Bear Tales And Deer Trails

Author: Mike McConnell
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1469718812
Size: 66.73 MB
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You will find information about guns, hunting techniques and lore about the animals themselves. The stories are true and drawn from the authors personal experiences. This is the Tongass when wild was still part of wilderness!

Bear Tales And Trapline Trails

Author: Robert Gilman
ISBN: 9780985180133
Size: 67.39 MB
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Hunting adventures and survival events are a significant part of this book that will educate and entertain the reader.

Legend Keeper

Author: Bud Cheff, Jr.
ISBN: 9781931291996
Size: 55.34 MB
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The enrichment of any place's historical record is always cherished, but this book accomplishes the best of the best in bringing to light many of the incredible, little-known-until-now, forgotten or overlooked stories of the people and ...

True Bear Tales

Author: David E. Young
ISBN: 9780962366444
Size: 15.83 MB
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True Stories from Michigan's Upper Peninsula David E. Young. grating out of the
trap to get at me. But I could not lift the trap ... The bears have even developed a
more heavily used trail straight back behind the dumpster where they enter and
leave the woods. After the bear has been active, this trail stands out markedly ...
One of the latter, called Whitetail Cabin, is located on a winter cross country ski
trail called the Deer Yard Trail. This is because the trail runs through a winter
yarding ...

Deer Trails And Camp Tales

Author: Lawrence Merrill
Size: 23.80 MB
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The forest regions seem to go on forever and deer plus other wild game were
abundant. l can never remember a time when coming home late at night that we
didn't see a deer along the side of the road. Caution ... Believe me, you have
never seen wilderness until you've been to Dad's camp. l do believe l spent that
hour getting into camp on the floor of the car as l was sure that a hugh grizzly
bear would surely jump out at us any minute and proceed to devour our car and
us! Dad was ...

Bear With Me My Deer

Author: David M. Kocka
ISBN: 9781635752045
Size: 66.17 MB
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Set in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, these true stories enable the reader to enjoy each wildlife encounter and hopefully allow them to connect with the outdoors like never before.

Alaska Bear Tales

Author: Larry Kaniut
Publisher: Larry Kaniut
ISBN: 9780882402321
Size: 25.95 MB
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(ALASKA SPORTSMAN®, July 1961) Double Double Bears Are Trouble On
some occasions it appears that man sees double. "Charles Martin Cloud of ... He
was walking down the trail somewhere along the Chena when he suddenly came
upon a black bear. The two eyed each other ... "John Wall, Ketchikan old-timer
who has spent many seasons as a stream watchman, practices a good-neighbor
policy though his summer neighbors are mostly bears and deer. On two
occasions last ...

Bear Tales For The Ages

Author: Larry Kaniut
Publisher: Larry Kaniut
ISBN: 9780970953704
Size: 22.78 MB
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Collector of bear lore for nearly half a century, author Larry Kaniut has chosen these tales and legends for their focus on the wisdom of bears and the strength of the human spirit in encounters with them.

More Alaska Bear Tales

Author: Larry Kaniut
Publisher: Larry Kaniut
ISBN: 9780942381030
Size: 61.46 MB
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In a sequel to "Alaska's Bear Tales," Larry Kaniut offers more true stories of encounters between bears and humans that are action-packed and compelling.

Rails Trails And Other Tales

Author: Meynardie Blanchard
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781477133149
Size: 43.74 MB
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the upper South Fork drainage country, which is also a fisherrnan's delight. What
was the menu for the hunters that came? Well, that depended on their tags, but
the game that could be taken was Mountain goat, Elk, Mule' and White Tail deer,
Black Bear, cougar and coyote, and that was the first year for wolf hunts. There
were plenty of grizzly bears around but they were off limits. You may wonder: why
wolves? Well it's because their numbers were making in-roads on the elk
population ...