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In clear and lucid text, expert Mike Lapinski takes up elk hunting where other writers leave off -- the secrets of calling elk in close. Any hunter who's worked elk knows the real test of calling elk in comes in the last 60-70 yards and Mike Lapinski has developed a solid strategy for accomplishing just that.
As both a writer and recognized expert bowhunter, Lapinski has taken a number of bull elk over the past several years using his "radical elk hunting stragegies." His system works in both text and photograph, and this new book shows you how you can make it work too! With chapters on the rut, radical hunting techniques, working the immature bull, the herd bull, and others. Lapinski helps both the rifle and bowhunter who go after elk in the early season.
About the Author:
Mike Lapinski is the author of eleven outdoor and nature books and hundreds of magazine articles. His photographs have appeared as inside and cover art in a variety of magazines and books. Mike is considered an expert on the use of bear pepper spray and often speaks on this subject, bears, and self-defense for nature lovers. He lives with his wife Aggie most of the year in Superior, Montana, close to grizzlies and grizzly country. While the bears are hibernating, Mike and Aggie live in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, where Mike writes about jaguars, ocelots, and other wilderness animals of the Southwest.
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