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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Predator Hunting: A Complete Guide to Hunting Coyotes, Foxes, Bobcats, Bears, and More

According to the description of Predator Hunting: A Complete Guide to Hunting Coyotes, Foxes, Bobcats, Bears, and More, “Bill Bynum, one of America's foremost experts, has been hunting everything from raccoons to bears for more than thirty years. Now he's put that wisdom in one book.”

In PREDATOR HUNTING, Bynum details not only the standard methods of luring predators with game calls, but many other advanced techniques developed through hunting coyotes, bobcats, and foxes all across the country. PREDATOR HUNTING includes chapters on choosing gear without spending a fortune; tactics and techniques; caring for your trophy once it's down; plus specialized techniques for hunting the largest predators on the North American continent. Other chapters cover physical conditioning and having the right mental attitude for achieving success; information on the biological aspects of the animals, which in turn increases understanding of the animal and its habits; tracking predators and what to look for; and learning to unravel many of the predators' secrets by careful observation.

To successfully hunt smart predators such as coyotes and foxes, especially in areas that receive hunting pressure, the serious hunter needs a serious, experienced guide, provided in PREDATOR HUNTING.

One reader of Predator Hunting: A Complete Guide to Hunting Coyotes, Foxes, Bobcats, Bears, and More said, “This book really focuses on coyotes. That's fine because coyotes can be perforated all year around. Other predators are also covered, but a few pages of this book and you're loading the truck for coyote.

There are definitely a lot of hunting stories. But they are good and instructive stories. "We did this and that happened" or "I saw one do this". Trying to figure out what happened seems to be how most hunts end. Even the successful ones. We tell lots of stories and answer a lot of questions. The author answers the questions he thinks we would have asked. It's either that or make all the mistakes and figure everything out ourselves.

There are the usual bits about gear, but you figure out pretty quick that all you really need is a gun, camo, call, and time in the field.”

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