Better Judgment

Schuh, Dwight
November 2002
Bowhunter;Nov2002 Special Issue, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p90
Views on the judgement of a person about the significance of treestand in deer hunting. Patience in looking for the deer; Efforts in conducting the treestand; Styles and manner in hunting.


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