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BAREBOW! AN ARCHER'S FAIR-CHASE TAKING OF NORTH AMERICA'S BIG-GAME 29 BAREBOW! presents the sort of campfire tales hunters never tire of hearing or ever forget. Each is a demonstration of the power of perseverance, sacrifice, & sometimes bad luck or blind luck! How did Dennis Dunn ambush a world-record Grizzly Bear at 8 yards? Stay warm on a dogsled while hunting Polar Bear in Canadas far north? Miss a massive 8x7 Roosevelt's Elk from only 16 yards? How does he measure his accomplishments? Or cope with the disappointments of his unsuccessful hunts? Readers will be riveted in the moment, as Dunn recounts 104 tales of his bowhunting adventures & misadventures. BAREBOW! is a personal account of Dunns 40-year odyssey to harvest all 29 huntable species of big game in North America ranging from Whitetail Deer to Tule Elk to Grizzly Bear. In hushed tones of awe, patience & appreciation, Dunn takes his readers into the wild & woolly wilderness areas of North America. Remarkably, Dunns odyssey began as an unmentored boys interest in archery. His dream of joining North Americas elite bowhunting fraternity of those who have taken North Americas Super Slam would come much later. In BAREBOW! outdoor writer Dennis Dunn teams up with two renowned wildlife artists, Hayden & Dallen Lambson, to produce an eye-catching & stirring account of North American wildlife their habits & habitats, & the enduring connection made by one man in tracking, hunting & harvesting the North American Super Slam with a bow & arrow. Breathtaking in its illustrations & spellbinding in its storytelling, BAREBOW! is the must-have addition to every hunters den, great room, or bedside table.WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING:"A bow, a string, an arrow --- no trigger, no peep-sights, no pins --- just fingers, guts & instinct. That's hunting BAREBOW!" -- Dennis Dunn ISBN: 1-933245-13-1 publish date: 06/29/2009
Binding Type: Hardcover
ISBN: 1-933245-13-1
Author: Dennis Dunn

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