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[Tom Airhart] ä The Ultimate Guide to Waterfowl Hunting: Tips, Tactics, and Techniques for Ducks and Geese [legal-thriller PDF] Ebook Epub Download ¾ As a criticism and a compliment, it felt like my buddies wrote it and gave it to me It felt a bit repetitive in a few parts, Next this author will tell you about These are hunted over decoys Author name has a great story about that but we will get to it later If we were sitting around the fire I would love to listen to these guys spill their guts all night It reminded me of reading my friends essays in high school Tell them what you are going to tell them, tell them what you are telling them, tell them what you just told them Kind of felt like the theme through out Don t get me wrong, I am not writer or critic so it is only my opinion.
My absolute favorite part, and exactly what I was looking for, is that each species life histories included identification by the way they fly, how they land and take off, their calls, migration timing, as well as in hand and so forth I do wish they could have given advice for us western hunters but hey, gotta write what you know I can take these techniques and use them as much as I can here in AZ still Also, the bird s eye view of spreads and blinds was a great addition, gave me a new point of view.
In all, the book is worth it for the newest guys The info is legit and I would and have recommend this book to any new duck chasers.
To me, this book is unique in its coverage of waterfowl hunting It is organized so I can go directly to the topic I am interested in reading about Whether it is duck identification or shooting techniques, the book seems to have all aspects of the hunt The color photos are high quality Much of the information gave me facts that I had never considered I would recommend this book to any hunter Customer I bought this book for my husband since he hasn t been duck hunting in many years Great book for new duck hunters or those needing to refresh their skills and see what s current Nice hard cover with great color photos The type is easy to read, and the book is well organized.
Great book for those just starting out and those hunting experts Packed with great information and tactics I hunting in northern Illinois and use alot of ideas from the book One of the best waterfowl books out there Also my kids can t put it down it s packed with great pictures as well Highly recommended As a criticism and a compliment, it felt like my buddies wrote it and gave it to me It felt a bit repetitive in a few parts, Next this author will tell you about These are hunted over decoys Author name has a great story about that but we will get to it later If we were sitting around the fire I would love to listen to these guys spill their guts all night It reminded me of reading my friends essays in high school Tell them what you are going to tell them, tell them what you are telling them, tell them what you just told them Kind of felt like the theme through out Don t get me wrong, I am not writer or critic so it is only my opinion.
My absolute favorite part, and exactly what I was looking for, is that each species life histories included identification by the way they fly, how they land and take off, their calls, migration timing, as well as in hand and so forth I do wish they could have given advice for us western hunters but hey, gotta write what you know I can take these techniques and use them as much as I can here in AZ still Also, the bird s eye view of spreads and blinds was a great addition, gave me a new point of view.
In all, the book is worth it for the newest guys The info is legit and I would and have recommend this book to any new duck chasers.
To me, this book is unique in its coverage of waterfowl hunting It is organized so I can go directly to the topic I am interested in reading about Whether it is duck identification or shooting techniques, the book seems to have all aspects of the hunt The color photos are high quality Much of the information gave me facts that I had never considered I would recommend this book to any hunter Customer I bought this book for my husband since he hasn t been duck hunting in many years Great book for new duck hunters or those needing to refresh their skills and see what s current Nice hard cover with great color photos The type is easy to read, and the book is well organized.
Great book for those just starting out and those hunting experts Packed with great information and tactics I hunting in northern Illinois and use alot of ideas from the book One of the best waterfowl books out there Also my kids can t put it down it s packed with great pictures as well Highly recommended Excellent book I am a rookie and could not be introduced to waterfowl hunting without this book It is very descriptive, full of tips, and really nice pictures an excellent resource and investment into the game of duck hunting I couldn t go out without the knowledge I have learned from this.
Poor quality Photos are bad and badly pixelated in some cases No diagrams or illustrations when they would have been useful except on page 232 where they took a photo of a hand drawn map of migration routes made with colored pencilreally This book screams amateur author Run on sentences that don t actually say anything Repetitive descriptions of birds Definitely got paid by page count Just bad Don t recommend.
