Deer Hunting Tips

Get the Best Tips for Scouting and Bowhunting Deer from Bowhunters’ Digest


IOLA, Wis. (Dec. 8, 2016) – Bowhunters of all ages and experience levels will find plenty of useful tips inside Bowhunters’ Digest, 6th Edition. Throughout the book, well-known author, experienced guide and bowhunter Patrick Meitin shares a wealth of knowledge about hunting tactics, equipment selection, tuning and accuracy to help all bowhunters take their skills to the next level.


About the Author

Patrick Meitin began bowhunting 36 years ago and has evolved with the sport to become a highly skilled competitive archer, bowhunter and big-game guide. His total immersion in archery has given him a unique and well-rounded perspective into the development, refinement and implementation of many types of archery gear. He has written thousands of articles for many different publications, including Deer & Deer Hunting, Peterson’s Bowhunting and Outdoor Life. He is also the author of two previous books, Bowhunting Modern Elk and The Bowhunter’s Guide to Better Shooting.


White-tailed deer are the most popular big game in North America and Bowhunters’ Digest devotes several chapters to pursuing them in the varied habitats they roam. From classic farmlands to big-woods haunts, the plains and prairies, and even suburban areas that deer have adapted to – this book covers them all. Meitin also offers plenty of solid advice for consistent public-land bowhunting success, as well as strategies for scouting, hunting rubs and scrapes, and using rattling and calling to the best advantage.

Just as important as hunting skills, archery accuracy is paramount to bowhunting success and enjoyment. Meitin provides comprehensive advice on how to become a better archer by learning how to choose the right equipment, and set up your bow, arrows, crossbow, bolts and more. His expert guidance shows what it takes to improve accuracy through proper shooting form, fundamental aiming techniques, and ultimately how to prepare for high-pressure bowhunting situations.




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