Take you deep inside the secretive lifestyle of blacktail deer, revealing info that will help make you a more successful hunter. Color insert; 6x9 inches, 192 pgs.
When it comes to Western big-game hunting, blacktail deer are in a class by themselves. Never before has there been such a book written on the behavior of blacktail deer and how to hunt them. This comprehensive work will take you deep inside the secretive lifestyle of blacktail deer, revealing information that will help make you a more successful hunter.
From year-round deer behavior to advanced hunting tactics, the author shares facts and experiences that have worked for he and his family for several generations. Scott Haugen has been fortunate to hunt many corners of the globe, for some of the world's most prestigious big game, and rates trophy Columbia blacktail among the most challenging to consistently attain - this book tells why!
WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING:
"The blacktail is the least known of our North American deer-and in my opinion the most beautiful! Nobody knows blacktails better than Scott Haugen, and this book fills a serious gap in our knowledge of the northwestern deer." - Craig Boddington
"In my opinion, Columbia blacktail deer are the most challenging of all the North American deer species to hunt...which conversely means that successful blacktail hunters may well be the best deer hunters in North America! Arguable or not, it takes vast amounts of hunting skill, hunting knowledge and dedication to be a successful blacktail hunter and Scott Haugen once again shows in his new book why he is at the top of the blacktail hunting game." - Jim Schockey
"When it comes to blacktail hunting, Scott Haugen is the real deal. His scientific approach to blacktail behavior has produced dozens of top-end bucks with bow and firearms. By sharing these secrets with you, you'll become a more educated, and therefore, more successful blacktail hunter wherever and whenever you hunt and therefore, more successful blacktail hunter wherever and whenever you hunt the " Pacific Ghost." - Bob Robb