quarry is whitetail deer.
The book, a paperback with 272 pages and hundreds of photos, illustrations, charts and graphs, is $19.95 (plus shipping and handling) and can be purchased directly from Boone and Crockett by clicking here, visiting www.boone-crockett.org or calling 888-840-4868.
Boone and Crockett Club members ($35 annual dues includes subscription to "Fair Chase" magazine) receive a discount on books purchased directly from the Club.
"Boone and Crockett Club's Complete Guide to Hunting Whitetails" also is available as an eBook from leading booksellers.