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  • Big Buck Secretsby Steve Bartylla

    F+W Media 2014; Not Available

    Steve Bartylla has never relied on outfitter to put him on trophy bucks. Instead, he relies on his own scouting and hunting skills. Big Buck Secrets draws from Bartylla's years of successful do-it-yourself hunting for trophy whitetails on both public and private land. This book is grounded in that experience to help you take your deer hunting to... more...

  • Cannibals and Big Gameby Channing Beebe

    Safari Press 2001; US$ 14.99

    As World War I rages around the globe, Chan Beebe and his young bride, Elizabeth, take a steamer to Angola and trek the ancient slave trails there in search of coveted petroleum to fuel the Allies' war machine. They find a brutal continent, where death, cannibalism, and deadly fevers are commonplace. Like the hypnotic beat of a tribal drum, Beebe... more...

  • A Bullet Well Placedby Johnny Chilton

    Safari Press 2005; US$ 14.99

    This is the story of one man's hunting adventures around the world. more...

  • Safariby Walt Prothero

    Safari Press 2000; US$ 14.99

    It shows safaris are not without danger, and you better have your life insurance paid up before you leave, because accidents will happen! more...

  • When Ducks Were Plentyby Ed Muderlak

    Safari Press 2000; US$ 14.99

    The most exciting stories from the golden age of waterfowling?begining with Frank Forester's tale of shooting rail on the Delaware River in the 1840x to William Hazelton's description of bagging mallards in flooded timber along the Illinois River in the 1920s. more...

  • Elephants, Ivory, and Huntersby Tony Sanchez-Arino

    Safari Press 2001; US$ 14.99

    The most thorough book ever written on the Aftican elephant from a hunter's point of view. Illustrated with some of the most amazing historical photos of giant tusked bull elephants ever seen as well as a four-tusked elephant. more...

  • Frederick Selousby Frederick Selous

    Safari Press 2000; US$ 14.99

    A must-purchase for all lovers of Selous! This second book on Selous, edited by Africana expert Dr. James Casada, completes the work on the lost writings by Selous begun in Africa's Greatest Hunter. Read Selous?s incomparable descriptions of African game, from antelope to elephant, and his descriptions of hunting caribou in Newfoundland. In the second... more...

  • Tales of a Bear Hunterby Dalton Carr

    Safari Press 2000; US$ 14.99

    As a professional bear hunter for 41 years, Carr has written a real page-turner. more...

  • Hunting the Land of the Midnight Sunby APHA

    Safari Press 2002; US$ 14.99

    This unique book contains 37 stories from dozen of members of the famous Alaska Professional Hunters Association. more...

  • Gone Are the Daysby Peter Byrne

    Safari Press 2001; US$ 14.99

    After WW II Peter Byrne decided to find a job that would take him to exotic lands. Using his family's connections, he was hired as a manager on an Indian tea plantation in the Himalayan foothills--a posh job that came with 17 servants and a mansion. On arrival, he was plunged into Indian jungle hunting when the local villagers turned to him with... more...