Waterfowling is one of the challenging forms of hunting Requiring an intimate knowledge of the quarry in specialized gearfrom shotguns and ammo to decoys, calls, blinds, and boatsand taking place in a variety of terrainsfrom the fields of Manitoba to the flooded timber of Arkansas, its the type of sport that gets in your blood and stays there In The Ultimate Guide to Waterfowl Hunting, all aspects of this sport are covered by three authors who have intimate knowledge of how to hunt ducks and geese successfully Chapters within this book cover dozens of topics, with special attention devoted to Identifying the many and various species of waterfowlMethods for decoying and calling in a variety of situationsAdvice on how to choose the best gear for the situation at handTheories and practices of retriever training and handlingTips on hunting in different types of weather, from rain and snow to bluebird skiesHow to choose the correct guns and loadingPlus tips on blind placement in water or on landWith than a hundred photographs expertly illuminating the realities of waterfowl hunting, The Ultimate Guide to Waterfowl Hunting is sure to help hunters of all skill levels bag their biggest catches yet.
Still have a lot to learn, but this gets my feet wet informational and quality binding cover This book gets one star only because there is no way to give negative stars I own a great many hunting books on various subjects and this one is the worst by far This book reminds me of the way we all used to write those 500 word essays in high school, by saying a lot about nothing This book has no solid tips or techniques It is full of pictures but most don t really teach or serve much of a purpose except to fill space and add to the page count There are several pictures of decoy set ups that cover are large area of a lake but the pictures are so small you can cover them with your thumb so it s almost impossible to make out the blind or decoy spread patterns The book misses the mark in most areas, even something as simple as gear as well as most of areas of waterfowl hunting you would like to know about and expect in any kind of book on the subject What it does cover in most areas is all fluff Here is an example, In the gear section the small paragraph about waders only talks about getting in water over the top of the waders will cause you to drown, a given, and nothing about the various types of waders etc Another example would be the section on duck and goose calling that says the authors don t know enough to talk about calling, but you should buy a DVD or CD on your own to learn how to call This book is the ultimate guide to waterfowling and the authors don t know enough about calling and calls to say than that It spends the first third of the book on duck identification and even that is done poorly If you have never hunted or picked up a gun in your life you may pick up a very little bit of very basic knowledge but even that has been done in far detail and far better in any number of other sources I seldom totally regret a purchase, this is one instance where I do I d like to look into returning the book for a refund except return shipping would cost as much as the book It contains absolutely nothing of value about waterfowl hunting and I am fairly new to waterfowl and I still took nothing away from this book.


Poor quality Photos are bad and badly pixelated in some cases No diagrams or illustrations when they would have been useful except on page 232 where they took a photo of a hand drawn map of migration routes made with colored pencilreally This book screams amateur author Run on sentences that don t actually say anything Repetitive descriptions of birds Definitely got paid by page count Just bad Don t recommend.
Excellent book I am a rookie and could not be introduced to waterfowl hunting without this book It is very descriptive, full of tips, and really nice pictures an excellent resource and investment into the game of duck hunting I couldn t go out without the knowledge I have learned from this.
Still have a lot to learn, but this gets my feet wet informational and quality binding cover This book gets one star only because there is no way to give negative stars I own a great many hunting books on various subjects and this one is the worst by far This book reminds me of the way we all used to write those 500 word essays in high school, by saying a lot about nothing This book has no solid tips or techniques It is full of pictures but most don t really teach or serve much of a purpose except to fill space and add to the page count There are several pictures of decoy set ups that cover are large area of a lake but the pictures are so small you can cover them with your thumb so it s almost impossible to make out the blind or decoy spread patterns The book misses the mark in most areas, even something as simple as gear as well as most of areas of waterfowl hunting you would like to know about and expect in any kind of book on the subject What it does cover in most areas is all fluff Here is an example, In the gear section the small paragraph about waders only talks about getting in water over the top of the waders will cause you to drown, a given, and nothing about the various types of waders etc Another example would be the section on duck and goose calling that says the authors don t know enough to talk about calling, but you should buy a DVD or CD on your own to learn how to call This book is the ultimate guide to waterfowling and the authors don t know enough about calling and calls to say than that It spends the first third of the book on duck identification and even that is done poorly If you have never hunted or picked up a gun in your life you may pick up a very little bit of very basic knowledge but even that has been done in far detail and far better in any number of other sources I seldom totally regret a purchase, this is one instance where I do I d like to look into returning the book for a refund except return shipping would cost as much as the book It contains absolutely nothing of value about waterfowl hunting and I am fairly new to waterfowl and I still took nothing away from this book.