Richard P. Smith
Great Michigan Deer Tales-Book 3
Regular price $12.95
The third in a series of books including true stories about the biggest bucks in terms of antler size and weight, bagged by hunters in Michigan. The digital version has mostly color photos as opposed to black and white photos in the printed book. Each book in the series has a different collection of short stores that can be read in any order.
Two chapters in this book are devoted to unraveling the mystery behind a monster 12-pointer scoring more than the current world record typical whitetail that Mitch Rompola shot with bow and arrow during 1998. The book also includes chapters about a hunt on which a father and son bagged a huge buck when they were after a doe, a 14-year-old boy who bagged a Boone & Crockett qualifier as his first deer, brothers who successfully stalked a Booner with bow and arrow, a bowhunter who bagged a Booner on his first day of bowhunting and a remarkable story about a buck that was 8 years old.
Smith Publications, 2001
Paperback, 128 pages, 6 x 9.2 inches