• How to Hunt Deer up Close

  • With Bows, Riflles, Muzzleloaders and Crossbows
  • By: John E. Phillips
  • Narrated by: John Davenport
  • Length: 4 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 12-16-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Night Hawk Publications
  • 3.3 (6 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

To be more successful as a deer hunter, learn all you can about the animal, the wind, the temperature and the techniques required to get in close. In this book, you'll hear about some of the best hunters in the nation who know how to hunt deer close, including one of the greatest archers who ever lived, Howard Hill. John E. Phillips shares his own deer stories and hunting tips from 50 years of experience.
©2013 John E. Phillips (P)2016 John E. Phillips
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By StevePA on 10-03-17

it's hard to listen to John Davenport

the narrator, John Davenport, is hard to listen to at times. sometimes he sounds like a robot. other times he has very strange pronunciations, and the flow of is reading sometimes it's very odd

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By Sandee on 08-20-17

Choppy read, choppy content.

First, either each line of the pages was read as a complete sentence, or the editor had so few quality takes that the only option was to piece multiple fragments together regardless of fluidity. It was an annoying listen.
Second, this book seemed more of an advertisement for Dr. Bob Shepperd's "Whitetails" than an original work about hunting deer up close. At one point, an interviewer had Dr. Bob say the name of his book three times in quick succession much like in a late night infomercial.
Third, while it was an interesting story, the final chapter about taking an elephant with a bow was not useful to me and my whitetail bow hunting endeavors.

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