Morris takes an in-depth look into the critical where-to and when-to strategies, covering exactly where in North America the great trophies are found and how to pick the best time to hunt. He divides the fall into definable periods and discusses the pros and cons of each period in every possible situation. He shows how to develop a strategy that assures success before your hunt ever starts-moon phases, weather, cover, hunting pressure, food sources, the rut, the time of year, to name but a few. He gives strategies for better shooting, combating hunting pressure, hunting the biggest of the big, selecting high-odds stands, and more. Morris even unveils a revolutionary management strategy that will empower the private land manager to grow more and bigger deer than ever thought possible-even on tracts once thought too small to manage!
Author: David Morris
Hardcover: 352 pages
Publisher: Safari Press; 1st ed edition (January 25, 1999)