Finding Wounded Deer
Although all hunters strive to make clean kills, sometimes that doesn't happen. And when a deer has been hit and runs off, it's every hunter's obligation to do his best to find it. In this book, author John Trout gives hunters all the information and tools they will need to track down a wounded deer in any situation. Here you will find research and information on recognizing deer trails, identifying various types of wounds, reading sign in snow, mud, and hard ground, and understanding the behavior of wounded deer. With photographs, informational charts, and diagrams, hunters can learn about the intricacies of deer anatomy and wounds so they can become accomplished trackers. Accounts of real tracking events and a handy reference guide ensure that Finding Wounded Deer is a useful tool for all deer hunters. Chapters include:Wounded Deer RealitiesDeer Hair IdentificationBlood TrailsCardiorespiratory WoundsArterial WoundsLast-Ditch Recovery TacticsAnalyzing the ShotDeer AnatomyTracking FactorsAbdominal WoundsMuscular/Skeletal Wounds
- 2012 John Trout, Jr.
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