Mapping Trophy Bucks

It’s inevitable: with Labor Day comes the unofficial end of summer. Kids are back in the classroom and hunters are preparing for bow hunting season, which depending on where you live, may have already started or will start in a few weeks.

Having solid, dependable gear is an essential ingredient for a successful hunt. Knowing you can rely on the strength of your tree stand and the accuracy of your bow or rifle, builds confident anticipation and makes planning the hunt more enjoyable.

So your gear is ready and bags are packed. But have you utilized all the available resources to plot your deer stand? How much time have you spent researching the land where you’ll be hunting? Do you know the topography? Chances are you know the basic lay of the land, but there’s more to learn.

Mapping Trophy Bucks by Brad Herndon is an indispensable guide for hunters that explains how to use topographic maps to find the routes that deer travel. Save time and find the most productive spot to ambush that trophy buck. Learn how to use the Internet and computer technology to personalize any map. With a little research you can find the places where terrain works to your advantage and use it to bring the deer to you.

Order Mapping Trophy Bucks today and start hunting smarter. Click here and you’ll save $5 off the cover price. This offer is good through Sept. 30, 2008 and is not valid with any other offers. Please use offer code DDHART58 when ordering.


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