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Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Published in 1988. Near fine hard back book with a near fine dust jacket. All pages clean, crisp and unmarked. Previous owner's signature to front flyleaf. Dust jacket shows slightest bumping, now nicely enclosed in an archival mylar jacket protector. Tight spine. Clean boards. 318 pp. Nice copy. Ocatvo.
Unlike another reviewer, I liked the fact that Phillips used the successes/failures of a variety of hunters to grace his pages. I've read hunting-authors who come across as 'too good to be true;' Phillips does not.
The beauty of this book, to me, was the offering of different viewpoints on the same sport. I was able to use my miniscule experience-base and select the things that seemed most reasonable.
I believe this is a book for beginners and maybe some intermediate turkey hunters. Hunting turkeys can be frustrating because of their variances in behaviors. This book offers ideas for many of the quirks and responses the turkey will offer the hunter.
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