Stackpole introduces Spies in the Deer Woods, the first book on scouting cameras
One of the fastest growing product categories in the hunting market over the last few years is scouting cameras. Deer hunters have discovered that it is both informative and entertaining to see what's out there.
As with hunting itself, there are methods and tactics that will help you to be successful with your scouting cameras. In Spies in the Deer Woods, authors Dick Scorzafava and Walt Larsen detail these methods and tactics. The book has over 100 full color scouting camera images that are used to illustrate the authors' points. The meat of the book details how to get the best photos of the most big bucks. It covers where, when and how. You'll also learn all about scouting cameras themselves and how to use them as a management tool. There is also an interesting chapter on wild and crazy ways to use your scouting camera as well as a chapter on the future of scouting cameras technology.
Dick Scorzafava is a popular outdoor writer/seminar speaker from Massachusetts. Scorzafava is well known for his prowess as both a deer and bear hunter and offers keen insight into using scouting cameras for both.
Co-author Walt Larsen writes a popular column on scouting cameras. His chapter on taking award winning photos with your scouting camera is based on years of experience. He has orchestrated, at one time or another, four different scouting camera photo contests.
Spies in the Deer Woods is a soft cover book and is available at most national book store chains for $21.95. Or, you can get a copy, autographed by the authors, by visiting http://www.spiesinthedeerwoods.com.
Maria Lindquist, Stackpole Books (717) 796-0411 ext. 170 or at email@example.com
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