I was quite impressed actually.
It's rare that I can read each bullet point in a sales letter and actually find that info in the book. But this book makes that very easy.
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Here Are Some Of The Secrets You’ll Learn Inside My Informative eBook
Why hunters from southern states make a mistake when they go north in search of deer pg. 8
A complete chapter for the novice hunter with detailed but easy-to-read information about state regulations, the tagging system, limits on types of weapons, and in and outs of the differences of hunting early in the season or late. – Ch. 2
The thing almost all hunters do to try to avoid being sensed by a deer that actually repels them twice as fast. I bet you your are already making this mistake.
A review of other resources for hunting and how to make your continuing education in hunting a constant and fun endeavor – pg. 12-14
Why a guided hunt can ramp up your skills, how to pick a guided hunt, and other resources to tap into to get the secrets of incredibly experienced hunters - pg 14-15
7 things you need to know about whitetail anatomy and why it is important for all further undertanding about shot placement– pgs. 18-23
What whitetail deer do most of the day in a secluded spot– pg. 18
The 4 essential secrets about arrow and bullet placement and why understanding these secrets is like getting a Ph.D. in deer anatomy – pg. 19
The absolute low down on what you need to know about deer senses so that you can understand why that regal buck is so hard to find and how to start looking at your environment with a new appreciation for deer and the natural world (If you only read one thing in this book, make sure it’s this) – pg. 21-22
The 6 things inexperienced hunters do that instantly tell a deer they are being hunted (Here’s what to do instead) –
I read all the books and tried everything. It wasn't until I did THIS ONE THING that it all started to happen for me. I'll share the single most powerful thing you can do to become more successful at hunting, and why almost no hunters do it.
How to find and meet the hunters who are the true masters and get them to share their closely guarded secrets with you
How to pinpoint and strengthen your senses so that you can start to become a hunter who is constantly taking in subtle clues and making progress – pg. 32
5 things you can do before you leave the house that can make the difference between success and failure – pg. 45
The deadly mistakes too many hunters make about deer and color vision, this section is another myth busting section and may save your life.
What you wanted to know about antlers but were afraid to ask, you'll start to be known as an authority or maybe just a trivia master by the end of this section, packed with myth busting information – pg. 22-24
What you need to know about deer bedding areas and why thermal currents are important– pgs. 37-40
Why you don't need a salt block and how to avoid using baiting – pg. 31
How to take advantage of weather reports and changing weather patterns to find deer – pg. 32
The 4 laws of rutting behavior and how to use the knowledge you gained on early season scouting to lead to incredible success– pg. 32
The low down on recommended crops and what to do with corn stalks in winter to lead deer right to you. pg 31
The right clothing is essential, I will explain why with complete suggestions and I am not talking about camouflage patterns! – pg.34
Why you need to try on your hunting boots in late afternoon, believe it or not it could mean the difference between success and failure– pgs.36
The absolute best way avoid spending a fortune on binoculars and how to ensure you get top notch quality, this tip will make up for this book and then some! – pg. 38
An 11 item checkist for your day pack, believe me you won't want to be without these 11 things when you really need them – pg. 39-40
15 secrets about firearms and 11 pages of detailed easily readable information about shotguns, rifles, suitable cartridges, high quality optics, firearms training and safety and how to practice efficiently, hunters all too often practice in a setting that will provide absolutely NO training for what will be necessary in the field, are you making this mistake?
I have devoted a full chapter to hunting from a deer stand because hunters all too often don't know state regulations, the latest trends in use for both firearm and bow, how to assess wind currents and how they may change, weapon consideration (you would be amazed at the stupid things that hunters do, don't be one of them), and know how to use your knowledge of anatomy to make the right choices when choosing location.
The 4 things you absolutely MUST do before leaving your house to avoid being sensed by deer (Most hunters miss this entirely)
Why you should never use artificial antlers for rattling and how to obtain antlers and the secret about the ratio of does to bucks that make his successful– pg. 53
The 7 secrets of rattling and how moisture, location, and the weather can make all the difference – pg. 63
Do you know the 5 basic deer sound categories, you will now, plus the low down on digital deer calls, how and when to use the different categories, and the mistake most hunters make when use the aggressive grunt– pgs. 64-67
Too many reasons to count why early scouting of an area will put you way ahead of the overwhelming majority of hunters and what you need to be looking for when you are scouting an area.
23, yes 23 secrets on stalking, glassing, using a canoe, and scrape hunting, despite all the advantages in hunting technology, the oldest and most traditional hunting methods remain effective and are often the most exhilarating- pg. 69-75
4 secrets about hunting in warm weather and essential information you need to know about ticks. pgs. 87-88
An explanation of the unique challenges of windy days and how to overcome them as well as the challenges brought on by an approaching cold front, extended rain, first snows, and how all these weather patterns affect deer behavior pg. 78-82
Once you land your prize buck a step by step guide to field dressing with special attention to avoiding most of the mistakes that hunters make. pg. 64
A special section on putting all the knowledge you have gained together so that you are ready to go out into the field!
As you can see, the page numbers are even listed!
This book is highly recommended to anyone who is a Deer Hunter or anyone interested in Deer Hunting.