Growing & Hunting Quality Bucks: A Hands-On Approach to by Tom Indrebo, Patrick Durkin

By Tom Indrebo, Patrick Durkin

A functional advisor to elevating and searching fit whitetails.

Growing & searching caliber Bucks presents an in depth plan that would support deer managers produce mature dollars and continue them on their land. during this hands-on consultant, which are used all through North the US, deer managers research what to plant and whilst to plant it, the way to use surveillance cameras neatly and successfully, the way to positioned your plan into motion on a month-by-month foundation, the place to strategically position stands in your land, the severe significance of the way to plot and construct effective waterholes, and masses extra. the writer stocks his personal studies as a popular whitetail authority and the landlord and operator of Bluff kingdom clothing stores, with month-by-month plans for cautious land administration. greater than a hundred seventy five photographs integrated during this booklet convey dollars all year long and illustrate land management practices. After interpreting Growing & searching caliber Bucks, you’ll have the entire instruments you must domesticate world-class whitetails.

This is a Bowhunting upkeep Alliance (BPA) booklet, a non-profit beginning created through the Archery alternate organization. Proceeds from each sale of this booklet might be used to construct archery levels, offer archery and bowhunting education schemes, and aid city bowhunting participation around the usa. for additional info, stopover at www.bowhuntingpreservation.org.

14 colour pictures; 164 b/w images; three illustrations

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We recognized the Wishbone Buck right away. I had seen him for a couple of years and had videotaped him quite a bit for our Monarch Valley tape. But I first encountered him when he was a 2½-year-old and running scrapes. In one memorable scene in the video, I filmed him as he walked all the way around me, trying to figure out what I was. Doug shot him with his bow the following year in the situation we just described. The buck was an impressive 8-pointer that scored in the 140s when it was 3½ years old.

Without our hunting clients, the only hunters on those properties would be the landowners and their groups. But in some cases, if we weren’t hunting these lands, no one would be hunting them. As a result, we give more people the opportunity to hunt such properties, not fewer people, as some critics contend. In fact, a new group of guys is hunting certain properties every five days. And with about 20 farms in our program, we’re not over-hunting any of them. If we have a dozen guys in camp with us, each one of them could hunt a different farm every day if he wanted.

Doug Hick didn’t blow his opportunity when he moved into place in 1991 to get the Wishbone Buck, but he had his doubts at first. After he got into his stand, he pulled up his bow with his rope. As he lifted it, he accidentally banged the bow onto his tree steps. That buck came right in! Doug’s stand was close to where the buck was bedded, and the buck probably mistook the banging sound for deer messing around in his area. Doug had the right wind and the right situation, and he made the shot when the buck appeared.

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