The Turkey Hunter’s Bible 2nd Edition by John E Phillips

Authored by John E. Phillips
Edition: 2

The Turkey Hunter's Bible 2nd Edition by John E Phillips
The Turkey Hunter’s Bible 2nd Edition by John E Phillips

Vestavia AL --(Ammoland.com)- After more than 45 years of turkey-hunting experience with some of the best callers and hunters in the nation, author John E. Phillips has developed “The “Turkey Hunter’s Bible” to be a complete reference on how to find, call, take, clean and prepare the wild turkey for the table.

The author has taken several birds of each subspecies of wild turkey in the continental United States and Mexico. But more importantly, he’s hunted with some of the greatest turkey hunters who ever have lived.

In “The Turkey Hunter’s Bible,” you’ll get:

  • the most up-to-date, complete guide to one of America’s fastest-growing hunting sports; complete coverage of every aspect of the sport – hunting gear, techniques, turkey species, shooting, bowhunting and much more; and plenty of turkey pictures, hunting pictures and line drawings.

Using these hunting tips, you also can photograph turkeys in the wild – either with a still camera or a video camera. The mating ritual of the wild turkey gobbler is a beautiful thing to see. When a mature tom spreads his tail, calls all of his feathers to attention, so they stand and make the bird look almost twice as big as he is, he’s showing-off for the hens.

Whether you want to photograph wild turkeys or take wild turkeys, this book will provide you with the information you need to meet the toms on their own turf. However, the author issues this caution;

“Turkey hunting is very addictive. The call of the wild turkey gobbler is as alluring as the call of the Sirens of ancient Greece. And, I’ve found that when the dogwoods bloom, and Jack Frost is chased-away by Mother Earth, resisting the temptation to go to the woods and call a gobbler is almost impossible.”

Be sure and check out the bonus videos in the last chapter, where the author has interviews on how to solve turkey-hunting problems with some of the greatest names in the sport, including: Will Primos, Preston Pittman, Harold Knight, Chris Parrish and Eddie Salter. To make sure your next turkey hunt is a success, this turkey ebook is a must-have.

Purchase The Turkey Hunter’s Bible 2nd Edition by John E Phillips online at https://www.createspace.com/4633032

John E Phillips
John E Phillips

About the author:
For the past 40 years, John E. Phillips of Vestavia, Alabama, has been a fulltime outdoor writer, traveling the world interviewing hunters, guides, outfitters and other outdoorsmen about how they hunt and fish. An award-winning author, John has been hunting and fishing since his kindergarten days with his dad and brother and has had the good fortune to fish and hunt with experts. He’s also travelled across the U.S. as a newspaper writer, magazine writer, outdoor photographer and radio host, and for the last 13 years, as a provider of outdoors internet content for numerous companies daily. He was the 2007 Legendary Communicator chosen for induction into the National Fresh Water Hall of Fame, the Crossbow Communicator of the Year in 2008, and in 2012, he was presented the Homer Circle Fishing Communicator Award by the American Sportfishing Association and the Professional Outdoor Media Association.

To learn more the author and his outdoor experiences, go to

http://nighthawkpublications.com/Bio%20Page/john.htm.

The author of almost 30 books on the outdoors, many on Amazon, Phillips is a founding member of the Professional Outdoor Media Association (POMA) and an active member of the Southeastern Outdoors Press Association (SEOPA). Phillips also is the owner of Night Hawk Publications, a marketing and publishing firm, and president of Creative Concepts, an outdoor consulting group. Visit him Online at www.nighthawkpublications.com

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